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A programmer can certainly include a disclaimer of liability in the terms of service, terms of use, or license document. May apps and software packages include such disclaimers. The words "sold as … provision that any liability under such an imposed warrentee is limited to the purchase price of the software. This may or may not be fully effective. Still you may want to require users to accept your terms …
answered Dec 4 '18 by David Siegel
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If an employee takes home information that his or her employer considers confidential, that would be a matter of company policy. The employer could discipline or fire the employee if it learned of the …
answered Sep 24 by David Siegel
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The article linked in the question seems to be dealing entirely with professional codes of ethics. That is, codes for doctors, lawyers, engineers, and similar professions. In those cases the court may …
answered Aug 23 by David Siegel
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Police and prosecutors generally have wide latitude on which accusations to investigate and which offenses to prosecute. Situations where the evidence is weak may not be pursued. The same is true of s …
answered Nov 25 '18 by David Siegel
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In some cases, a divorced spouse may have beneficiary rights to pension or retirement accounts, particularly ones accumulated during the marriage. There may even be court orders confirming such rights …
answered Nov 10 '18 by David Siegel
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First of all I am goingn to assume a US-basis, becauae the question seems to describe a US-based understanding. If this nis not a US jurisdiction, then this may not apply, or not fully. Secondly, the …
answered Dec 26 '18 by David Siegel
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In general, a contract will state who the parties to the contract are, often near the top of the contract. If the contract says that the parties are "John Jones" (the instructor) and "Great Bend Yoga …
answered Oct 2 by David Siegel
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If Client was foolish enough to pay Bad Contractor (BC) without obtaining a proper assignment of copyright in the source, or at least a sufficient license to allow Client to use the code and create mo …
answered Aug 13 by David Siegel
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. If for some unforeseen reason I cannot make rent if or if not she is still on the lease, am I bound to normal liability for past rent and eviction fees? Shouldnt be a concern but things are not …
answered Mar 2 by David Siegel