The Torts Process
While updating this popular casebook for its Sixth Edition, the authors maintained the qualities that have made it so successful. Still highlighting ... Show synopsis While updating this popular casebook for its Sixth Edition, the authors maintained the qualities that have made it so successful. Still highlighting the system by which torts are adjudicated, The Torts Process remains carefully balanced in outlook and exceptionally student-friendly in presentation.The features praised by long-time users are all retained: - the effective problems approach that challenges student understanding through the use of both theoretical and real-life situations - superior explanation of the overarching structure and organization of tort law, conveyed by a clear, balanced presentation - a lively mix of problems, cases, excerpts, notes, and questions to hold student interest - a straightforward Teacher's Manual, refined through years of use, with a sample syllabus and guidance on the most effective use of the problemsThoroughly revised to reflect developments in the law, The Torts Process, Sixth Edition, now offers: - expanded coverage of products liability, designed especially for first-year classes by James A. Henderson, who is one of the reporters for the Restatement of the law of Third Products Liability - revised "Law and Behavior" continuing notes to include the latest in behavioral science and law research - treatment of the American Law Institute's May 2002 Restatement of the Law Third, Torts: Apportionment of Liability - current coverage of defamation and privacy - recent U.S. Supreme Court cases, including Daubert - new problems integrated with the best from previous editions for the convenience of instructors, problems deleted from the text can now be found in the Teacher's ManualThis classic casebook earned a reputation forauthority, currency, and classroom effectiveness. Be sure to review The Torts Process, Sixth Edition, before you select materials for your next course.