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“They also warned that the deal allows secured creditors to dictate what happens to the company, based in Schaumburg, Ill. "Punitive" trip wires built into the financing will "shackle" their efforts to get concessions from Motor Coach, according to lawyers for the official committee of unsecured creditors.”
“[Siderant: "Punitive" is a really popular, overused word now to describe anything that in any way seems mean to the speaker.”
“Punitive damages in most jurisdictions involve some threat to the public," the judge said.”
“Punitive damages aren't available under Washington law.”
“If they want to do something worthwhile, end the ridiculous punitve tort lawsuits, that hamstring the medical profession and drive up costs Punitive awards should be totally eliminated.”
“After the Punitive Expedition ended and the Army camp closed, Columbus began a long decline.”
“The Punitive Expedition became a sort of dress rehearsal for U.S. operations in World War I.”
“One afternoon this month, Paul Fraley came by the park office to donate an Army service medal belonging to his late father, who was in Gen. John Pershing's "Punitive Expedition" that chased Villa after the Columbus raid.”
“Punitive damages should only be awarded in cases of gross negligence or repeat offenses.”
“Punitive damages should not go to the plaintive of their attorneys, punitive damages should go to the government to be used to offset the cost of medical litigation.”
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