Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan: From Minamata to Mad Cows

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Routledge, Jul 31, 2004 - Business & Economics - 328 pages
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Developing insights from a number of disciplines and with a details analysis of legislation, case law and academic theory, Product Safety and Liability Law in Japan contributes significantly to the understanding of contemporary Japan, its consumers and its law. It is also of practical use to all professionals exposed to product liability regimes evolving in Japan and other major economies.
 

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Contents

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Reorienting Japan and its
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The stillbirth and rebirth of product liability in Japan
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Comparing the PL Law with other strict liability regimes in Europe
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reformulation reform and reregulation
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Dr Luke Nottage is a Senior Lecturer at Sydney University Law Faculty and founding Co-director of the Australian Network for Japanese Law. He has practised law in Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

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