NJ Ruling On Gym Slip Could Weaken 'Hold Harmless' Clauses

By Joshua Alston (September 5, 2014, 3:30 PM EDT) -- A recent New Jersey appellate decision revived a premises liability suit against a gym despite a broad "hold harmless" clause, and even though the court stressed the ruling's narrow applicability to health club facilities, experts say it could erode exculpatory clauses in consumer contracts beyond the fitness industry. ...

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