From Around The Legal Blogosphere

  • Professor Alberto Bernabe agrees with my assessment of the CVS inhaler situation: there would be no duty under the common law. Prof Bernabe also provides a link to some musings by Jonathan Turley about the tort defenses available to someone who forcefully took an inhaler from the pharmacy to help the woman.
  • Professor Bernabe also highlights Duke Law’s “Voices of American Law“: a great series of mini-documentaries on important recent Supreme Court cases.
  • Most joggers’ biggest roadway fears is being hit by a car. But Tom Vanderbilt highlights a recent case where a bicyclist fatally struck a jogger. This incident and others raises the question: can multi-use paths be shared safely by cyclists and runners? Or should cyclists have their own paths?