use punitive in a sentence.
These are damages, plus punitive damages.
That would depend on if you believe the primary purpose of prison is punitive or rehabilitory.
So should Apple be punished more punitively so that they actually follow the law?
As far as I understand it, the "no punitive damages" is a huge difference.
Sweden (and by extension probably all of Scandinavia) doesn't do punitive or exemplary damages.
Not doing so would feel punitive.
There should be punitive punishment for filing inaccurate takedown notices, and instead there is immunity.
My motivation would be a punitive one for the company in question.
Aren't class action suits more of a punitive thing instead of actually getting people money?
Most patent awards include a punitive component, so fine is not a completely inaccurate term.
Using the fine for expansion and not simply restoration implies punitive damages.
Right, but one has a nexus to punitive power by the government and the other does not.
Well put, really puts into perspective how incredibly out of proportion and punitive this measure was.
Yes, because punitive damages aren't a thing in the UK.
No, jail or other punitive response is not a necessary condition of civil disobedience.
IANAL, but those aren't punitive damages.
Even inquiring about the religion of your workforce should be illegal, let alone taking punitive action because of that.
It's a class action suit with about 10,000 potential class members, so the punitive damages could be substantial.
Buffett isn't suggesting punitive rates, just rates in line with the income taxes that an average working person pays.