Latin & Timken on Trupia v. Lake George and Assumption of Risk in N.Y.


In light of the holding of the New York Court of Appeals in Trupia v. Lake George Cent. School Dist., 2010 N.Y.LEXIS 344, 2010 NY Slip Op 2833 (Apr. 6, 2010), practitioners should be aware that few if any non-sporting, non-recreational activities may qualify for the defense of assumption of risk.

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