A Ridge Too Far

20th February 2009 by John Bates

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This case comment discusses the case of Anderson v Lyotier and Lyotier in which the claimant was injured when skiing off piste in the French Alps under the supervision of a ski instructor. It concerns the standard of care to be exercised by an instructor when supervising a group of skiers of mixed abilities. The issue of contributory negligence is also examined.

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John is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University.

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