Scope of Employment | Brian JM Quinn | August 05, 2013


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Scope of Employment

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What are the limits of agency? Are there circumstances when a principal is not liable for the conduct of her agents? What is the proper scope of the agency that provides for limits on principal liability? EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More Clover v. Snowbird Ski Resort
    Original Creator: Brian JM Quinn
    Sometimes employees will commit torts. When litigants come to court, they often want to place liability for the employee's tortious acts with the employer. If the employee's acts are within the ‘scope of the employment' courts will often find the employer liable for the employee's tortious acts.
  2. 2 Show/Hide More Cronin v. Hertz Corp.
    Original Creator: Brian JM Quinn
    what is the extent of a principle's liability when an agent commits a tort while on a “detour” or a “frolic”?

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