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7 steps to limit liquor liability

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You've heard the horror story. A company hosts an event at which alcohol is served. An attendee overindulges, gets in his car, and drives straight into oncoming traffic on the highway, killing a family of four. Surviving relatives sue for damages, naming everyone connected to the event in the suit, including the host facility, the caterer, and the host organization. How do you avoid a tragedy like this?
The only way to eliminate liquor liability is to eliminate alcohol from your event. But if that's not an option — and often it's not — here are steps you can take to keep your attendees from overindulging and to reduce liquor-liability risk.

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