Problem Gamblers and the Duty of Care: A Response to Sasso and Kalajdzic

Citation data:

Gaming Law Review and Economics. Volume 11, Issue 5 (2007), p. 554-571.

Publication Year:
2007
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.osgoode.yorku.ca/scholarly_works/1101
Author(s):
Cameron, Jamie
Tags:
duty of care; Gambling; gambling losses; gaming venues; Kalajdzic; liability; province; Sasso; duty of care; Gambling; gambling losses; gaming venues; Kalajdzic; liability; province; Sasso
article description
Problem Gamblers, by Sasso and Kalajdzic, asks whether the province and its gaming venues can be held liable for the losses of those who do not or cannot control their gambling impulses. This article provides a counterpoint to Problem Gamblers. Specifically, it examines the soundness of Sasso and Kalajdzic’s claim that the province and its gaming venues can be held responsible for gambling losses.