Employees' Act Has no Time or Space Limitations
Employers’ Liabilities under respondeat superior liability is not limited to the time and space limits of the job and appears even to extend to potentially criminal acts. In Minnis v. Oregon...
Employer's Liabilities for Employee's Torts
The common law doctrine of respondeat superior making an employer is responsible/liable for its employee's torts, including intentional torts, if those torts were committed within the scope...
While most intentional torts (e.g., sexual assault or physical and verbal abuse) are generally thought to be beyond an employee's scope of employment, Oregon courts have focused not on when...
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