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Smith v Charles Baker & Sons House of Lords | 21 July 1891

ON 21 JULY 1891, the House of Lords delivered Smith v Charles Baker & Sons UKHL 2 (21 July 1891).

http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKHL/1891/2.html

The English Court of Appeal had held that a railway worker could not recover damages for his injuries because he had voluntarily assumed the risk ( 465 more words

Negligence

Who Should Pay More??

I have covered both comparative and contributory negligence in my recent posts, but would like to examine a special case today.

The case involves more than one tortfeasor/person who commits a tort. 227 more words

Law

Give Kids The World, Inc., v. Sanislo, 2012 Fla. App. LEXIS 7403; 37 Fla. L. Weekly D 1143

Give Kids The World, Inc., v. Sanislo, 2012 Fla. App. LEXIS 7403; 37 Fla. L. Weekly D 1143

Give Kids The World, Inc., Appellant, v. Stacy Sanislo and Eric Sanislo, Appellees. 2,149 more words

Release / Waivers

Penis Odor | Men's Health

Now here’s a subject I am sure you are going to like . . .

Penis Odor | Men’s Health

Ladies, how do you tell your man his dick stinks? 225 more words

Society

Bespoke legal training for the tourism industry

Daymar Law’s mission is to bring the best in-company Employment Law training to the tourism, leisure and hospitality industry in England and Wales at the most competitive price. 275 more words

Employment

Defenses to Negligence: Summary of Last Clear Chance Variations

I’ve discussed a few defenses to negligence in my recent posts, but today I will summarize ways in which the Last Clear Chance Doctrine may be used. 144 more words

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