Teen Adventure Program
In a recent case, a California appellate court refused to enforce a release because it did not properly describe the activity from which the wrongful death action arose.
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Do you provide equipment for people to participate in your programs? Do you hold used or new gear sales for the general public?  Do you rent gear in your gear shop to folks in the community?  Do you...
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Recreation and adventure education providers are often reluctant to review their insurance coverage—and even hesitant to contact their insurance representatives to inform them of new activities, for...
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Gniadek v. Camp Sunshine of Sebago Lake, Inc., 11 A.3d 308 (Me. Sup. Ct. January, 2011).
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Crace, et al.  v. Kent State University, 2009 Ohio App. LEXIS 5785 (December, 2009)
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To some extent, the outdoor industry cheerfully embraces an ethos of ‘stealing’ ideas. There is a constant cycle of adaptation, synthesis, and improvisation. Often practitioners are unaware of the...
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