You Be The Judge: When Does Hunting Begin?

By Doyice Cotten

Anthony Wimmer went on a hunting trip hosted by defendant Top Gun (Wimmer v. Top Gun Guide Service, Inc., 2019). Prior to going on the trip, Wimmer read and signed a waiver purporting to release Top Gun from liability arising from the hunting trip.

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NEW EDITION
Greatly Expanded – 292 Pages
How to have a more Effective Waiver
Evaluate your Current Waiver
Many Changes in:
    State Waiver Laws
    State Waiver Law for Minors
Likelihood of Enforcement
      (Is a waiver likely to be enforced in your state?)

Informed Consent
Electronic Waivers
Expanded Gross Negligence Sections
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A Unique Challenge to a Waiver – Retract the Waiver

By Doyice Cotten

In this case, two persons (Cynthia Mowery and Brian Alexander), injured in separate incidents, sued The Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy and the instructor, Barry Smith, alleging gross negligence in causing serious injuries. Each was in training at the Academy and each had signed a liability waiver (Mowery v.

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