Using a release, even a well-drafted one, should never substitute for planning with the greatest care. Events include all kinds of risks that appear reasonable, yet still lead to litigation and, sometimes, liability. Avoiding unnecessary risk isn't enough; organizers have to manage risk. In addition to using common sense, educating attendees, providing warnings, and getting insurance, a number of tools at the planner's disposal can be used to transfer the risk. These include obtaining ...

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