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Roh v. Starbucks Corporation

Toddler plays on stanchion in Chicago coffee shop while his parents focus their attention elsewhere. It upends; his finger must be amputated. Was the shop at fault? The Seventh Circuit says no; the parents’ presence abrogated any duty of care Starbucks may have owed the child.


Tags: 2018, Negligence, Seventh Circuit, Tort Law

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