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Premises Liability: The Responsibility of a Business Owner to Act When a Foreseeable Danger is Posed to an Invitee

02.13.17  |  A premises owner’s duty to protect an invitee from the criminal acts of third parties is triggered by foreseeability. An employer’s safety policies and procedures - and a failure to follow them - may be considered when determining the owner/employer’s negligence toward an employee, in an assault that occurred on company premises. 

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At the Annual Meeting of ALFA International (ALFA) on October 28, Kara Stubbs was elected by the membership to serve on the Board of Directors in the office of Vice Chair.