When ruling on whether an employee acts within the scope of employment for purposes of respondeat superior, a court may consider whether the conduct: 1.) takes place primarily within the employer's authorized time and space restrictions; 2.) is of the type that the employee is hired to perform; and 3.) is motivated by the employee's intent to serve the employer.
Nathans v. Offerman
U.S. District Court
February 18, 2013
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