Torts: Keyed to Courses Using Franklin, Rabin, and Greens Tort Law and Alternatives
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accident actual malice Affirmed alleged allegedly Amendment ANALYSIS The court another’s breach cause of action claim constitute contract court granted damages award dangerous DC Comics defamatory defendant demonstrate under simi DISSENT doctrine duty duty of care emotional distress evidence FACT SUMMARY failure foreseeable Gelstein harm hatred or ridicule HOLDING AND DECISION hospital immunity individual infliction of emotional insurer invasion of privacy ISSUE jury lar conditions libel Liberman manufacturer matter of law medical malpractice N.Y. Ct NATURE NEGLIGENCE Conduct falling negligent act occupation or business occurred owner person to scorn person would demonstrate personal injury physical injury plaintiff privilege products liability protection proximately caused punitive damages Quicknotes reasonable person recovery res ipsa loquitur result Reversed and remanded risk RULE OF LAW standard statement statute strict liability sued suit summary judgment third party tion tortfeasor Torts trespass trial court verdict violation warn wrongful