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November, 2008

Wrongs Without Recourse: A Comment on Jason Solomon’s Judging Plaintiffs

Nov. 22, 2008—Jason Solomon’s very interesting Article Judging Plaintiffs argues that neither efficient-deterrence theories nor corrective justice theories adequately explain the existence of rules that bar or limit recovery by a tort victim on the ground that she failed to take certain pre-tort steps to protect herself from harm, or failed to take certain post-tort steps in...

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