Reasonable Care: The standard of care in negligence cases; the duty to act reasonably so as to avoid harming others.
Remand: The decision of an appellate court to send a case back to the trial court with instructions on how to correctly decide the case; often used with the term "reversed." Reversed means that the appellate court overturned the trial court's decision.
Remedies: Relief that the plaintiff receives from the defendant in a lawsuit. Often this will include monetary damages or equitable relief (i.e. injunctions).
Respondent: The party that won at trial.