Whether you’re on the ski lift, moving down the slope, or waiting at the bottom of the mountain, you’re engaged in the act of skiing, a lawyer for a Pennsylvania ski resort told the state Supreme Court justices last week.

It’s all part of the risk inherent to the sport of skiing, Gerard J. Cipriani of Cipriani & Werner said. And those are risks for which the resort should not be liable under the state’s Responsible Skier Act.

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