Concise hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Preface Introduction Julian Felipe's case From old to new: a primer on the rise of product liability Threshold issues for modern products liability "Non-strict" theories of products liability "Strict liability": who may sue whom? The plantiff's case: strict liability for manufacturing defects The plantiff's case: strict liability for design defects The plantiff's case: strict liability for informational defects The plantiff's case: causation The defendant's case: affirmative defenses to defective claims The defendant's case: causation and other people's behavior The defendant's case: other affirmative defenses Damages Special types of product litigation: toxic substances and class actions The defendant's case: federal jurisdiction Alternative approaches to ensuring product safety.
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Revision of: Krauss, Michael (Michael I.). Principles of products liability. Second edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,