The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania held that, absent allegations of "knowingly furnishing" alcohol to minors, neither university nor national fraternity could be held liable for property damages incurred as a result of a fire allegedly started by a minor student who was served alcoholic beverages at party held in university dormitory and of party hosted by local chapter of fraternity.
Alumni Association v Sullivan, ___ Pa ___ , 572 A2d 1209 (1990).
Jeffrey J. Bresch,
Tort Law - Intoxicating Liquors - Minors - Social Hosts - Universities - National Fraternities,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol29/iss2/9