the trial court correctly denied Kroger's motion, legal homework

Jan 16th, 2016
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Discuss this case: The Supreme Court of Indiana holds that the trial court correctly denied Kroger's motion for

  summary judgment and that the Indiana Court of Appeals was correct in affirming the

  summary judgment denial.  The court noted other courts' decisions establishing that a

  business's duty of  reasonable care regarding its invitees may include an obligation to adopt

  security measures suitable to protect them against foreseeable acts by third-party wrongdoers

  who come on the premises.  Here, sufficient evidence suggested foreseeability, warranting a

  conclusion that Kroger owed such a duty.  On remand, key facts that were in dispute would

  then bear upon the issue of whether Kroger breached the duty.  Kroger Co. v. Plonski, 930

  N.E.2d 1 (Ind. Sup. Ct. 2010).

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