THIRD PARTY CRIMINAL ACTS. When Bad Things Happen at Good Places By: Richard J. Keating, Jr. When the Crime Occurs . Dealing with the Police Provide ample and accurate information Video surveillance Make a copy Show-off system Employee witnesses Make available Avoid subpoenas.
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When Bad Things Happen at Good Places
By: Richard J. Keating, Jr.
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. v. Doe, 964 So.2d 713
The ability to see or know in advance; e.g. the reasonable anticipation that harm or injury is a likely result from certain acts or omissions. Emery v. Thompson, 148 S.W.2d 479, 480; Blacks Law Dictionary, 6th Edition
Foreseeability differs from state to state