Practical Global Tort Litigation: U. S. , Germany and Argentina / Edition 1by Andrew J. McClurg, Luis Eduardo Sprovieri, Adem Koyuncu, Luis E. Sprovieri, Adem Koyuncu
Pub. Date: 04/30/2007
Publisher: Carolina Academic Press
Using a shattering glass food container as the vehicle, the book compares how a prototypical products liability case would be handled in the U.S. common law system and/i>
The first entry in the Contextual Approach Series to comparative law, Practical Global Tort Litigation takes readers on a journey through a tort case in the U.S., Germany, and Argentina.
Using a shattering glass food container as the vehicle, the book compares how a prototypical products liability case would be handled in the U.S. common law system and representative civil law nations in Europe and Latin America. The book analyzes from a real world perspective issues such as fact gathering and presentation, expert witnesses, burdens of proof, theories of recovery and defenses, and damages and attorneys' fees.
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- 5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)
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