Understanding Torts

ISBN-13: 9781531009755
ISBN-10: 1531009751
Edition: 6
Author: Lawrence C. Levine, John L. Diamond, Anita Bernstein
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Carolina Academic Pr
Format: Paperback 381 pages
Category: Law
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ISBN-13: 9781531009755
ISBN-10: 1531009751
Edition: 6
Author: Lawrence C. Levine, John L. Diamond, Anita Bernstein
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Carolina Academic Pr
Format: Paperback 381 pages
Category: Law

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Acknowledged authors Lawrence C. Levine , John L. Diamond , Anita Bernstein wrote Understanding Torts comprising 381 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1531009751 and 9781531009755. Since then Understanding Torts textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 21.85 or rent at the marketplace.

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This Understanding treatise is the perfect complement to first-year tort courses and is suitable for use with any tort casebook. Concise and authoritative, Understanding Torts features:

Comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of intentional torts, privileges, negligence, cause-in-fact, proximate cause, defenses, joint and several liability, damages, strict liability, products liability, economic torts, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, defamation, and invasion of privacy; Judicious use of footnotes to provide full, but not overwhelming, primary and secondary support for textual propositions; Clear organization and writing to enhance understanding of basic concepts and major cases covered in a torts course; and In-depth analysis of topics that generate the greatest confusion and controversy. This edition includes explanation and analysis of new Restatement (Third) Intentional Tort provisions including battery, assault, false imprisonment, and transferred intent as well as proposed new Intentional Economic Tort provisions. The text also includes United States Supreme Court developments limiting punitive damages and other new case law.

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