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The casebook, which is organized along traditional doctrinal lines, teaches students how tort law works to resolve disputes in the real world of litigation and settlement negotiations. A teacher can start with intentional torts or with negligence. The first chapter is an overview of trial court procedure in tort cases; the second is a concise treatment of intentional torts and defenses; and the third introduces negligence law with a streamlined treatment of the core breach-of-duty/substandard conduct concept. Subsequent chapters treat the remainder of the prima facie case in negligence, the principal defenses to negligence liability, and some of the basic concepts entailed in multiparty litigation. The book's concluding chapters are basic coverage of medical malpractice, common law strict liability, products liability, and nuisance.
Adam, an Australian journalist, has always had a penchant for the unpredictable and the chaotic. It is no wonder then that among the many places he visits, he falls in love with a part of history-a beautiful old town in South India, then called Fort Cochin. It is an offer by his Australian publishing house to visit and research the culture of old Fort Cochin, which whets his fascination to learn more of the town and its people, culture, literary standing, and dialect. The surprise offer paves the way to a journey that will lead Adam to long-forgotten treasures, unspoken stories, life-changing decisions, and long-standing friends. Follow Adam on a nostalgic journey of destiny and discovery. What sort of treasure will Adam find under the floorboards of the old town house in South India-a house built decades ago in the era of Dutch occupancy? Despite the judgment of his very clear-headed friends, and adversity in all shape and form, will Adam fulfill his quest and prove that this was no freak accident after all?
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