Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Sep 23, 2013
The Recreation Law Center is a unique service from OutdoorEd.com.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Bad event. Write it up? Maybe not. A quality operation records near misses and loss-causing events and may collect witness statements and other materials pertaining to the occasion.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
You might think it obvious that a parent can act on his or her minor child’s behalf to release the child’s right to sue. We have had several courts ruling on this issue recently.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
In this case the Indiana Supreme Court has provided us with a virtual symphony of duty of care issues. Duty is the obligation to protect another from harm.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
What are the legal rights of a product user injured by a recalled product which the retailer failed to take off the shelf?
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Most programs deal with young children on a frequent basis, and can benefit from an understanding of a child's legal responsibility, within the context of a lawsuit, for their assumption of risks.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Duty of Care: the legal obligation to protect another from harm. Where does an individual’s or organization’s duty of care begin and end?
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Duty: the legal obligation to protect another from harm. No Duty – No Liability – Case Dismissed! Your best defense to a claim of negligence may be that a participant's injury resulted from an inherent risk of the activity—the doctrine of Primary Assumption of Risk.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Organizations that own their own premises and facilities (“property”) often rent their property to outside organizations (or individuals)—in a variety of arrangements—in between their regular programming.
Type: Store Products
Date Posted: Jun 29, 2013
Do you use volunteers in your program? A holding in a recent Tennessee case highlights the issues that programs can face if they utilize volunteer leaders or allow volunteers to assist in running their programs.