Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Tort & personal injury
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2010-11-30
ISBN: 
9780888045157
Carswell

Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada

Availability: In Stock

Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada is the first resource to address all aspects of liquor liability in commercial, employment, and social host settings. It includes an analysis and discussion of all the leading cases and key legislation from across the country.

Topics in this book include

  • Duties related to the condition of licensed premises and activities on the premises
  • The obligations of commercial hosts to take reasonable steps to ensure that patrons are not injured by other patrons
  • Whether a commercial host may be responsible for the conduct of patrons who have left the premises
  • Conduct of employees and the use of excessive force
  • Social host liability at private functions
  • The risks facing employers who provide alcohol to employees
  • Criminal, regulatory and administrative matters
  • Lawyers in private practice (both plaintiff and defence) and in-house counsel will find the summary of key defences particularly useful and will greatly benefit from this thorough review of the law
Carswell

Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada

Availability: In Stock

Description

Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada is the first resource to address all aspects of liquor liability in commercial, employment, and social host settings. It includes an analysis and discussion of all the leading cases and key legislation from across the country.

Topics in this book include

  • Duties related to the condition of licensed premises and activities on the premises
  • The obligations of commercial hosts to take reasonable steps to ensure that patrons are not injured by other patrons
  • Whether a commercial host may be responsible for the conduct of patrons who have left the premises
  • Conduct of employees and the use of excessive force
  • Social host liability at private functions
  • The risks facing employers who provide alcohol to employees
  • Criminal, regulatory and administrative matters
  • Lawyers in private practice (both plaintiff and defence) and in-house counsel will find the summary of key defences particularly useful and will greatly benefit from this thorough review of the law