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Mona Lisa Smile…….Not In This Delaware Dental Case!!

Holiday greetings to one and all. And a shout out to my new urban legend, that rascal Gary Baker. Do y'all remember my post of 7/22/09? Titled "Gone to the Dogs...." , it was a little ditty about course and scope and the idiopathic fall defense involving veterinary surgeon Dr. Laci Nash...

Paintballing, Wrestling and a Head-Banging Good Time: Another Commentary on Horseplay in Delaware

We had so much fun talking about that Australian Hotel Sex Romp case and as such, this post will continue to let the good times roll. The happenings in Australia have been impactful on the local front as they have promoted discussion of our own laws on course and scope and the available defense to injuries...

Paintballing, Wrestling and a Head-Banging Good Time: Another Commentary on Horseplay in Delaware

We had so much fun talking about that Australian Hotel Sex Romp case and as such, this post will continue to let the good times roll. The happenings in Australia have been impactful on the local front as they have promoted discussion of our own laws on course and scope and the available defense to injuries...

"Blunder Down Under" – An Interview With Cassandra Roberts On the Australian Rough Sex In A Hotel Workers’ Compensation Claim

Cassandra Roberts of Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor LLP discusses an Australian workers' comp case involving injury to a government worker attending a conference (referred to the Australian rough sex case), the view of course and scope in Australia and the subsequent blog posts she wrote about...

The Savvy Sleuth Returns....And Course & Scope Victory Is Once Again His In This Delaware Remand

Today's post is the part two of my 9/8/10 post titled " The Case of the Savvy Sleuth "...... It was one of defense attorney Gary Baker's (Elzufon, Austin, Tarlov & Mondell) finest hours as he defeated the claim of a double amputee on the basis of course and scope-arguing that the...

The Savvy Sleuth Returns....And Course & Scope Victory Is Once Again His In This Delaware Remand

Today's post is the part two of my 9/8/10 post titled " The Case of the Savvy Sleuth "...... It was one of defense attorney Gary Baker's (Elzufon, Austin, Tarlov & Mondell) finest hours as he defeated the claim of a double amputee on the basis of course and scope-arguing that the...