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Title: Whatever happened to ... Crocker vs. Sundance.
Authors: Bowal, Peter
LaLonde, Daniel
Keywords: SUNDANCE Northwest Ltd. -- Trials, litigation, etc.;CROCKER, William;BEALS, John
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta
Citation: Peter Bowal and Daniel Lalonde, “Whatever Happened To . . . Crocker v. Sundance,” (2013) 38:1 LawNow (http://www.lawnow.org/whatever-happened-to-crocker-vs-sundance/)
Abstract: The article discusses the Crocker v. Sundance Northwest Ltd. lawsuit. 29-year-old beginner skier William Crocker revealed that he did not read the legal document Release of Liability while filling his membership form with the ski resort. It mentions that Crocker participated in an event while he was drunk which led to a cut above his eyes. Resort owner John Beals told Crocker not to participate further due to his mental and physical state.
Description: Author retained copyright for article. Article was deposited after permission was granted by CPLEA 01/30/2015
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/50322
ISSN: 0841-2626
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