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Expanding your understanding of the approach to your...

In a recent case from the Court of Appeals of Georgia, Six Flags Over Georgia II L.P. v. Martin, No. A15A0828, 2015 WL 7356309 (Ga. Ct. App. Nov. 20, 2015), the...

Proof of a Maxim: Safety and Attendance

Who said that parks have no motivation to keep their rides safe? Have you seen the recent news from Six Flags? Company executives admit that attendance and revenue at Six...

Plus grand, plus magnifique, plus sp cialis ‘...

With the Euro Attractions Show 2013 on the doorstep, our team of IAAPA Europe is working long days to make sure everything will run smoothly in Paris. Our members...

Between a Rock and a Hard Place or You can’t...

By Greg Van Gompel Related: Thoughts on an Amusement Ride Accident / Thoughts on an Amusement Ride Accident/ California: Requesting Zip Code information from...

Amusement Rides: Operator of Extreme World SCAD charged...

By Greg Van Gompel Related: Pondering safety and legal liability /   Corporate manslaughter laws (UK) and the amusement industry Charles A. Carnell, a 33-year-old...

What is enough time to build a Casino?

By Greg Van Gompel Related:  Are amusement rides part of the real property? / “Busted” at Mall of America – a Lesson in Amusement Park...

Corporate manslaughter laws (UK) and the amusement...

By Steffan Puttnam Related: Are Farm Animal Attractions and Petting Zoos too dangerous for young children?  / Are amusement rides part of the real property? ...