Mesiar V. Heckman - Supreme Court of Alaska

Mesiar V. Heckman

By Supreme Court of Alaska

  • Release Date - Published: 1998-09-11
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Supreme Court of Alaska
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Art Heckman, Fred Lamont, and Martin Kelley (collectively Heckman) engage in commercial or subsistence fishing on the Yukon River drainage; on behalf of themselves and similarly situated resource users, they sued David Mesiar and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (collectively ADF & G) for negligent operation of a sonar fish counter that ADF & G relied on to make fisheries closure decisions for the Yukon River drainage during the 1994 fishing season. The main issues presented are whether ADF & G owes Heckman an actionable duty to use reasonable care in fisheries data collection and management, and, alternatively, whether ADF & G is immune from tort liability for negligent data collection. We conclude that ADF & G owes no actionable duty to Heckman and do not reach the immunity question.

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