Tag Archives: New York

Was a fee paid in NYS Waiver Case?

Murat Marc, a participant in a flag football league, injured his ankle when he stepped on a sprinkler head. Alleging negligence, he sued the school district which owned the field. Prior to the game, he had signed a waiver and release of liability.

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Overbroad Waivers and Releases

By Doyice Cotten

Waivers and releases sometimes fail because the party that drew up the waiver made the waiver overbroad. Whether overbroad because it attempts to protect too many parties or because it attempts to protect against essentially “any reason whatsoever.”

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