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An alternative view of refining comparative fault in Florida. Little, Joseph W. Jul 1, 2015 3815
The (hot) dog days of summer: Missouri's "baseball rule" takes a strike. Freeman, Ross H. Mar 22, 2015 9452
Refining comparative fault in Florida: a causation theory for apportioning vault. Brodsky, Benjamin H. Jan 1, 2015 6272
Slightly-gross: South Dakota's addiction to a bad comparative negligence law and the need for change. Hagg, Harrison Ford Mar 22, 2014 21602
The enhanced injury doctrine: how the theory of liability is addressed in a comparative fault world. Reynolds, Charles E.; Costello, Shane T. Apr 1, 2012 5342
Forewarned: sports, torts, and New York's dangerous assumption. Pomerance, Benjamin P. Jan 1, 2012 23863
Respondeat superior as an affirmative defense: how employers immunize themselves from direct negligence claims. Burns, J.J. Feb 1, 2011 13595
The ready answer: settling defendants' dault can't be used to determine joint liability: the Illinois Supreme court held in Ready v United/Goedecke Services that settling defendants are excluded from the joint-and-several-liability equation under section 2-1117. The effect is to leave nonsettling defendants at risk of a higher payout. Mueller, David B.; Wolfe, Jennifer L. Jun 1, 2009 3623
A comparative fault defense in contract law. Porat, Ariel Jun 1, 2009 8139
The reexamination clause: exploring bifurcation in mass tort litigation: analyzing the constitutional hurdle to bifurcated trials. Taber, W. Russell Jan 1, 2006 11510
The vanishing doctrine of implied indemnity in maritime actions: maritime law has evolved to shape the needs of a changing society, and the Supreme Court has made serious inroads in simplifying the law. Holland, Michael J. Apr 1, 2005 6796
Toxic apportionment: a causation and risk contribution model. Boston, Gerald W. Jun 22, 1995 55417

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