Some courts, some of the time, will refuse to enforce a contract. This happens for a number of reasons. This article reviews a recent decision by New York's highest court which examines how to absolve a service provider from its own gross negligence, and also helpfully compares the court's reasoning about an enforceable absolution and an unenforceable attempt at absolution.
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Drafting your contract to immunize you from liability even for gross negligence