Tort ReformBook - 2006
Tort reformers believe that courts must reduce the scope of defendants' liability in order to avoid economic decline, just as nineteenth-century courts shifted to a fault-based standard in an effort to protect emerging industries. Defenders of the current system reply that the tort-reform movement is an overreaction or, even worse, an attempt to enrich large corporations at the expense of average Americans. This book examines both sides of this debate.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, c2006.
Branch Call Number: TEEN 346.7303 RUSCHMA
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.