Some articles on reasonable, exercised, exercised reasonable care:
... said that the only test of unfairness was whether a reasonable bystander would think that the conduct in question was unfair ... in the context of company management, I do not think that it helps a great deal to add the reasonable company watcher to the already substantial cast of imaginary characters which the law uses to personify ... the shareholders have entrusted to the board are fiduciary powers, which must be exercised for the benefit of the company as a whole ...
... or to another's personality in a severe way, the injured person may claim a reasonable compensation in money even if such injury is not a purely ... or if the injury would have been occasioned notwithstanding the exercise of reasonable supervision ... employer is not liable for the injury if he has exercised reasonable care in the selection of the employee, and in the supervision of the performance of ...
Famous quotes containing the words care and/or reasonable:
“I care not for you,
And am so near the lack of charity
To accuse myself I hate you; which I had rather
You felt than maket my boast.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Call them rules or call them limits, good ones, I believe, have this in common: They serve reasonable purposes; they are practical and within a childs capability; they are consistent; and they are an expression of loving concern.”
—Fred Rogers (20th century)