Re: The Lessons of ValuJet 592

Subject: Re: The Lessons of ValuJet 592
From: Wayne Douglass <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 13:06:53 -0700

At 12:28 PM 5/29/98 -0700, Dick Gaskill wrote:

>FYI, it does not matter whether you name is in the manual, software, or
>whatever, if your company is incorporated, at least within the USA. As
>an employee of a US corporation, you cannot be individualy sued. The
>same is true for not-for-profit corporations, BTW.
It depends on the suit. If you violate EEOC statutes, for example, you can
be sued, and the company won't pay for your defence if they determine you
have violated company guidelines.

Wayne Douglass phone: 408-542-2139
Verity, Inc. FAX: 408-542-2040
894 Ross Road mailto:wayned -at- verity -dot- com
Sunnyvale, CA 94089

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