However, a plant closing or a mass layoff occurring in the context of a sale, will trigger WARN
He continued: "I warn
you that you must not expect work - when many cannot spend, more will not be able to earn.
Traditionally, tort law protected alcoholic beverage manufacturers from the duty to warn
under the "good whiskey" argument which stated that "Good whiskey is not unreasonably dangerous merely because it will make some people drunk .
Upjohn's argument misses the point because it fails to distinguish between two separate issues: (1) whether the manufacturer knew or could have known of a risk; and (2) whether the manufacturer decided not to warn
of a known risk.
Getting students to trust teachers and administrators with information about someone bringing a weapon or planning violence on campus is the central and controversial element of WARN
, said Jay Shaffer, the history and government teacher who created the program in the weeks following Ensley's killing.
The city attorney also is asking the court to force tobacco companies to fund a statewide advertising campaign to warn
the public about tobacco products.
The anti-piracy seal warns
that the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted work is illegal and punishable by up to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines.
In California, workers' comp has a combined ratio of 140 so far this year and may reach as high as 160 by year end, Warns
Two young women who had overheard a discussion about the chips' side effects - every bag warns
consumers that the products ``may cause abdominal cramping and loose stools'' - refused to even take a bite.
Karl Anderson, Wildlife Educators executive director, also warns
his audience about the dangers and difficulties of keeping exotic animals as pets.
Photo: A sign at the Sherman Oaks Galleria warns
of unhealt hful air conditions inside the partially enclosed parking garage.