Is there an enhanced level of liability against matchmaking/ dating offline services running criminal background checks vs those offline services which don't? Thx!
2 Answers from Attorneys
Arguably the firms that offer background checks as part of their matchmaking service would be subject to a higher standard of care in screening the people they introduce to clients. Whether one has a valid claim against such service requires a review of all relevant facts and circumstances, including their service agreement.
The service determines the level of responsibility and commitment. The more exclusive you make it sound and appear, the higher your exposure and requirement for thoroughness.
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