As a result of a fight between two men in defendant's restaurant, plaintiff suffered injuries. There is evidence that defendant knew of the violent temper of one of the combatants and that fights were liable to occur at any time in such a place where beer and alcoholic liquors were sold. Held, that there is sufficient evidence of negligence to take the case to the jury. Peck v. Gerber, (Ore. 1936) 59 P. (2d) 675.
Michigan Law Review,
NEGLIGENCE - FAILURE OF RESTAURANT PROPRIETOR TO PROTECT PATRON FOM INJURY,
Mich. L. Rev.
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