• The Bambi Theory Of Liability
  • September 20, 2006 | Author: Lawrence P. Powers
  • Law Firm: Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas - New Brunswick Office
  • "...landscape architects have a duty to advise their clients that deer, being herbivores, will likely consume the expensive plantings they (the architects) specify to be planted on lots which have been carved out of what used to be the pristine habitat of the white-tailed deer. If architect fails to so advise the purchasers of the landscaping....he/she can be found to have breached a standard of care, leaving the cost of replacing the landscaping as the proximately caused harm..."