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April 02, 2017


Ricky Greenwald

I'm not convinced that this case substantially changes the therapist's liability for client actions. If the client is at a very high risk of harming random/non-identified people, we already have an obligation to notify the authorities. Hopefully the court will decide that this person's victims were not forseeable (assuming they weren't).

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