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Student, who was stabbed during altercation with another student, brought negligence action against business school, alleging it breached its duty to protect him from dangerous conduct of other student. The Supreme Court, Albany County, Keegan, J., granted school’s motion for summary judgment. Student appealed. The Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Mikoll, J.P., held that: (1) nondegree granting business school was functional equivalent of college such that it was not a guarantor or insurer of safety of its students, and (2) school was not on notice of likelihood of dangerous conduct by other student.
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