Assumption of Risk Defense Protects Referees

, New York Law Journal

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Peter N. Freiberg of Denlea & Carton analyzes a recent case in which an injured high school wrestler alleged that a referee failed to stop a match when the wrestlers entered into a potentially dangerous position, and the Second Department decisions that made it clear that the assumption of risk doctrine protects more than school districts.

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