Tort law and alternatives: cases and materials

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Foundation Press, 1996 - Law - 1177 pages
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The Sixth Edition of this widely adopted casebook captures the continuing dynamic character of developments in tort law. Highlights include: * A revised chapter on products liability & the material on causation * A new section on tort reform & extensive updating of non-tort alternatives * New developments in such areas as professional liability, negligent infliction of emotional distress, premises liability, defamation & privacy * Survey of tort alternatives * Intentional economic harm.

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Review: Tort Law And Alternatives: Cases And Materials, Eight Edition

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So at first I hated the loooooong "Notes and Questions" sections after each case, but as I understood the doctrines more deeply, I began to appreciate them... I only wish that I had had the time to actually read all of them! Read full review

Review: Tort Law And Alternatives: Cases And Materials, Eight Edition

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Contents

Introduction to Tort Liability
1
The Litigation Process
9
The Negligence Principle
22
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Rabin is A. Calder Mackay Professor of Law at Stanford University.

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