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May 19, 2008 ... AMERICAN STANDARD, INC., American Water Works Service Company, Inc., Arkla Industries, Inc., Garlock Sealing Technologies, LLC, G.W. .... (5) upon reasonable notice to all parties, as evidence at trial or hearing against a party who appeared at the deposition or was given proper notice thereof, if the ...


Apr 3, 2008 ... Plaintiff and Appellant, S139184 v. Ct.App. 2/5 B179206 AMERICAN STANDARD , INC., Los Angeles County Defendant and Respondent. Super. ... Plaintiff has settled or dismissed all of his claims against other defendants, ..... quoting Twerski et al., The Use and Abuse of Warnings in Products Liability —


Jul 22, 2015 ... Upon reasonable notice to all parties, as evidence at trial or hearing against a party who appeared at the deposition or was given proper notice thereof, if the ... Berry v. American Standard Inc., 382 Ill.App.3d 895, 901, 321 Ill.Dec. 221, 228 ( 5th Dist. 2008). In Berry, the court barred use of plaintiff's discovery ...


∗An earlier version of the paper was titled “Uncertainty and Capital Investment: Real Options or Financial Fric- tions? .... and/or the notional value of derivative contracts (e.g., see Purnanandam (2008), and Campello et al. ..... provides information on four different industry classification codes for each firm: National American.


1 Source: N. Jegadeesh and S. Titman, “Returns to Buying Winners and Selling Losers: Implications for Stock Market Efficiency.” Journal of ... Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when sold or redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Current ...


response to accruals is either untimely or insufficient to effectively arbitrage the information in accruals about future price changes. We accordingly follow the documentation of the anomaly's persistence by examining both the timeliness and magnitude of institutional investors' reaction to accruals information. Collins et al.


foreign earnings outside the one-time repatriation tax holiday that was part of the American Jobs. Creation Act ..... Foley et al. (2007), Bryant-. 6 Hartman (1985) acknowledges that, “the results hold unless the home country tax could somehow be avoided eventually, which would tend to cause the firm to invest more abroad.


cash-to-assets ratio (the cash ratio) is not explained by the evolution of cash holdings for large firms or in .... that are incorporated in the U.S. .... Finally, Foley et al. (2007) point out that over our sample period multinationals benefited from retaining the cash they earned abroad given that repatriation of foreign earnings would ...


improving or maintaining a positive corporate reputation would lead to a market- value premium for the company. ... capital market. Desai et al. (2007) identified reputational penalties to top corporate managers at firms that violate financial reporting standards. As a result of these reputational penalties, there was higher  ...