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Wager v. Moore: When May A College Have A Duty To Protect The Safety Of Its Students?

Generally speaking, from a legal standpoint, the courts have held that colleges and universities do not have a duty to safeguard the safety of their students. However, in Wager v. Moore, 2013 WL 6989512 (Conn. Super. Dec....more

Natural Accumulation Doctrine Takes A Hit

Winter may almost be over, but a recent Illinois Appellate Court case makes clear that school districts should remain vigilant in preventing and warning against slippery floors. In February, an Illinois Appellate Court...more

Carbon Monoxide Devices for School Facilities and Conflict of Interests

KMTG continues its series of updates on new legislation signed by Governor Brown. All laws became effective January 1, 2014, unless otherwise stated....more

White House Gun Control Proposals Include School Safety And Mental Health Initiatives

In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, President Obama has announced numerous executive actions and legislative proposals to address gun control, school safety, and mental health issues nationwide. The White...more

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