Punitive Damages: Law and Practice, 2019 Edition Issued June 2019. John J. Kircher; Christine M. Wiseman and Richard E. Kaye. Thomson Reuters, 2019. 2 Volumes. Softbound. Ex-library with property stamps on top page edges and title pages, shelf location labels at foot of spines, small bar code labels on front covers, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 1,258. Special $95. * Helps determine whether to seek punitive damages and the extent of the possible award. Allows you to carefully prepare every element of your case with background, precedent, and in-depth discussion of relevant cases. Discusses the function and intent of the concept of punitive damages. Provides detailed state coverage including the most up-to-date case law for an individual state. Addresses punitive damage issues not generally encountered in routine practice, as well as conflict of law issues, vicarious liability of corporations, and insurability. Includes comprehensive coverage of recent reform proposals at the state and federal level. Provides a discussion of the variability in state court interpretations and applications, with charts that analyze punitive damages state by state along with practical suggestions regarding discovery techniques, trial strategy, presenting proof, evidence, and precedents. Also provides forms that you can customize to the facts of your case and a detailed chart providing the status of punitive damages in a particular state at a glance with discovery techniques, trial strategy, and pleadings.
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