Oregon Law Review : Vol. 89, No. 2, p. 725-752 : Oregon’s Recreational Immunity in the Wake of Coleman v. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

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Title: Oregon Law Review : Vol. 89, No. 2, p. 725-752 : Oregon’s Recreational Immunity in the Wake of Coleman v. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
Author: Kesselring, John D.
Abstract: This Note discusses Coleman v. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, analyzing the majority and dissenting opinions and the implications of the court’s holding. To this end, Part I discusses the statutory law that provides the background for the present case. Part II discusses statutory interpretation under Oregon law. Parts III and IV discuss the facts of the case and the procedural history, respectively. Part V discusses the court’s holding and the rationale provided by both the majority and dissenting opinions. Finally, Part VI discusses the implications of the two rationales and the issues that may arise from the court’s decision.
Description: 28 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/10968
Date: 2010


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