By Doyice Cotten
The dominant statute in New York waiver law is G.O.L. Sec. 5-326. The statute deems waivers void as against public policy under specific circumstances. The General Obligations Law provides:
By Doyice J. Cotten
In a case in which a client was injured on a Segway tour, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia addressed several aspects of waiver law in the District of Columbia.