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Industrial Appeals Court says ice rink is not responsible for hockey

Law360 (July 12, 2021, 5:18 p.m. EDT) — The Indiana Court of Appeals has dismissed an amateur hockey player’s lawsuit against a sports field for injuries sustained from a punch by an opponent during a game, ruling that during “aggression” A common occurrence in the game, the facility had no duty to protect it from an unexpected “criminal” attack.

A three-judge panel in the Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday confirmed the lower courts’ decision to issue a summary judgment to Midwest Training and Ice Center, Inc. in Dyer, Indiana. The stewards said the venue had no way of knowing that Nicholas Wester, a defensive player at Your Mother…

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