Smart-Party Planning Tips

Planning a party this holiday season? Make sure you know your responsibilities and your potential liabilities.

Most people enjoy a good holiday party. It’s a chance to relax and unwind from workaday and seasonal pressures. Friends, music, games and egg nog can make for a perfect party.

As a host, you should know how to maintain control and ensure the safety of your guests. You need to be aware of “provider liability” – the legal concept that says hosts may be held liable if intoxicated guests should come to harm or cause harm in the aftermath of a party.

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