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Product Liability: Law and Insurance

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Edited by: Mark Mildred

ISBN13: 9781859785386
ISBN: 1859785387
Published: February 2001
Publisher: Informa Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £190.00



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Formerly available as a looseleaf Product Liability: Law & Insurance is a highly partical reference work that covers all facets of product liability. It looks at partical applications of the law and gives expert advice on how to operate in given situations; offering guidelines on how to avoid product liability problems and what to do in practice if things do go wrong. Written by a team of leading experts, Product Liability: Law & Insurance is an essential guide for all legal and insurance practitioners involved with product liability. Summary Formerly available as a looseleaf Product Liability: Law & Insurance is a highly practical reference work that covers all facets of product liability. It looks at practical applications of the law and gives expert advice on how to operate in given situations; offering guidelines on how to avoid product liability problems and what to do in practice if things do go wrong. Written by a team of leading experts, Product Liability: Law & Insurance is an essential guide for all legal and insurance practitioners involved with product liability.

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Subjects:
Consumer Law
Contents:
The Consumer Protection Act 1987
product liability in the commercial context
the role and legal obligations of the insurance intermediary
product safety regulation
product risk management
environmental and health and safety considerations
a consumer perspective on the UKs liability regime
group actions
jurisdiction, foreign judgments and choice of law.