Monday, October 01, 2007

Chastity and Javelins

Some amusing notes from my Sports Law text:

Slandered athletes must prove actual damages, except in four situations that engender liability per se: accusations regarding 1) crimes, 2) loathsome diseases, 3) adverse affect on business, and 4) unchastity to a woman.

"Spectators run the risk of injury while observing a sports event. Spectator injuries can occur from foul balls, errant pucks, thrown bats, clumsy fullbacks, misthrown javelins, and so on."

Great imagery!

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