Torts — Assault and battery — Trial court erred in entering summary judgment for defendant which asserted that it could not be held vicariously liable for intentional torts of assault and battery committed by its employee because the employee’s conduct was outside the scope of his employment where defendant offered no evidence that the employee’s conduct was not undertaken in the performance of his job and motivated by a purpose to serve defendant
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1019a
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