11) Relying on section 2-102(D) of the Illinois Human Rights Act, the commission found as a matter of law that the sheriff's department was strictly liable
for Yanor's sexual harassment of Feleccia because he was a supervisory employee.
manufacturer and the retailer of a defective car strictly liable
Because the standard for corporate criminal responsibility makes corporations strictly liable
for the offenses of their employees, corporations can avoid criminal liability only by preventing their employees from violating the law.
A cruise line is strictly liable
for assaults on passengers by its crew members, even when the crime occurs on shore, the Eleventh Circuit has held.
When the supervisor acts with the authority of the employer in effecting a tangible employment action, the employer is strictly liable
for the supervisor's harassing behavior.
The crucial legal issue for the court is whether the employer should be held strictly liable
or be allowed to raise a recognized defense to escape liability, such as having a reasonable sexual harassment reporting mechanism in place which the complainant unreasonably failed to use.
Because PRPs are strictly liable
under CERCLA, landlords face considerable potential expense for environmental contamination.
Nowadays, an athlete is strictly liable
if a banned substance is found.
The employer is always held strictly liable
in quid pro quo cases, even if there was no knowledge of the conduct.
Under the Restatement (Second), manufacturers of prescription drugs that serve an important societal interest will be excepted from strict liability on the basis of defective design, while manufacturers of less important drugs will remain strictly liable
for the defective design of their products.
If you could prove the van owners were responsible, under Sri Lanka law you would have a claim against the travel company as they're strictly liable
for losses caused abroad when it can be proved that they're negligent.
You may want to treat old Bowser as family in your home, but on the public street, it's a potentially dangerous device, no less than a loaded gun or a knife, and you are strictly liable
for any damage or injury it causes.