Business Torts: A Fifty-state Guide
There is a great wealth of diversity in the business tort laws of allfifty states and the District of Columbia. In addition to the very significantdifferences in the statutes of limitation, other significant differencesinclude:Some states have not recognized a cause of action for negligent interferencewith an economic advantage.Negligent misrepresentation in one state is limited to claims against personsin the business of supplying information to others.One state recognizes a cause of action for "strict responsibilitymisrepresentation."Another state recognizes claims of "prima facie tort" for wrongs that do notfit into traditional tort categories.And these are only a few examples of the more significant differences.The new 2013 Edition of Business Torts: A Fifty-State Guidehelps you quickly assess the merits and pitfalls of litigation in any givenjurisdiction allowing you to make the best decisions for your clients.
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