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  • Description
    This fascinating CLE course discusses the liability of landowners in the event of criminal assault on a person lawfully visiting or occupying the premises. The issue gives rise to and is dependent upon a surprising number of issues, including but not limited to the relationship between the assailant and the victim, the status of the property, the duty third parties may have to visitors, control of the premises, differential duties with regards to indoors and outdoors, the duties of commercial landowners and schools and much more.
  • Instructor Bio

    Harry Steinberg

    HARRY STEINBERG is a 1985 graduate of Brooklyn Law School and was admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey in 1986. The bulk of his career has been spent in personal injury litigation primarily on the defense side, but also on the plaintiff’s side. He has briefed and argued more than 120 appeals and has published articles in publications such as the New York Law Journal and the New York State Bar Journal on various aspects of personal injury law and appellate practice. He has lectured on these topics for the New York County Lawyers’ Association, the New York State Trial Lawyers’ Association and the Practicing Law Institute.