Libro LANDMARK CASES IN THE LAW OF TORT en formato PDF y epub, trata sobre Derecho y tiene 408 paginas en español, escrito de la mano de CHARLES (ED.) MITCHELL; PAUL (ED.) MITCHELL , 2016 mediante la editorial BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING LTD.
Landmark Cases in the Law of Tort contains thirteen original essays on major tort cases, ranging from the early 19th century to the present.
This is the third volume in a series of essays collected on emblematic cases (the two previous volumes dealt with restitution and contract).
The cases examined raise a wide range of important issues in all areas of tort law, including areas as diverse as acts of State and public nuisance, as well as central issues relating to the crime of negligence.
Several of the essays place the cases in their historical context in a way that changes our understanding of the meaning of the case.
Sometimes the focus is on bringing to light previously neglected aspects of cases that have been given less undeserved importance.
Other essays explore the judicial methodologies and techniques that worked to shape the guiding principles of tort law.
Much of tort law revolves around cases, and there are so many cases, that all but the most recent decisions tend to be reduced to concise bills in order to keep the issue manageable.
This collection shows how important it is, despite the constant temptation of understanding, not to lose sight of the contexts and nuances that qualify and enlighten so many prominent authorities.