No duty without affirmative act except if there's an emergency involving physical harm? I guess making exceptions doesn't really work when you're trying to find things in common though.
Sorry about the law question, but I'm relatively sure that other LSDers are working on this, or something like it, right now:So there's an affirmative act section in the "Special Duties" unit of Gersen's class, but these affirmative acts make no sense. What do these five cases have in common?Yania v. Bagin Weirum v. RKO RadioGlobe Malleable Iron Soldano v. O’Daniels Stangle v. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co.I dunno. Anyone know? Am I just supposed to spot a "I have to use the phone . . . someone's about to kill me!" fact on the exam?
Having not taken what seems to be a rather eccentric Professor, though, this could be completely wrong.
I am so glad that I have no idea what any of those cases mean. Before nerfco said something I didn't know if it was Levmore or Gersen.One more exam - I can't wait for this quarter to be over.
UCONN/Syracuse! Double OT! FedJur tomorrow at 9am!