Court Limits Vicarious Liability for Actions of Putative Agent

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In a case litigated by Robert J. McKennon, a partner of Barger & Wolen, LLP and editor of this blog, the California Court of Appeals recognized significant limits on the vicarious liability of a principal based upon the acts or omissions of a putative agent.

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