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uARMSolver: a framework for association rule mining
Iztok Fister, Iztok Fister, 2020, treatise, preliminary study, study

Keywords: association rule mining, categorical attributes, numerical attributes, software framework, optimization
Published: 17.03.2021; Views: 138; Downloads: 6
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An overview of the law of attorney fees in the United States
Thomas Allan Heller, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: It often is said that in the United States each party pays their own attorney's fees, win or lose, absent a contractual provision to the contrary or some recognized ground in equity. This basic proposition, which is true as far as it goes, is based on the so-called American Rule, which provides that in the United States each side in a litigated case is responsible for paying their own attorney, regardless of the outcome of the case. On its face this proposition seems simple. On the contrary, however, the laws in the United States governing attorney's fees are surprising quite complex. This article provides a general survey of the patchwork of laws, federal and to a lesser extent state, and the author will demonstrate that rules and laws governing attorney's fees are often grounded in important public policy and fundamentally shape important issues, such as access to the courts and the legal system more generally. Unfortunately, many United States citizens have been priced out of the legal market under the current system.
Keywords: attorney's fees, fee-shifting, fee arrangements, American rule, court access
Published: 15.01.2021; Views: 62; Downloads: 28
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An overview of the law of attorney fees in the United States
Thomas Allan Heller, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: It often is said that in the United States each party pays their own attorney’s fees, win or lose, absent a contractual provision to the contrary or some recognized ground in equity. This basic proposition, which is true as far as it goes, is based on the so-called American Rule, which provides that in the United States each side in a litigated case is responsible for paying their own attorney, regardless of the outcome of the case. On its face this proposition seems simple. On the contrary, however, the laws in the United States governing attorney’s fees are surprising quite complex. This article provides a general survey of the patchwork of laws, federal and to a lesser extent state, and the author will demonstrate that rules and laws governing attorney’s fees are often grounded in important public policy and fundamentally shape important issues, such as access to the courts and the legal system more generally. Unfortunately, many United States citizens have been priced out of the legal market under the current system.
Keywords: attorney’s fees, fee-shifting, fee arrangements, American Rule, court access
Published: 03.08.2018; Views: 388; Downloads: 66
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ODGOVORNOST ZA NEPRAVOČASNI STEČAJ GOSPODARSKE DRUŽBE KOT POSLEDICA PONAREDITVE PODATKOV LETNEGA POROČILA Z VIDIKA ZAHTEV PRAVA EU
Katarina Moravec, 2016, master's thesis

Abstract: Insolventnost gospodarske družbe je stanje, za katerega pravo zahteva sprejem ustreznih ukrepov, kot so finančna reorganizacija, prisilna poravnava ali stečaj. Organi vodenja in nadzora so dolžni stanje insolventnosti zaznati dovolj zgodaj, nato pa brez nepotrebnega odlašanja nadaljevati z ukrepi, s katerimi zagotovijo stabilno finančno poslovanje gospodarske družbe. Namen hitrega delovanja je v varstvu interesov upnikov, saj lahko prav ti zaradi zavlačevanja sprejema prepotrebnih ukrepov izgubijo največ. Stanje insolventnosti gospodarske družbe, kot ga določa 14. člen Zakona o finančnem poslovanju, postopkih zaradi insolventnosti in prisilnem prenehanju (v nadaljevanju: ZFPPIPP) se zazna najkasneje ob sestavi letnega poročila, kot enega najpomembnejših korporacijskopravnih aktov vsake gospodarske družbe in podjetnika. Na podlagi tega se lahko ugotovi zadolženost (prezadolženost) gospodarske družbe, strukturo dolgov, zavarovanja, kot tudi realno vrednost premoženja gospodarske družbe. Generalna klavzula v prvem odstavku 61. člena Zakona o gospodarskih družbah (v nadaljevanju: ZGD-1) zahteva, da je letno poročilo sestavljeno jasno in pregledno ter da izkazuje resničen in pošten prikaz premoženja in obveznosti gospodarske družbe, njenega finančnega položaja ter poslovnega izida. Če so podatki v letnem poročilu ponarejeni tako, da izkazujejo boljše premoženjsko stanje od dejanskega, se stanje insolventnosti ne zazna. Posledično to pomeni, da do pravočasnega sprejema ustreznih ukrepov, kot jih za primer insolventnosti gospodarske družbe določa ZFPPIPP ne pride, kar prinese odgovornost članov organov vodenja in nadzora. Zavlačevanje s predlaganjem stečaja je predvsem v interesu lastnikov gospodarske družbe, ki z odlaganjem pridobijo možnost, da iz gospodarske družbe umaknejo lastna sredstva in ustanovijo novo gospodarsko družbo, s čimer oškodujejo predvsem svoje upnike.
Keywords: finančno poslovanje gospodarske družbe, business judgement rule, letno poročilo, harmonizacija bilančnega prava, ponarejanje podatkov letnega poročila, insolventnost, nepravočasni stečaj, odgovornost članov organov vodenja in nadzora, stečajni upravitelj, revizor.
Published: 06.03.2017; Views: 1143; Downloads: 139
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