Comparative Economic Loss: Lessons from Case-Law-Focused Middle Theory
In common law jurisdictions outside the United States, Gary Schwartz was the most highly regarded American torts scholar of his time, not least because of the similarity of his approach to the approach adopted by the vast majority of common law scholars outside the United States. This case-law-focused middle theory seeks to promote legal reasoning that is precise, internally coherent, and normatively convincing, and aims to provide a high level of predictability in relation to the way future...[Show more]
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