Is "Barbershop Advice" an actual legal term, and is there precedent for
it's use in the courts? If so, could you supply a link please.
I just do what the lawyer tells me to do to reduce risk as much as
possible... The entire issue is not fun-- I increase my lawsuit risk,
while at the same time increasing the chances of getting shot by some
non legal farmer, all for my hobby, and I am not even breaking any laws,
or FCC rules to boot. A very messy place, but I love ham radio as a
hobby and I am not going to give it up...
Thanks and 73's,
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On Fri, 2014-07-25 at 01:35 +0000, email@example.com wrote:
> > There are other things the lawyer advised not to suggest, such as
> > telling light selling outlet that a certain type of light is RF
> > quiet,
> > even if we can't see any RFI, and even if it is RFI quiet-- if we
> > are
> > wrong, then we could be sued for telling them it was clean when it
> > was
> > not,
> Lawsuit? Not likely. It's called "Barbershop Advice" and a person
> should not be held liable for giving that kind of advice....run through
> courts many years ago.
> OTOH, if the advice is paid, professional advice, and the advice was
> perhaps causing harm, destruction of property, etc, then that's a
> liability issue.
> Advice given on these email "reflectors" is Barbershop Advice.
> Charlie, N0TT
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