Tuesday, April 6, 2010
The summary provides:
This succinct e-book on tort reform reveals one of the most important recent movements in the civil justice field. It begins with a brief overview of central themes and issues and then presents a series of original essays and comments by preeminent scholars, lawyers, and leaders in tort reform. The essays are followed by fictional narratives written from the standpoint of plaintiffs, defendants, and policymakers; a simulation; and a selection of carefully edited articles, government documents, interest group position papers, and cases. Comments, notes, and questions are interspersed throughout the text.
The book includes essays by Victor Schwartz, Erwin Chemerinsky, Pamela Gilbert, Neil Vidmar, Mike Rustad, Stephen Sugarman, Aaron Twerski, Martha Chamallas, Jeff O'Connell and TortsProf's own Chris Robinette, among others.