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Gross negligence is defined as the “intentional failure to perform a manifest duty inreckless disregard of the consequences as affecting the life or property of another.”Black's Law Dictionary 1033 (6th ed. 1990).
“a failure to exercise even that care which a careless person would use.”Harris, Brad, and John Jablonski. "The Pension Committee Opinion." world (2010).
Gross negligence is defined as negligence occurring when there is a wholly irresponsible disregard of a serious risk to others, of which the defendant is aware or “to which he made himself wilfully blind.Ferner, R. E. "Medication errors that have led to manslaughter charges." British Medical Journal 321.7270 (2000): 1212.
As usual, gross negligence is defined as a negligence standard below ordinary negligence, ie as a rule where liability is only confirmed for very low care levels. Feess, Eberhard. "Malpractice liability, technology choice and negative defensive medicine." The European Journal of Health Economics 13.2 (2012): 157-167.
Gross negligence is defined as “a conscious, voluntary act of omission in reckless disregard of a legal duty and of the consequences to another party, who may typically recover exemplary damages”.Garner, Bryan A., ed. 2001. Black’s law dictionary, 2nd pocket ed. St. Paul, MN: West Group.
When referred to art, gross negligence is defined as “the exercise of so slight a degree of care as to justify the belief that there was an indifference to the particular work or art.”McDonough, Brian. "California Art Preservation Act: Statutory Protection of Art Work against Intentional Alteration Or Destruction, The." U. Cin. L. Rev. 49 (1980): 486.
Criminal gross negligence is defined as “a negligent act which is reckless or flagrant and is such a departure from the conduct of an ordinary prudent, careful person as to be contrary for proper regard for human life…”J. Dinse et al.: “Criminal or Gross Negligence—Defined,” California Jury Instructions, Criminal, Section 3.36, 7th ed., 2005.
Gross negligence is defined as conduct so reckless or wanting in care that it constituted a conscious disregard or indifference to the life, safety, or rights of persons exposed to such conduct.Shaw Jr, Jack W. "Some Defense Perspectives on the Tort Reform Act of 1999." . Thomas L. Rev. 12 (1999): 191.
For those of you who are not attorneys, “gross negligence” is defined as failure to use even the slightest amount of care in a way that shows recklessness or willful disregard for the safety of others. Sathyanarayanan, P. "RECENT CHANGES IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES." International Journal of Applied Financial Management Perspectives 2.2 (2013): 408.
Gross negligence is defined as “The intentional failure to perform a manifest duty, in wanton, wilful or reckless disregard of the consequences as affecting the life or property of another.”Simon v. Detroit Ry., 196 Mich. 586, 589, 16z NW 1012, 1013
Gross negligence is defined as an extreme departure from ordinary standards. It is generally held that the plaintiff’s ordinary negligence is a defense to gross negligence.Hilts, John L. "Doctrine of Last Clear Chance in Montana, The." Mont. L. Rev. 30 (1968): 89.
Gross negligence is defined as the “intentional failure to perform a manifest duty in reckless disregard of the consequences as affecting the life or property of another.”Battin, Michael P. "Bank Director Liability Under FIRREA." Fordham L. Rev. 63 (1994): 2347.
Gross negligence is defined as “conscious, voluntary act or omission in reckless disregard of a legal duty and of the consequences to another party”Bukowski, Josh H., and John R. Richards. "Commercial Airline In-Flight Emergency: Medical Student Response and Review of Medicolegal Issues." The Journal of emergency medicine 50.1 (2016): 74-78.
Gross negligence is defined as wanton or reckless disregard for human life.United States v. Shortman, 91 F.3d 80, 81 (9th Cir. 1996)
Gross negligence is defined as the voluntary and conscious conduct (including a failure to act) by a person who, at the time of the conduct, knew that the conduct was likely to be harmful to the health or well-being of another person.Parikh, Aashka, and Julie M. Fagan. "Proposal for a Community" Solidarity" Refrigerator that Would Both Feed the Hungry and Lessen Food Waste." (2015).