High court case summaries. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Alphabetical table of cases Chapter One. Tort Law: Aims, Approaches, and Processes Chapter Three. Establishing a Claim for Intentional Tort to Person or Property Chapter Four. Defenses to Intentional Torts: Privileges Chapter Five. Duty Chapter Six. Breach of Duty Chapter Seven. Harm and Factual Cause Chapter Eight. Scope of Liability (Proximate Cause) Chapter Nine. Fault of the Plaintiff Chapter Ten. Assumption of the Risk Chapter Eleven. Defenses Not on the Merits Chapter Twelve. Carriers, Host-Drivers, and Landowners Chapter Thirteen. Duties of Medical and Other Professionals Chapter Fourteen. Family Members and Charities Chapter Fifteen. Governmental Entities, Officers, and Employees Chapter Sixteen. Nonfeasance Chapter Seventeen. Contract and Duty Chapter Eighteen. The Duty to Protect from Third Persons Chapter Nineteen. Emotional Harm Chapter Twenty. Prenatal Harms Chapter Twenty-One. Wrongful Death and Survival Actions Chapter Twenty-Two. Vicarious Liability Chapter Twenty-Three. Common Law Strict Liability Chapter Twenty-Four. Tort Liability for Defective Products Chapter Twenty-Five. Settlement and Apportionment Chapter Twenty-Six. Damages Chapter Twenty-Eight. Workers' Compensation Chapter Twenty-Nine. Public Compensation Systems, Including Social Security Chapter Thirty. Private Insurance Solutions Chapter Thirty-Two. Communication of Personally Harmful Impressions to Others Chapter Thirty-Three. Communication of Commercially Harmful Impressions to Others Chapter Thirty-Four. Misrepresentation and Other Misdealings.
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Revision of: High court case summaries. Torts : keyed to Dobbs, Hayden, and Bublick's casebook on torts law, 7th edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,