Naqvi v. Saudi Arabian Airlines, Inc. (D.D.C. Feb. 12, 2016). The plaintiff’s air travel originating at Washington Dulles International Airport included a connecting flight on Saudi Arabian Airlines from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Islamabad, Pakistan. 407 more words
Merry Moiseichik, R.Ed, J.D., University of Arkansas
Jim Moss, Esq, Recreation Law
The Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee is holding an inquiry into ‘The establishment of a national registration system for Australian paramedics to improve and ensure patient and community safety’. 1,407 more words
A group of youngsters just won a major decision in their efforts to sue the federal government over climate change. An Oregon judge ruled Friday that their lawsuit, which alleges the government violated the constitutional rights of the next generation by allowing the pollution that has caused climate change, can go forward. 280 more words
Question answered; Colorado Premises Liability Act supersedes Colorado Ski Area Safety act. Standard of care owed skiers on chairlift's reasonable man standard?
Two decisions, if allowed to stand, will change the ski industry immensely. The standard of care owed to a passenger on a chairlift will drop considerably and allow ski areas a defense for the first time. 1,521 more words
In the wake of the recent shock discovery at a property in Melbourne’s Northern suburb of Bulla, where 23 horses were found dead, and many more emaciated clinging onto the last limbs of life, independent volunteer orientated organisations are calling for greater collaboration with the RSPCA. 426 more words