Practice point: To recover damages for failure to provide adequate supervision, plaintiff must demonstrate that the school was on notice, such that a third-party's acts could reasonably have been anticipated.
Students should note that the impulsive act of a fellow student ordinarily will not give rise to a finding of negligence.
Gomez v. Floral Park-Bellrose Union Free
Slip Op 03028 (2d School Dist., NY Dept. 2011).
Monday's issue is summary judgment.