Description - Emerging Issues in Tort Law by Jason Neyers
In this book, articles by leading tort scholars from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States deal with important theoretical and practical issues that are emerging in the law of torts. The articles analyse recent leading developments in areas such as economic negligence, causation, vicarious liability, non-delegable duty, breach of statutory duty, intentional torts, damages, and tort law in the family. They provide a foretaste of the issues that will face tort law in the near future and offer critical viewpoints that should not go unheeded. With its rich breadth of contributors and topics, Emerging Issues in Tort Law will be highly useful to lawyers, judges and academics across the common law world.
Contributors: Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, Kumaralingam Amirthalingam, Peter Benson, Vaughan Black, Peter Cane, Erika Chamberlain, Israel Gilead, Paula Giliker, Rick Glofcheski, Lewis N Klar QC, Michael A Jones, Richard Lewis, John Murphy, Jason W Neyers, Ken Oliphant, David F Partlett, Stephen GA Pitel, Denise Reaume, Robert H Stevens, Andrew Tettenborn, Stephen Todd, Shauna van Praagh, Stephen Waddams, David R Wingfield, Richard W Wright.
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Author Biography - Jason Neyers
Jason W. Neyers is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Western Ontario. Erika Chamberlain is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Western Ontario. Stephen G.A. Pitel is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario. He has been an author or editor of six books in the past four years, including Litigating Conspiracy: An Analysis of Competition Class Actions. His teaching and research is focused on international commercial litigation, torts, civil procedure, and unjust enrichment.