Warren's Negligence in the New York Courts
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Warren's Negligence in the New York Courts has been a trusted authority for negligence attorneys practicing in New York for more than 60 years. It is one of the most thorough New York-specific treatises covering the key legal aspects of New York negligence law and important procedural matters for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.
The seven-volume, loose-leaf set has been updated and modernized to better meet the needs of today's contemporary user. Warren's Negligence in the New York Courts, Second Edition includes new chapters on the adoption of commencement by filing procedure in New York, the impact of prior settlements on negligence actions, and clothing and toys as particular instrumentalities in negligence cases.
Logically organized, Warren's Negligence in the New York Courts, Second Edition includes approximately 400 fact patterns to help attorneys find the reported New York decision that "looks like my case."
Updated twice a year.
First published in 1966.
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Table of contents
PART 1 ESSENTIALS OF NEGLIGENCE
Chapter 1 Nature of Negligence
Chapter 2 Elements of Actionable Negligence
Chapter 3 Negligence and Standard of Care
Chapter 4 Proof of Negligence
Chapter 5 Choice of Law and Jurisdiction
Chapter 6 Commencement by Filing
Chapter 7 Notice of Intention and Notice of Claim Practice
Chapter 8 Indemnity and Contribution
PART 2 DEFENSES TO ACTION
Chapter 9 Affirmative Defenses
Chapter 10 Releases
Chapter 11 Comparative Negligence and Assumption of Risk
Chapter 12 Statute of Limitations
Chapter 13 Acts of God or Force Majeure
Chapter 14 Impact of Prior Settlements
PART 3 PARTIES NEGLIGENT
Chapter 15 Accountants
Chapter 16 Agency
Chapter 17 Aircraft Owners and Operators
Chapter 18 Ambassadors, Consuls, and Diplomatic Representatives
Chapter 19 Appraisers
Chapter 20 Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors
Chapter 21 Associations and Clubs
Chapter 22 Attorneys
Chapter 23 Auto Repair and Service Shops
Chapter 24 Bailor and Bailee
Chapter 25 Banks
Chapter 26 Barbers and Beauty Salon Professionals
Chapter 27 Blood Banks and Donors
Chapter 28 Bus Drivers and Owners
Chapter 29 Cemeteries and Crematories
Chapter 30 Charitable Organizations
Chapter 31 Children
Chapter 32 Chiropractors
Chapter 33 Cities, Towns, and Villages
Chapter 34 Clergy and Religious Organizations
Chapter 35 Collection Agencies
Chapter 36 Common Carriers
Chapter 37 Contractors
Chapter 38 Corporations
Chapter 39 Counties
Chapter 40 Credit Agencies