Product Liability Desk Reference, 2013 Edition
On the front lines of product liability disputes, successful litigationplanning begins with immediate access to the product liability laws ofvarious jurisdictions--plus an understanding of the countless differencesamong them. That's exactly what you get with the thoroughly up-to-date andexpanded edition of Product Liability Desk Reference, 2013 Edition, edited by Morton F. Daller.Whether you represent the plaintiff or defendant, the Product LiabilityDesk Reference, 2013 Edition is a comprehensive resource thatprovides the most recent statutory and case law developments on productliability laws for each of the fifty states and the District of Columbia.With coverage that is clear and concise, you will be able to make an initialassessment of the strengths and weaknesses of your case across jurisdictions.Practitioner-oriented, and written by leading state experts, each chaptersummarizes the variants and developments particular to a specific statejurisdiction, resulting in a text that will assist you in making criticalchoices in product liability disputes wherever they arise.You'll find detailed coverage of each state's standards regarding:Causes of actionStatutes of limitation and reposeStrict liabilityNegligenceBreach of WarrantyPunitive damagesWrongful deathPre- and post-judgment interestEmployer immunity from suitJoint and severable liabilityRelevant statutes to product liability actions.
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