Open-and-Obvious-Danger Doctrine

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Illinois Supreme Court Seems Skeptical of Expansive Interpretation of Distraction Exception to Open-and-Obvious

Our reports on the oral arguments during the May term of the Illinois Supreme Court continue with Bruns v. City of Centralia. Bruns poses a question with the potential to blow a significant hole in the open-and-obvious peril...more

Supreme Court of Kentucky Effectively Abrogates the Open-and-Obvious-Danger Doctrine

Two seminal opinions on premises liability law issued by the Supreme Court of Kentucky have substantially redefined the open-and-obvious-danger doctrine, with significant implications for premises liability claims. ...more

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