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Shikha v. Lyft, Inc., No. B321882, 2024 Cal. App. LEXIS 316 (Ct. App. May 17, 2024)

Thu May 30th, 2024 by  Cases of Interest

Generally, there is no duty to protect others from the conduct of third parties unless there is a special relationship. If the court determines there is a special relationship between parties, the court must then consult the factors described in Rowland v. Christian to determine whether relevant policy considerations counsel limiting that duty.

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