Volumes


41 Tort Liability and Insurance, November 2001



Tort Liability and Insurance volume 41The regulations concerning tort and insurance are extremely vital from the economic point of view, ideally providing security for anyone engaging in business operations, as well as compensation for individuals affected by negative consequences. Tort law is a also an area of the law which often give rise to intense debates, as new insights and shifts in perspectives may set the focus on previously more or less unnoticed negative effects.



 Environmental concerns and new ways of looking at the tobacco industry are just a couple of examples of the latter. Important to mention is furthermore that the issues relating to tort and liability provide compelling challenges for anyone interested in theoretical legal problems.

 

The 23 articles that are presented here reflect to a large extent all the above mentioned aspects and provide an important contribution to the international discussion.

 

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