Torts: School district breached its duty to adequately supervise students in its charge

A student brought personal injury action against another student and the school district, seeking damages for injuries she sustained when she was stabbed in leg by that student on school grounds.  The Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Fourth Department, held that a school district breached its du...
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Defamation: Seven allegedly defamatory statements made in newspaper article written by the New York Post were privileged as fair and true report of judicial proceeding

In defamation action, the New York Post submitted documentary evidence conclusively establishing, as matter of law, that the seven statements it published in an article describing plaintiff’s involvement in separate defamation action in which he had been named as defendant were privileged, u...
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