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April 05, 2016

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A. Courtenay Craig

Are you kidding me?"Our goal all along has been to change the law so that corporate lawbreakers can precisely budget their potential liability as a cost of doing business." What you mean is: we want to limit our members liability for damages when committing tortious acts. You want the gamble more clearly defined. How about advising your members not to engage in compensable behavior. It isn't as though the corporation doesn't start of with a distinct advantage over the individual from the start.

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