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Helping Providers to Understand a Major Defense: Assumption of Risk

 

This article was originally published on Recreation-Law.com, an excellent newsletter dealing with outdoor sport and recreation law. Its author, James H. Moss, J.D., is a well-known attorney specializing in the outdoor recreation industry. Jim has kindly granted permission to reprint the article.

Even Hikers Sue for their Injuries

By James H. Moss, J.D.

Citation: Kalter, et al., v. Grand Circle Travel, et al., 631 F.Supp.2d 1253 (C.D.Cal. 2009)

State: California, United States District Court,

Releases and Related Issues: Revisited (Part 1)

By Charles R. Gregg and Catherine Hansen-Stamp ©2012*

I am pleased to be able to run this great article on waivers and releases by two of the leading adventure law attorneys. I am breaking it into two parts which will run in consecutive weeks. It is Reprinted from The CampLine by permission of the American Camp Association and the authors.

 

Part I

Introduction

Camp managers and camp families appear to understand the significance of an agreement in which the camp seeks protection from certain claims.