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Decision breaks new ground on vehicle liability

A decision handed down in an ongoing Livingston County civil trial over a fatal 2005 bus crash on I-390 near Geneseo-involving a team of Canadian hockey players-marks the first court ruling in Upstate New York on a controversial state vehicle-leasing liability law. New York's vicarious liability law-passed early in the last ...

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