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Despite What Plaintiffs’ Bar Says, Ruling Doesn’t Expand ‘Required Vehicle’ Exception

In an article published on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 by the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Partner Asir Fiola discusses Jorge v. Culinary Institute of America, and an employer’s liabilities and obligations to employees under the “required vehicle” exception to the “going and coming” rule. Specifically, Asir discusses the Jorge case and its reinforcement of the concept that employers should not be held liable for the negligence of its employees who are going to and from work, absent specific circumstances. To read the full article, please click the link below.

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