Public Drunkeness

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So A Man Walks Out of a Bar . . . Applying the Liquor Liability Exclusion to a Drunken Pedestrian

In State Automobile Mutual Ins. Co. v. Lucchesi, ___ Fed. Appx. ___, 2014 WL 1395690 (3d Cir. Apr. 11, 2014), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit upheld summary judgment for State Auto and concluded that a liquor...more

Serving Alcohol At Your Holiday Party

We here at the McNees Wallace & Nurick Labor and Employment Law Group have been busy preparing for the holiday season. While holiday parties can be great fun, hosting a holiday party or placing holiday decorations in...more

Week in Review - December 12, 2013

Your company holiday party can be added to the list of things impacted by technology. In addition to the risk of alcohol-induced harassment, injuries, or property damage, employers should be mindful that technology and mobile...more

Suing A Bar For Personal Injuries Caused By A “Visibly Intoxicated” Person: Sometimes Circumstantial Evidence Can Be Enough

Many people have seen it happen before: you are at a bar enjoying a cold one, someone stumbles up to the bar and orders another drink, and you think, "Geez, how in the world is that person in any condition to have another...more

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