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Read the complaint filed in the Rhode Island Night Club Lawsuit. (use link below)

http://fl1.findlaw.com/news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/rifire/roderiquesww30403cmp.pdf

write a judgment analyzing the liabilities of the parties

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Business Law - analyzing liabilities

Read the complaint filed in the Rhode Island Night Club Lawsuit. (use link below)

http://fl1.findlaw.com/news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/rifire/roderiquesww30403cmp.pdf

write a judgment analyzing the liabilities of the parties

The first defendant is Jeff Derderian. He is the owner and manager of the night club. He has a duty of care and he has committed a breach of duty. He installed sound proofing material that was inflammable, did not get permits for pyrotechnics, yet allowed the use of pyrotechnics. In addition, the exit signs were not visible and emergency lightening was not functional. Jeff Derderian has been negligent and is fully liable for the loss of lives.

The second defendant is Michael Derderian. He is the owner and manager. He has not exercised duty of care. He did not manage properly, maintain and control the Station. He admitted more than 300 persons into the nightclub. He did not exercise duty of care when he did not install emergency lights or fix exit signs. He is responsible for breach of duty as he installed inflammable sound proofing material, he did not obtain permit for the use of pyrotechnics and allowed the use of pyrotechnics at the Station. In short Michael Derderian is negligent and is liable for the loss of lives on the night of the fire.

The third defendant is DERCO / The Station. The Station represented by its owner Jeff Derderian is responsible for negligence. He did not carry out the duty of care, even though the Station was licensed to have theatrical performances and live bands, it did not have permission for pyrotechnics. Even though he had sound proof material ...

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