Monthly Archives: December 2013

Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot?

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Extreme Obstacle Course Races Can Lead To Muddy Lawsuits

Last year more than two million Americans paid for the opportunity to torture themselves in 10-mile endurance race courses features a revolving menu of hurdles with names like the Arctic Enema, Dong Dangler, and Electroshock Therapy. The latter requires participants … Continue reading

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Thornton Assaults All Decency With Suspension Appeal

The holiday season can understandably be a distracting time. However, one piece of sports news recently flew under the radar that is perhaps the most outrageous shirking of responsibility I have ever heard. By now, most sports fans have seen … Continue reading

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New Jersey Redefines Golfers’ Tort Liability

We all have that one golfing buddy who can’t seem to hit a single straight shot and always requires a baker’s dozen worth of mulligans. But thanks to a recent ruling by a New Jersey Superior Court judge, only the … Continue reading

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PA Senator Weighs In On New Internet Betting and Horse Racing Bill

Members of the Pennsylvania Senate have introduced Senate Bill No. 1188, which if enacted, would reform the regulatory oversight of the multi-billion dollar horse racing industry in the state. The new legislation would create a Bureau of Horse Racing tasked … Continue reading

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