- n. Plural form of tort.
“Further, the amount of money paid out in torts is significantly lower that the damages caused by medical errors.”
“P.S. The one thing that would most greatly reduce the total dollar amount of tort lawsuits in this country * without* screwing over the victims of the actual torts is … health care reform.”
“The relevant doctrine in the law of torts is "assumption of the risk".”
“It is possible to learn the rules of torts from a hornbook.”
“Admittedly, torts is not a subject in which "there are no right answers.”
“As every 1L learns in torts, there are many “but for” causes of everyevent.”
“As every 1L learns in torts, there are many “but for” causes of every event.”
“A good treatment of the First Amendment implications of intentional infliction of emotional distress torts is in Daniel A. Farber, The First Amendment, 2d ed.”
“It requires too much patience of me to produce torts from a press.”
“In lieu of final exams in torts and contracts this semester, somebody please tell Lance McCord what his dream means. posted by Eric 8: 17 AM |”
Looking for tweets for torts.