Torts and Sports: Legal Liability in Professional and Amateur Athletics

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Contents
Prefacexi
Acknowledgmentsxiii
1. Tort Liability of One Participant to Another3
The Landmark Cases5
Bourque v. Duplechin5
Nabozny v. Barnhill8
Hackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals, Inc. [Hackbart I]10
Hackbart v. Cincinnati Bengals, Inc. [Hackbart II]17
A Case Study--Tomjanovich v. California Sports, Inc.21
Discussion22
Additional Notes26
Bibliography28
2. The Spectator as Plaintiff31
The Landmark Case32
Schentzel v. Philadelphia National League Club32
Author's Note--The Spectator as Plaintiff37
The Not-So-Hypothetical Case of the Fan in the
Front Row versus John McEnroe46
The Fan's Causes of Action47
The Policy Issue48

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  • Recent Titles from QUORUM BOOKS ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - Tort Liability of One Participant to Another 3
  • Bibliography 28
  • 2 - The Spectator as Plaintiff 31
  • Bibliography 50
  • 3 - Medical Malpractice in Athletics 51
  • Bibliography 64
  • 4 - Products Liability for Defective Athletic Equipment 65
  • Bibliography 85
  • 5 - Defamation and Invasion of Privacy 87
  • Bibliography 115
  • 6 - Worker's Compensation Laws and the Athlete 117
  • Bibliography 140
  • 7 - Intentional Interference with Contractual Relations 143
  • Bibliography 156
  • Table of Cases 157
  • Index 161
  • About the Author 165
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