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Judy Feuer Zimet

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Phoenix School of Law
4041 N. Central Avenue Suite 100
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
United States

Company Description: Phoenix School of Law is really about your success. We're the only law school in Arizona that offers part-time and evening degree programs. And we're also the only...   more
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If courts were able to award ...
eponline.com, 20 Oct 2011 [cached]
If courts were able to award appropriate punitive damages that punish wrongdoers at a level tied to a company's financial worth, then businesses big and small would be at risk of being put out of business by punitive damages, thus deterring unconscionable offenses and bad behavior in the first place, according to Judy Feuer Zimet of the Phoenix School of Law.
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Zimet suggests that had fines for the 759 prior violations been sufficiently punishing, BP might have been more effective in addressing the problems that led to the 2010 spill.
"A punishment that successfully deters future wrongdoing requires an amount sufficient to impact a defendant's financial condition," Zimet said. "Current factors used to assess the amount of punitive damages should be reassessed. Courts can better punish and deter wrongdoing by calculating punitive damages based upon a defendant's wealth rather than the relationship between compensatory and punitive damages."
Zimet discusses two cases in which appropriate punitive damages had the desired effect on changing corporate behavior.
Contact: Judy Feuer ...
www.eurekalert.org, 14 Oct 2011 [cached]
Contact: Judy Feuer Zimet jfzimet@student.phoenixlaw.edu 480-440-3015 Inderscience Publishers
Bad eggs and oil slicks
Making corporate crime pay
If courts were able to award appropriate punitive damages that punish wrongdoers at a level tied to a company's financial worth, then businesses big and small would be at risk of being put out of business by punitive damages unconscionable offenses and would be deterred from bad behavior in the first place, according to Judy Feuer Zimet of the Phoenix School of Law in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Zimet suggests that had fines for the 759 prior violations been sufficiently punishing, BP might have been more effective in addressing the problems that led to the 2010 spill.
"A punishment that successfully deters future wrongdoing requires an amount sufficient to impact a defendant's financial condition," says Zimet, Current factors used to assess the amount of punitive damages should be reassessed. Courts can better punish and deter wrongdoing by calculating punitive damages based upon a defendant's wealth rather than the relationship between compensatory and punitive damages."
Zimet discusses two cases in which appropriate punitive damages had the desired effect on changing corporate behavior.
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"No longer should compensatory damages steer punitive damages," asserts Zimet.
If courts were able to award ...
www.theoildrum.com, 14 Oct 2011 [cached]
If courts were able to award appropriate punitive damages that punish wrongdoers at a level tied to a company's financial worth, then businesses big and small would be at risk of being put out of business by punitive damages unconscionable offenses and would be deterred from bad behavior in the first place, according to Judy Feuer Zimet of the Phoenix School of Law in Phoenix, Arizona.
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