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For many businesses, summertime’s warm weather and sun-filled days provide an opportunity to celebrate success with employees, customers and/or vendors in a relaxed environment. Whether you’re throwing a company picnic, hosting a golf outing, or entertaining clients at a baseball … Continue reading
Companies assume a variety of potential liability risks if they serve alcohol at events such as parties. They may face claims, for example, if an intoxicated employee or guest causes bodily injuries or property damage, or guests are involved in … Continue reading
The holiday party season is here and depending on state laws, institutions such as museums, theaters or other nonprofits may assume a variety of potential liability risks if they serve alcohol at special events. They may face claims if, for … Continue reading
Depending on state laws, institutions such as museums, theaters or other nonprofits may assume a variety of potential liability risks if they serve alcohol at special events. They may face claims if, for example, intoxicated revelers cause bodily injuries or property damage, guests are involved in accidents after an event, or if under-aged celebrants are served alcohol.
Whether a golf course is public or private, their liquor liabilities are similar to those of a restaurant or nightclub and to stay on par with the law, country clubs have a responsibility to manage their members and guests’ alcohol consumption. Continue reading