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Mastering Products Liability is a clear, concise discussion of the law of Products Liability. It contains a short history of the development of that area, but focuses on the current issues. Since products liability may be based on negligence, strict liability and warranty claims, those topics are covered in depth. In addition, traditional claims in misrepresentation are also covered in the text.
This work will not only be an invaluable resource for students taking a course in Products Liability, it will also provide valuable information for students covering the products liability material in the basic torts class.
This book is part of the Carolina Academic Press Mastering Series edited by Russell L. Weaver, University of Louisville School of Law.
Ch. 1 History and Background of Products Liability 3
Ch. 2 Negligence 21
Ch. 3 Strict Liability in Tort 29
Ch. 4 Warranty 43
Ch. 5 Misrepresentation 63
Ch. 6 Parties 71
Ch. 7 Manufacture 93
Ch. 8 Design 99
Ch. 9 Warning 109
Ch. 10 Causation 117
Ch. 11 Additional Proof Problems 125
Ch. 12 Defenses 135
Ch. 13 Damages 143
Mastering Products Liability Checklist 149