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Resisting tracing's siren song. Agule, Craig K. Jan 1, 2016 11628
The occupiers' liability acts and the common law. Handford, Peter; McGivern, Brenda Aug 1, 2015 20751
Protecting biodiversity against the effects of climate change through the Endangered Species Act. Chen, James Ming Jan 1, 2015 7050
A legal and social analysis of 'one punch' cases in Western Australia. Ferguson, Catherine; Robson, Rachel Jan 1, 2014 10421
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission v. United States: dam if you do, dam if you don't. Johnson, Lynsey R. Sep 22, 2013 7663
Working with proximate cause: an "elements" approach. Maurer, Daniel D. Dec 1, 2011 5149
A new look at duty in tort law: rehabilitating foreseeability and related themes. Golanski, Alani Sep 22, 2011 25115
Premises liability: a notable rift in the law of foreseeable crimes. Strickland, Wilton H. Dec 1, 2009 3849
Discovering arrest warrants: intervening police conduct and foreseeability. Kimberly, Michael Oct 1, 2008 3743
Texas Court of Appeals holds that a hospital had no duty to protect from harm three individuals, including an ex-wife, who a depressed, paranoid, and suicidal patient murdered after leaving the hospital. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jul 1, 2008 1129
Bar must keep visibly intoxicated patrons safe, N.J. court holds. Heylman, Susan Jun 1, 2008 764
Is there a duty? Limiting college and university liability for student suicide. Dyer, Susanna G. May 1, 2008 11699
Before liability can be imposed, plaintiff must show not only that a patient's suicide was foreseeable, but also establish the applicable standard of care, that the psychiatrist breached this standard, and that the breach was a proximate cause of the suicide. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 839
New Jersey statute shielding mental health practitioners from liability does not apply when practitioner has abandoned a patient who subsequently commits suicide. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 862
Crime on college campuses: female students are at high risk of violence, especially sexual assault. Litigation based on assumption of duty, foreseeability, and other straightforward premises theories can ensure that colleges live up to their promises to keep students safe. Farahany, Amanda Dec 1, 2004 2703
Prove notice with standards and statistics: when a commercial property has had no prior criminal activity, use industry standards and data from nearby properties to establish that crime on the premises was foreseeable. Hewitt, Melvin L. Dec 1, 2004 1989
Won't get fooled again: overcrowding at concerts causes injury and death - despite industry denials. Don't be fooled: crowd crush cases turn on straightforward questions of foreseeability and duty of care. Adelman, Steven A. Jun 1, 2004 3356
Father who didn't see son's accident can sue for emotional distress. Sileo, Carmel Apr 1, 2004 720
Foreseeable zone of risk: confusing foreseeability with duty in Florida negligence law. Drake, William N., Jr. Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 6620
Doctor's duty to warn extends to patients, not third parties. Sileo, Carmel Jan 1, 2004 601
Danger at play: inquisitive children invariably handle the products they encounter in their homes. Manufacturers face lawsuits when they ignore the risks their products pose to kids. Swartz, James A. Nov 1, 2003 2591
New Hampshire stalking case raises standard for privacy rights. Tischler, Eric Jun 1, 2003 455
When life in the fast-food lane turns violent; restaurant owners usually have a general duty to take reasonable precautions to protect customers. Riley, Chris Jan 1, 1997 2539

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