Indiana Supreme Court Applies Comparative Fault to Intentional Tort & Rejects Very Duty Doctrine

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The second post of the day focuses on the Indiana Supreme Court's rejection of the very duty doctrine and application of the comparative fault act to criminal intentional torts in Santelli v. Rahmatullah.

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