By Dennis McCoy
The Court of Appeals recently re-examined the centuries-old doctrine of in pari delicto, a doctrine that arises in disputes amongst two parties, each of whom has engaged in malfeasance.
By Thomas Cronmiller
The Court has expanded the
assumption of the risk doctrine by ruling that where a
plaintiff has assumed a risk, the defendant is relieved of any
of its obligations to the plaintiff, and recovery cannot be had
on a theory of negligent supervision.