A law mandating that larger health clubs in New York be equipped with automatic external defibrillators and that a staffer trained in their use be on hand does not require that the machines actually be used on stricken patrons, the state Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.
No Duty to Use Defibrillators That Clubs Must Have, Majority Finds
New York Law Journal
February 8, 2013
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