Written for litigators and judges, Pennsylvania Torts: Law and Advocacy
focuses on the critical issues in tort law, including tort litigation and reform, informed consent, product liability, and medical malpractice. The set includes a chronology of the development of legal doctrines; identifies fundamental principles and the practical significance and impact on civil litigation; and provides specific examples and demonstrations of direct and cross-examinations, opening and closing statements, and conversations with clients and witnesses.
Topics covered in this two-volume set include:
- Assumption of risk
- Time limitations
- Case theory
- Witness preparation
This set also provides effective methodology for jury trials.