Posted on Dec 31, 2008
In an article that was published in the December 31 edition of the L.A. Times, attorney Mark Williams takes the controversial position that Good Samaritan laws, which insulate from liability anyone who in good faith attempts to help another in distress, should be limited rather than expanded. To read his op-ed piece in its entirety, or to read my take on it, please click on the links herein.

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