Factors Motivating Corporationsto Appealin Civil Cases
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... most cases, individual cases affect the persons involved and their family members only. They ma drain family resources or may create wealth for the individuals depending on the outcome. However, the cases involving corporations have a lot of impacts both in monetary terms and the public image of the corporations in the community (Volken Bonomi 154). They may result to closure of business hence affecting many people such as investors, workers, community, consumers and even the competitors. ConclusionCivil cases involve two parties where one of the parties has wronged the other party. The parties should consider the cause for appeal and follow the right procedurein order to be successful. The parties may decide to attend the court rulings in person or may request the court to decide the case in their absentia. The cases involving corporation have serious monetary consequences and may tarnish the name of the corporation. In addition, the court may request the corporation to stop its operations that were offending the other party hence may cause the corporation to lose the business. This drives the corporations to make an appeal in order to avoid huge losses. The process for appealing is similar whether the party is an individual or a corporation. The party determined to launch an appeal must follow the right procedure and the appeal should be done within specified time.Works CitedBalotti, R. Franklin Finkelstein, Jesse, A. The Delaware Law of Corporations Business Organizations Statutory Deskbook, (2011). USA Aspen Publishers Online, (2010) 51-387. BMG Canada Inc. v. Doe, 2005 FCA 193 (CanLIIJacobson, Sam, M. H. Legal Analysis and Communication. USA AuthorHouse, (2009) 136-154. Volken, Paul Bonomi, Andrea. Yearbook of Private International Law. Sellier, european law publisher, (2009) 124-156.Walter, Janis Blanchard, Roderick, D. Litigation and Trial Practice. USA Cengage Learning, (2006) 558-579.
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