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Unformatted text preview: reasonable would do in this situation; a reasonable person would either move to the edge of the crowd to work their way back up or wait for the crowd to dissipate before proceeding against the current. This would probably be a subconscious thought as to avoid conflict and harm to themselves. An employee is an extension of a company and has the same obligation to provide a risk free environment to the companys patrons as the company does. From this perspective, Davis was also negligent. He actually manifested a situation that could have been easily avoided, had he been acting reasonably!! While Daviss intentions, I am sure, were to simply move from point a to point b, he was careless in his execution. This carelessness resulted in injury and Davis and his employer, unfortunately, are liable. 2 Joanna Aeschbacker Unit 2 Assignment References Miller, L. Roger., & Jentz, A. Gaylord (2008). Fundamentals of Business Law. Cengage Learning: Ohio . 3...
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course LAW 311 taught by Professor Tonistarcher during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.
- Spring '11