Prosser, Wade, and Schwartz's torts: cases and materials

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Foundation Press, Jun 1, 2005 - Law - 1237 pages
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Combining excellence in scholarship and ease of use, this best-selling casebook engages readers in and encourages critical thinking about tort law with its compelling stories, crisply edited classic tort cases, and discussion of legislation and new public policy. Unbiased in its approach and organized in manageable sections of information, the casebook expands law students? understanding of tort law doctrine and rationale with helpful notes, memorable cases and statutes, and discussion of topics such as the increasing influence of legislatures on the common law of torts.

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Contents

TABLE or CASES
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Chapter
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Intentional Interference With Person or Property
17
Copyright

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