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The "Obviously Intoxicated Minors" Statute (Advocate Article)

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March 1, 2012


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles




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When an intoxicated minor gets served, it serves up liability for the bar. The authors discuss an exception to California’s dram shop laws.

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Robert Glassman

Robert Glassman is a trial attorney at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP where he litigates large and complex personal injury,... Read More

Kevin Boyle

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