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9780314259585

Cases and Materials on the Law of Torts

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-05-30
  • Publisher: West Group

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Covers the evolution of the basic building blocks of modern tort law. Includes revised chapters on product liability, insurance, and non-tort alternatives. Minimally edited cases make this edition a good vehicle for teaching first-year students the essential techniques of case analysis and legal method. Includes chapters on negligence, causation and plaintiff's conduct as a contributing cause, nuisance, misrepresentation and tortious interference with contract and prospective contract, false imprisonment and misuse of legal process, constitutional torts, and immunities.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Table of Cases
xxiii
Introduction
1(31)
General
1(31)
Some Early History
1(4)
The Aims of the Law of Torts
5(1)
The Theoretical Structure of Tort Law and Its Capacity to Expand to Cover New Situations
6(2)
Roberson v. Rochester Folding Box Co.
8(7)
Notes
15(2)
The Historical Development of the Modern Law of Torts---Development of the Concept of ``Fault''
17(7)
The Case of Thorns
24(1)
Note
24(1)
Weaver v. Ward
25(1)
Brown v. Kendall
25(4)
Notes
29(3)
Intentional Torts
32(75)
The Concept of ``Intent''
32(9)
Notes
32(2)
Jackson v. Brantley
34(3)
Notes
37(1)
Beauchamp v. Dow Chemical Company
38(2)
Notes
40(1)
Battery and Assault
41(11)
Masters v. Becker
41(1)
Notes
42(2)
Brzoska v. Olson
44(5)
Notes
49(1)
Dickens v. Puryear
49(2)
Notes
51(1)
Transferred Intent
52(3)
Singer v. Marx
52(2)
Notes
54(1)
Trespass to Land
55(5)
General
55(2)
Privileged Entries Upon the Land of Another
57(1)
Variant Situations
57(1)
Extent of the Interest Protected
57(3)
Trespass to Chattels
60(2)
General
60(1)
Relationship to Conversion
60(2)
Defenses
62(45)
Insanity
62(1)
White v. Muniz
62(4)
Notes
66(1)
Consent
67(1)
Hellriegel v. Tholl
67(4)
Notes
71(2)
Mulloy v. Hop Sang
73(1)
Notes
74(7)
Self--Defense
81(1)
Defense of Person
81(1)
Lane v. Holloway
81(2)
Notes
83(1)
Silas v. Bowen
84(3)
Notes
87(2)
Defense of Property
89(1)
Brown v. Martinez
89(4)
Notes
93(2)
Discipline
95(1)
Necessity
96(1)
Public Necessity
96(3)
Private Necessity
99(1)
Ploof v. Putnam
99(2)
Note
101(1)
Vincent v. Lake Erie Transportation Co.
101(3)
Notes
104(3)
Negligence
107(132)
Historical Development
107(1)
The Plaintiff's Prima Facie Case
108(2)
The Standard of Care
110(129)
The Reasonable ``Person''
110(1)
Vaughan v. Menlove
110(4)
Notes
114(1)
Delair v. McAdoo
115(2)
Notes
117(1)
Variations on the ``Reasonable `Man' '' Standard
117(1)
Charbonneau v. MacRury
117(7)
Notes
124(1)
Goss v. Allen
125(4)
Notes
129(4)
Haley v. London Electricity Board
133(3)
Notes
136(1)
The Calculus of Risk
137(1)
Barker v. City of Philadelphia
137(3)
Notes
140(1)
United States v. Carroll Towing Co.
140(2)
Notes
142(3)
Restatement (Second) of Torts (1965)
145(1)
Pitre v. Employers Liability Assurance Corp.
145(4)
Notes
149(1)
Establishment of the Standard of Care: The Function of the Judge and the Jury
150(8)
Establishment of the Standard of Care by the Legislature: Violation of Statute
158(1)
Martin v. Herzog
158(3)
Notes
161(2)
Brown v. Shyne
163(4)
Notes
167(2)
Tedla v. Ellman
169(4)
Barnum v. Williams
173(5)
Notes
178(2)
Proof of Negligence; the Use of Custom and Expert Testimony
180(1)
General
180(2)
Effect of Evidence of Custom
182(1)
Dempsey v. Addison Crane Co.
182(3)
Notes
185(1)
Malpractice
186(1)
Shilkret v. Annapolis Emergency Hospital Association
186(7)
Notes
193(1)
Helling v. Carey
194(4)
Notes
198(3)
Miller v. Kennedy
201(7)
Notes
208(4)
The Use of Circumstantial Evidence: ``Res Ipsa Loquitur''
212(1)
Historical Roots
212(1)
Byrne v. Boadle
212(4)
Notes
216(1)
The Modern Doctrine
217(1)
George Foltis, Inc. v. City of New York
217(7)
Note
224(1)
Swiney v. Malone Freight Lines
225(4)
Notes
229(2)
Some Special Applications of the Doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur
231(1)
Ybarra v. Spangard
231(5)
Notes
236(3)
Causation
239(105)
Cause in Fact---The But For Test and the Notion of ``Substantial Cause''
239(32)
General
239(2)
The Cases
241(1)
Kingston v. Chicago & Northwest Railway Co.
241(3)
Note
244(1)
Kramer Service v. Wilkins
244(3)
Note
247(1)
Daly v. Bergstedt
247(4)
Notes
251(1)
Summers v. Tice
252(4)
Notes
256(5)
Hotson v. East Berkshire Area Health Authority
261(8)
Note
269(2)
Proximate Cause
271(62)
In re An Arbitration Between Polemis and Furness, Withy & Co., Ltd.
271(5)
Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad
276(8)
Notes
284(2)
Overseas Tankship (U.K.) Ltd. v. Mort's Dock & Engineering Co., Ltd. (The Wagon Mound)
286(11)
Notes
297(1)
Hughes v. Lord Advocate
298(4)
Notes
302(1)
Doughty v. Turner Manufacturing Co.
302(5)
Notes
307(1)
Petition of Kinsman Transit Co.
307(11)
Notes
318(2)
Overseas Tankship (U.K.) Ltd. v. The Miller Steamship Co. Pty. (The Wagon Mound No. 2)
320(7)
Notes
327(6)
Intervening Causes as Superseding Causes
333(11)
Glasgow Realty Co. v. Metcalfe
333(2)
Notes
335(1)
Brauer v. New York Central & Hudson River Railroad
336(2)
Notes
338(6)
Others' Conduct as a Contributing Cause
344(113)
Contributory Negligence
344(6)
Butterfield v. Forrester
345(1)
Notes
346(1)
Smithwick v. Hall & Upson Co.
347(3)
Note
350(1)
Comparative Negligence
350(32)
Historical Background
350(1)
The Tide of Judicial Change
351(1)
Hoffman v. Jones
351(10)
Notes
361(1)
Bradley v. Appalachian Power Co.
362(6)
Some Representative Statutes
368(1)
The Federal Employers Liability Act of 1908
368(1)
Arkansas Code of 1987 Annotated
368(1)
New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (McKinney)
369(1)
Wisconsin Statutes Annotated (West)
369(1)
Law Reform (Contributory Negligence) Act of 1945
369(1)
Notes
370(1)
Some Problems That Have Arisen in the Application of Comparative Negligence
371(2)
Martel v. Montana Power Co.
373(3)
Notes
376(4)
Last Clear Chance
380(1)
Restatement (Second) of Torts (1965)
380(1)
Notes
381(1)
Assumption of the Risk
382(22)
LaFrenz v. Lake County Fair Board
382(4)
Notes
386(3)
Herod v. Grant
389(1)
Notes
390(1)
Jones v. Three Rivers Management Corp.
391(4)
Notes
395(1)
Auckenthaler v. Grundmeyer
396(6)
Notes
402(2)
Avoidable Consequences, the ``Seat Belt'' Defense, and Mitigation of Damages
404(2)
Responsibility of Multiple Parties, Including the Plaintiff
406(25)
Introduction and Definitions
406(1)
Vicarious Liability
407(6)
Indemnity
413(1)
Imputed Contributory/Comparative Negligence
414(2)
Joint and Several Liability
416(8)
Contribution Among Joint Tortfeasors
424(1)
Uniform Contribution Among Tortfeasors Act
424(2)
Notes
426(4)
Tying It All Together
430(1)
Problem
430(1)
Group Liability
431(26)
Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories
431(12)
Notes
443(3)
Shackil v. Lederle Laboratories
446(8)
Notes
454(3)
Special Situations
457(167)
The Failure to Aid
458(50)
General
458(1)
Yania v. Bigan
458(2)
Notes
460(4)
``Special'' Relationships
464(1)
Restatement (Second) of Torts (1965)
464(1)
Notes
465(1)
Posecai v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
466(5)
Notes
471(2)
Farwell v. Keaton
473(4)
Notes
477(2)
Thompson v. County of Alameda
479(9)
Notes
488(3)
Eisel v. Board of Education of Montgomery County
491(7)
Notes
498(1)
The ``Duty'' of Those Whose Conduct Has Injured or Threatened Injury to Others
498(1)
The ``Duty'' of a Volunteer Rescuer
499(1)
Parvi v. City of Kingston
499(4)
Notes
503(5)
Owners and Occupiers of Land
508(32)
Lunney v. Post
508(5)
Notes
513(1)
Nelson v. Freeland
514(9)
Notes
523(3)
Bennett v. Stanley
526(6)
Notes
532(2)
Sargent v. Ross
534(4)
Notes
538(2)
Special Immunities
540(15)
Charitable Immunity
540(3)
Interspousal Immunity
543(1)
Notes
543(3)
Parent-Child Immunity
546(1)
Brunner v. Hutchinson Division, Lear-Siegler, Inc.
546(6)
Notes
552(3)
Governmental Immunities
555(32)
Suits Against the United States
555(1)
I.M. Gotlieb, Tort Claims Against the United States
555(1)
Notes
556(1)
The ``Federal Tort Claims Act''
557(1)
Notes
558(3)
Laird v. Nelms
561(4)
Notes
565(3)
Suits Against the States
568(3)
California Government Code Annotated (West)
571(3)
Notes
574(1)
Suits Against Other Governmental Entities
575(1)
Tipton v. Town of Tabor
575(8)
Notes
583(4)
Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
587(37)
Dziokonski v. Babineau
587(8)
Notes
595(8)
Molien v. Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
603(10)
Notes
613(2)
Boyles v. Kerr
615(7)
Notes
622(2)
Strict Liability
624(55)
Animals
624(7)
Duren v. Kunkel
624(3)
Notes
627(4)
Dangerous Activities
631(48)
Fletcher v. Rylands
631(3)
Rylands v. Fletcher
634(3)
Notes
637(2)
Losee v. Buchanan
639(3)
Notes
642(2)
Restatement of Torts (1938)
644(1)
Notes
644(1)
Restatement (Second) of Torts, Tentative Draft No. 10 (1964)
645(2)
Notes
647(1)
Restatement (Second) of Torts (1977)
647(1)
Klein v. Pyrodyne Corp.
648(7)
Notes
655(1)
Indiana Harbor Belt R.R. Co. v. American Cyanamid Co.
656(7)
Notes
663(8)
Foster v. Preston Mill Co.
671(4)
Notes
675(4)
Products Liability
679(136)
Negligence Actions---Overcoming the Privity Barrier
679(11)
Thomas v. Winchester
679(3)
Notes
682(2)
MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co.
684(4)
Notes
688(2)
Strict Liability
690(1)
Contractually Based Remedies---Breach of Warranty
690(8)
Introduction
690(1)
General Background
691(1)
Current State of the Law
692(1)
Uniform Commercial Code (1966)
692(2)
Notes
694(4)
Strict (Defect) Liability in Torts
698(9)
Historical Development
698(1)
Greenman v. Yuba Power Products, Inc.
699(3)
Restatement (Second) of Torts (1965)
702(1)
Plaintiffs and Defendants
703(1)
Defining a Defect
704(2)
Restatement (Third) of Torts: Products Liability (1997)
706(1)
Types of Defects
707(73)
Manufacturing Defects
707(1)
Whitted v. General Motors Corporation
707(3)
Notes
710(2)
Design Defects
712(1)
Camacho v. Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
712(7)
Notes
719(4)
Riley v. Becton Dickson Vascular Access, Inc.
723(9)
Notes
732(5)
Grundberg v. Upjohn Co.
737(9)
Notes
746(2)
Warning Defects
748(1)
Johnson v. American Cyanamid Co.
748(7)
Notes
755(6)
Burke v. Spartanics Ltd.
761(6)
Notes
767(4)
Feldman v. Lederle Laboratories
771(6)
Notes
777(3)
The Parties and Interests Covered by Products Liability
780(5)
Admissibility of Expert Testimony to Prove Defect and Causation
785(10)
Kumho Tire Co., Ltd. v. Carmichael
785(8)
Notes
793(2)
Defenses
795(14)
Plaintiff's Behavior
795(3)
Pre-emption
798(1)
Geier v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
798(7)
Notes
805(2)
Compliance With Regulations
807(1)
Government Contractors
808(1)
Relevant Statutes
809(2)
Products Liability in the European Community and Japan
811(4)
The European Economic Union Directive
811(2)
Japan
813(1)
Comparison of European, Japanese and American Approaches
814(1)
Damages in Nonfatal Injury Cases
815(89)
Introduction, and a Damage Problem
815(6)
Compensatory Damages for Nonfatal Personal Injury
821(32)
Basic Theories Behind Compensatory Damages
821(2)
Categories of Compensable Damages
823(2)
The Interaction of Damages With Liability
825(1)
Jury Decisionmaking About Damages
825(1)
Lost Earnings Versus Lost Earning Capacity
826(5)
Loss of Earning Capacity for Non-Wage-Earners
831(1)
Medical and Rehabilitative Expenses
832(2)
The Collateral Source Rule
834(3)
Present Value, Inflation, and Taxes
837(4)
Prejudgment Interest
841(1)
Professional Responsibility Considerations
842(3)
Mass Tort: Scheduled Damages
845(2)
Preexisting Injuries, Aggravation of Injury, and Intervening Injuries
847(1)
The Aim of Rehabilitation, and the Plaintiff's Obligation to Mitigate Damages
848(3)
Judicial Control of Damage Awards, and a Comparative Approach to Assessing Damages
851(2)
Loss of Consortium in Nonfatal Cases
853(17)
Spousal Consortium and Loss of Household Services
854(4)
Parent-Child, Child-Parent Consortium
858(1)
Roberts v. Williamson
858(12)
Theoretical and Practical Issues Relating to Nonpecuniary Damages
870(23)
McDougald v. Garber
870(7)
Guidelines for Assessment and Methods of Argument
877(2)
Risks and Fears of Incurring Loss in the Future
879(6)
Critiques of Compensation for Nonpecuniary Damages
885(3)
The Insurance Theory Attack on Nonpecuniary Damages
888(2)
Tort Reform Measures Relating to Nonpecuniary Damages
890(3)
The American Rule for Attorney's Fees, Fee Shifting, and the Contingency Fee
893(7)
The American Rule Versus Loser-Pays
893(4)
The Contingency Fee
897(3)
Lump-Sum, Periodic Payment, and Structured Settlements
900(4)
Punitive Damages; Fatal Injuries; Birth-Related Tort Claims
904(59)
Punitive Damages
904(32)
The Common Law Approach
904(1)
Proving Punitive Damages when the Defendant is a Corporation
905(1)
Case Problems
905(2)
The Debate Over Punitive Damages, and Data from the Debate
907(1)
Excessiveness, Frequency, and Unpredictability
908(3)
The Effect of Punitive Damages on Settlement
911(2)
The Effect of Post-Trial Procedures on Punitive Damages
913(1)
The Wealth of the Defendant
913(1)
Multiple Punitive Damages Awards for the Same Course of Conduct
914(2)
Constitutional Challenges
916(2)
State Farm Mutual Auto. Ins. Co. v. Campbell
918(15)
Notes
933(1)
Legislative Modifications
933(2)
Punitive Damages and Insurance
935(1)
Taxation of Punitive Damages
935(1)
English Law
936(1)
Death-Related Tort Claims
936(16)
Introduction
936(2)
Categories of Losses
938(1)
Losses Relating to Earning Capacity or Wealth
938(2)
Loss of Services That Have a Market Replacement, and Losses That Have No Market Replacement
940(1)
Green v. Bittner
941(7)
Notes
948(4)
Birth--Related Tort Claims
952(11)
When the Child is Born Alive But With a Disability Resulting From the Tortfeasor's Conduct
952(6)
When There Is No Live Birth
958(1)
Bystander Emotional Distress
958(1)
Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life
958(1)
Wrongful Birth
959(1)
The Child's Wrongful Life Claim
960(1)
Healthy But Unplanned Children
961(1)
Legislative Action
961(2)
Liability Insurance
963(30)
The Duty to Defend and the Duty to Indemnify
964(11)
North Star Mutual Insurance Co. v. R.W.
964(3)
Notes
967(8)
The Duty to Settle
975(9)
Crisci v. Security Insurance Company of New Haven, Connecticut
975(5)
Notes
980(4)
Other Issues Relating to Liability Insurance
984(9)
Do We ``Overconsume'' Liability Insurance?
984(1)
Kent D. Syverud, On the Demand for Liability Insurance
984(6)
Notes
990(1)
Interaction of Liability Insurance and First-Party Insurance Sources: Subrogation
990(3)
Tort Reform, and Nontort Compensation Programs
993(59)
Introduction
993(1)
Tort Reform
994(24)
General Criticisms of Tort
996(1)
Deterrence
996(1)
Insurance
996(1)
Corrective Justice
997(1)
Empirical Evidence
998(1)
Overcompensating Small Injuries, Undercompensating Large Injuries
998(1)
Vertical Consistency and Horizontal Inconsistency
998(1)
Number of Claims and Size of Verdicts
999(3)
Juries as Decisionmakers on Damages
1002(1)
Juries as Decisionmakers about Expert Scientific and Technical Information
1002(1)
Uncertainty and Overdeterrence
1003(1)
High Transaction Costs
1004(1)
Insurance Availability and Affordability
1004(2)
Legislative Tort Reform
1006(1)
The Reforms
1006(2)
A Tort Reform Problem
1008(3)
The Effects of the Reforms
1011(2)
Constitutional Challenges to Tort Reform Legislation
1013(1)
Legislation Allowing or Encouraging Opting Out of Tort in Exchange for an Alternative Package of Benefits (including the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund)
1014(1)
Opt--Out Plans
1014(1)
The September 11 Victim Compensation Fund
1015(3)
An Introduction to Nontort Compensation Programs
1018(2)
Why Study Nontort Programs?
1018(1)
Program Categories and Purposes
1019(1)
The ``Accident Preference''
1020(1)
Cause-Based Compensation Programs
1020(27)
Workers' Compensation
1021(1)
Fenwick v. Oklahoma State Penitentiary
1021(5)
Notes
1026(11)
Automobile No-Fault
1037(1)
Financial Responsibility and Compulsory Insurance Laws, Unsatisfied Judgment Funds, and Uninsured Motorists Coverage
1037(2)
History of Auto No-Fault
1039(1)
Current Types of Auto No-Fault
1040(2)
Notes
1042(4)
No-Fault Proposals for Medical Injuries and for Mass Tort
1046(1)
Loss-Based Programs and Proposals
1047(5)
Social Security Disability
1047(2)
Comprehensive Loss-Based Compensation: Doing Away With Tort Law; the New Zealand System
1049(3)
Nuisance
1052(32)
Brown v. County Commissioners of Scioto County
1052(5)
Notes
1057(4)
Graceland Corp. v. Consolidated Laundries Corp.
1061(3)
Notes
1064(1)
Impellizerri v. Jamesville Federated Church
1065(1)
Notes
1066(2)
Boomer v. Atlantic Cement Company, Inc.
1068(6)
Notes
1074(3)
Spur Industries, Inc. v. Del E. Webb Development Co.
1077(5)
Notes
1082(2)
Torts for Economic Injury
1084(67)
Introduction to Torts for Economic Injury
1084(1)
The Economic Loss Rule
1085(4)
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
1089(13)
Gibbs v. Breed, Abbott & Morgan
1089(12)
Notes
1101(1)
Misrepresentation: Intentional and Negligent
1102(35)
Introduction
1102(2)
Fraudulent Misrepresentation
1104(1)
T. Street, The Foundations of Legal Liability
1104(2)
VMark Software, Inc. v. EMC Corporation
1106(5)
Notes
1111(7)
Negligent Misrepresentation
1118(1)
Elements and Development
1118(1)
Extent of Liability to Third-Parties
1119(1)
Robert R. Bily v. Arthur Young & Company
1119(14)
Notes
1133(4)
Tortious Interference With Contract and Prospective Contractual Relations
1137(14)
Della Penna v. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
1138(9)
Notes
1147(4)
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
1151(35)
Texas & Pacific Railway v. Jones
1151(1)
Notes
1152(2)
State Rubbish Collectors Association v. Siliznoff
1154(3)
Notes
1157(1)
Korbin v. Berlin
1157(2)
Notes
1159(1)
Paul v. Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc.
1160(6)
Notes
1166(2)
Hustler Magazine v. Falwell
1168(6)
Note
1174(1)
Womack v. Eldridge
1174(2)
Meiter v. Cavanaugh
1176(2)
Hood v. Naeter Brothers Publishing Co.
1178(2)
Notes
1180(3)
Star v. Rabello
1183(1)
Note
1184(2)
Defamation
1186(128)
Common-Law Development
1186(41)
Standifer v. Val Gene Management Services, Inc.
1186(3)
Notes
1189(2)
Jones v. Jones
1191(5)
Notes
1196(3)
Hinsdale v. Orange County Publications, Inc.
1199(3)
Notes
1202(3)
Youssoupoff v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Ltd.
1205(6)
Notes
1211(3)
Burton v. Crowell Publishing Co.
1214(3)
Notes
1217(3)
Fawcett Publications, Inc. v. Morris
1220(5)
Notes
1225(2)
Common-Law Defenses
1227(27)
Crane v. New York World Telegram Corp.
1227(3)
Notes
1230(1)
Lee v. Paulsen
1231(3)
Notes
1234(2)
Watt v. Longsdon
1236(5)
Notes
1241(1)
Barr v. Matteo
1242(7)
Notes
1249(5)
Constitutional Developments
1254(60)
New York Times Co. v. Sullivan
1254(12)
Notes
1266(6)
Gertz v. Robert Welch, Inc.
1272(13)
Notes
1285(4)
Time, Inc. v. Firestone
1289(7)
Notes
1296(2)
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. v. Greenmoss Builders, Inc.
1298(12)
Notes
1310(4)
Privacy
1314(68)
Roberson v. Rochester Folding Box Co.
1314(1)
Notes
1314(4)
Cantrell v. Forest City Publishing Co.
1318(4)
Notes
1322(1)
Nader v. General Motors Corp.
1323(6)
Notes
1329(5)
Galella v. Onassis
1334(5)
Notes
1339(2)
Sidis v. F--R Publishing Corp.
1341(3)
Note
1344(1)
Briscoe v. Reader's Digest Association
1345(5)
Notes
1350(2)
Cox Broadcasting Corp. v. Cohn
1352(6)
Notes
1358(6)
Taggart v. Wadleigh-Maurice Ltd.
1364(5)
Notes
1369(1)
Grant v. Esquire, Inc.
1370(3)
Note
1373(1)
Zacchini v. Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Co.
1374(5)
Notes
1379(3)
False Imprisonment and Misuse of Legal Process
1382(25)
False Imprisonment
1382(10)
Serpico v. Menard, Inc.
1382(4)
Notes
1386(6)
Malicious Prosecution and Related Torts
1392(15)
Boose v. City of Rochester
1392(4)
Notes
1396(2)
Bank of Lyons v. Schultz
1398(2)
Notes
1400(7)
Constitutional Torts
1407(30)
Actions Against State Officials and Others Acting Under ``Color of State Law''
1408(7)
Historical Development
1408(2)
Attorneys Fees and Non--Compensatory Damages
1410(1)
The Role of State Courts and State Law
1411(2)
Actions Based on a Negligence Theory
1413(2)
Actions Against Federal Officials
1415(3)
Immunities
1418(19)
Butz v. Economou
1418(15)
Notes
1433(4)
Index 1437

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