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					                                                                THE DAYTON LAW
                                                              LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

    Slip & Fall
      Resource Guide
                                                            Slip & Fall
NOTE: The texts listed in this
                                                                    (March 2004)
resource guide are available

in the library and they have
                                                                 Resource Guide
the same call number. The

law reviews listed in this re-

source guide are available in

texts and/or through LEXIS

and WESTLAW. Help is avail-        THE DAYTON LAW
                                 LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
able at the front desk if you
                                 Phone: (937) 225-4496
need any assistance in locat-    Fax: (937) 225-5056
                                 Web:    Compiled by Susan Stephens
                                                           Public Services Clerk
ing any of these resources.

                                                          Tel: (937) 225-4496
                                            Law Reviews And Journals                    Reapportioning The Burden Of Un-
                                                                                        certainty: Storekeeper Liability In
                                            “Arbitration Of Disputes Between            The Self-Service Slip-And-Fall
                                            Consumers And Financial Institutions:       Case” 41 UCLA L. Rev. 861
                                            A Serious Threat To Consumer Protec-        (February, 1994)
                                            10 Ohio St. J. On Disp. Resol. 267
               Slip & Fall                  (1995)

                                            “The Ohio ‘Standard’ For Workplace
                                            Intentional Torts: Fyffe v. Jeno’s, Inc.,
                                            570 N.E.2d 1108 (Ohio, 1991)”
Texts                                       61 U. Cin. L. Rev. 331 (1992)

Slip, Trip And Fall: Decisions From         “Who Is Winning The Collateral                              The Dayton Law
                                                                                                      Library Association
Ohio’s Courts                               Source Rule War? The Battleground In
The Ohio Practice And Procedure Institute   The Sixth Circuit States”
OHIO KFO 196.3 .S58 S58 1988                31 U. Tol. L. Rev. 425 (Spring, 2000)
The Slip And Fall Handbook                  “A Right To Access To Court Under
Stephen I. Rosen                            The Petition Clause Of The First
KF 8925 .N4 R67 1983                        Amendment: Defining The Right”
                                            60 Ohio St. L.J. 557 (1999)
Cumulative Supplement 1984 The
Slip And Fall Handbook                      “Slips And Falls In Interior Premises”
Stephen I. Rosen
KF 8925 .N4 R67 1983 suppl. 1984
                                            76 MI Bar Jnl. 978 (September, 1997)

Slip And Fall Practice                      “Self-Service Slip And Falls: Is The
Charles E. Turnbow                          Storekeeper’s Burden Too Great?”
KF 8925 .N4 T87 1988                        48 La. L. Rev. 1443 (July, 1988)

Winning The “Slip And Fall” Case            “When The Bough Breaks: A Proposal
Neil T. Shayne                              For Georgia Slip And Fall Law After
Practicing Law Institute                    Alterman Foods, Inc. v. Ligon”
KF 8925 .N4 W56                             55 Wash. U. J. Urb & Contemp. L.
                                            73 (Winter, 1999)
Winning The Slip And Fall Case 1993
Neil T. Shayne
Practicing Law Institute
KF 8925 .N4 W56 1993