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Hotel Abuse

Affirming summary judgment in favor of a hotelier, a California appeals court ruled Tuesday that a hotel employee’s sexual acts with a teen was not foreseeable and therefore the hotelier had no duty to prevent the acts or protect the teen.

LOS ANGELES – Affirming summary judgment in favor of a hotelier, a California appeals court ruled Tuesday that a hotel employee’s sexual acts with a teen was not foreseeable and therefore the hotelier had no duty to prevent the acts or protect the teen.

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