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Washington Elements of an Action, 2020-2021 ed. (Vol. 29, Washington Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781539280590
Service #: 40536959
Sub #: 40536971
Pages: 956
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Washington Elements of an Action presents vital information to help you determine strategy and prepare for trial. It provides a valuable, time-efficient way to explore an unfamiliar case or topic area and offers substantive and practical overviews of more than 20 causes of action. Defenses, pleadings, jury instructions, and jury verdicts are discussed.

Each chapter identifies the elements of an action, discusses how to investigate and analyze a given case, and suggests litigation strategies, potential remedies, and possible defenses. Topics include:

    • Actions for abuse of process

    • Animals

    • Business torts

    • Contracts

    • Dram-shop liability

    • Employment

    • False imprisonment

    • Breach of fiduciary duties

    • Fraud

    • Government tort liability

    • Insurance bad faith

    • Intentional infliction of emotional distress

    • Libel and slander

    • Malicious prosecution

    • Medical malpractice

    • Negligence

    • Nuisance

    • Premises liability

    • Privacy

    • Products liability

    • Wrongful death