Joint and several liability: allocation of risk and apportionment of damages
This volume includes coverage of settlement practices, indemnification agtreements, comparative negligence theories, uniform laws and the recent movement for tort reform. Chapters are devoted to products liability, medical malpractice, insurance and environmental protection.
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