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Intent (1)
Intent (2)
Intent (2) REQUIRES
Intent (3)
Element of Battery (1)
Element of Battery (2)
Element of Assault (1)
Element of Assault (2)
Element of False Imprisonment (1)
Element of False Imprisonment (2)
Element of False Imprisonment (3)
Element of False Imprisonment (4)
Trespass to Chattels (1)
Trespass to Chattels (2)
Trespass to Chattels (3)
Trespass to Chattels (4)
Trespass to Land (1)
Trespass to Land (2)
Conversion (1)
Conversion (2)
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Privilege
Negligence (1)
Negligence (2)
Negligence (3)
Negligence (3.1)
Negligence (3.2)
Negligence (4)
Hand Test (1)
Hand Test (2)
Hand Test (3)
Informed Consent (1)
Informed Consent (2)
Informed Consent (3)
Negligence Per Se (1)
Negligence Per Se (2)
Negligence Per Se (3)
Procedural Effect of NPS (1)
Procedural Effect of NPS (2)
Procedural Effect of NPS (3)
Res Ipsa Loquitur (1)
Res Ipsa Loquitur (2)
Res Ipsa Loquitur (3)
Procedural Effect of RIL (1)
Procedural Effect of RIL (2)
Procedural Effect of RIL (3)
Sine Qua Non Translation
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc Translation
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc is a:
What is the Loss of Chance Doctrine?
Daubert Test Helps Determine What?
Daubert Test Prong 1
Daubert Test Prong 2
Daubert Prong 1 (1)
Daubert Prong 1 (2)
Daubert Prong 1 (3)
Daubert Prong 2
Under Daubert Test, federal judges perform what role?
When separate acts of negligence combine to produce directly a single injury, who is responsible?
Doctrine of Concurrent Causes
'But For' test is an essential precondition in all situations EXCEPT
Summers v. Tice Takeaway
Burden of Proof in Summers v. Tice
Proximate Cause also called:
Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co. Approach 1
Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. Co. Approach 2
Approach 1 is the:
Approach 2 is the:
Approach 1 Concerns
Approach 2 Concerns
Approach 2 Factor (1)
Approach 2 Factor (2)
Approach 2 Factor (3)
Approach 2 Factor (4)
Approach 2 Factor (5)
Approach 2 Factor (6)
Does intervening act automatically break causal link?
Does superseding act break causal nexus?
Superseding Act Factor (1)
Superseding Act Factor (2)
Superseding Act Factor (3)
Does an intervening criminal act always interrupt the causal link between negligence and injury?
The Rescue Doctrine allows what?
Rescue Doctrine Requirement (1)
Rescue Doctrine Requirement (2)
Hint
Rescue Doctrine Requirement (3)
Rescue Doctrine Requirement (4)
Rescue Doctrine Function (1)
Rescue Doctrine Function (2)
Firefighter's Rule states what
Firefighter's Rule precludes recovery ONLY if the risk created was:
General Rule of Duty to Warn
General Duty to Warn Exception
Affirmative Duty 1 (Section 38)
Affirmative Duty 2 (Section 39)
What is affirmative duty under Section 39?
Affirmative Duty 3 (Section 40)
Affirmative Duty 4 (Sections 42 & 43)
Affirmative Duty 5 (Section 44)
Tarasoff General Duty Exception (1)
Tarasoff General Duty Exception (2)
Tarasoff involved what parties?
Recovery for Mental Disturbance caused by defendant's negligence is generally denied without what? (1)
Recovery for Mental Disturbance caused by defendant's negligence is generally denied without what? (2)
Exception to Mental Disturbance caused by negligence (1)
Exception to Mental Disturbance caused by negligence (2)
Plaintiff may recover damages for emotional distress caused by observing negligently caused injuries of third party if (1)
Plaintiff may recover damages for emotional distress caused by observing negligently caused injuries of third party if (2)
Plaintiff may recover damages for emotional distress caused by observing negligently caused injuries of third party if (3)
Is there a duty to protect persons outside premises from conditions on land that arise in the state of nature?
When landowner alters a condition of his land, what must an owner due for those outside of his premises?
Social guest status
Licensee must take the premises of his host:
Modern Duty owed to Licensee (1)
Modern Duty owed to Licensee (2)
Invitee Definition
Duty of Care owed to an invitee
Status of someone attending free public meeting
Status of spectators at public amusement, entering on a free pass
Status of someone entering a bank to get change for a $20 bill
Status of someone coming to get things advertised to be given away
Status of someone using state or municipal land open to the public
Status of visitors in national parks
Unified theory of duty owed per Rowlands v. Christian
General rule governing duty owed to protect another from criminal attack by a third person
Exception to general rule (1)
Exception to general rule (2)
Nominal Damages
Compensatory Damages
Punitive Damages
Cardinal Element of Damages (1)
Cardinal Element of Damages (2)
Cardinal Element of Damages (3)
Cardinal Element of Damages (4)
Cardinal Element of Damages (5)
Award of damages will be deemed excessive if (1)
Award of damages will be deemed excessive if (2)
Award of damages will be deemed excessive if (3)
Control for inflation (1)
Control for inflation (2)
Control for inflation (3)
Collateral-Source Rule Definition
Gore Punitive Damages Guideposts (1)
Gore Punitive Damages Guideposts (2)
Gore Punitive Damages Guideposts (3)
Exxon Shipping Compensatory-to-Punitive Ration
Defense to Negligence (1)
Defense to Negligence (2)
Defense to Negligence (3)
Defense to Negligence (4)
Defense to Negligence (5)
Defense to Negligence (6)
Burden of pleading and proving contributory negligence is on the:
Comparative Negligence Form (1)
Comparative Negligence Form (2)
Comparative Negligence Form (3)
Doctrine of Avoidable Consequences Defintion
Express Assumption of Risk - Exculpatory clauses generally valid in the absence of:
Express Assumption of Risk Issue (1)
Express Assumption of Risk Issue (2)
Implied Assumption of Risk Element (1)
Implied Assumption of Risk Element (2)
Implied Assumption of Risk Element (3)
Primary Implied Assumption of Risk (1)
Primary Implied Assumption of Risk (2)
Secondary Implied Assumption of Risk
Secondary Implied Assumption of Risk - Pure/Strict
Secondary Implied Assumption of Risk - Qualifed
Discovery Doctrine Definition
Tolls Definition
Statute of Repose Definition
Immunity (1)
Immunity (2)
Immunity (2) Exception (1)
Immunity (2) Exception (2)
Immunity (2) Exception (3)
Immunity (2) Exception (4)
Immunity (3) - NOTE: Heavily abrogated
Hint
Immunity (4)
Immunity (5)
Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity Provision (1)
Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity Provision (2)
What does 'FTCA' stand for?
What is the name of the statutory exception shielding the government from civil liability claims 'based upon the exercise or performance [of] a discretionary function or duty'?
Discretionary Function Exception Two-Step Inquiry (1)
Discretionary Function Exception Two-Step Inquiry (2)
Can the United States be sued without its consent?
FTCA Time Deadline (1) - Claim must be filed with administrative agency within _______ of when the cause of action accrued
FTCA Time Deadline (2) - Lawsuit must be filed within ______ of when agency mails notice of final denial of the claim
Principal Section of the FTCA (1)
Principal Section of the FTCA (2)
Basic Definition of Workers' Compensation Legislation
Simplified Test (Question) for Right to Workers' Compensation Benefits
Are employers immune to intentional torts?
Doctrine of Respondeat Superior Basic Definition
What is the Going-and-Coming Rule (Basic Definition)
Exception to Going-and-Coming Rule
How do you test for whether a risk arises from or is related to work?
Foreseeability Test - Is employee's conduct so _______ and _______ that it would seem unfair to include the loss resulting from it among other costs of the business
Slight Deviation Rule (Basic Definition)
Frolic (Basic Definition)
Employer Liability for Frolic?
Detour (Basic Definition)
Employer Liability for Detour?
Slight Deviation Test Factor (1)
Slight Deviation Test Factor (2)
Slight Deviation Test Factor (3)
Slight Deviation Test Factor (4)
Slight Deviation Test Factor (5)
Slight Deviation Test Factor (6)
What is the test for whether an individual is an employee or independent contractor for the purposes of liability?
Generally, is the one who arranges for work to be done by an independent contractor vicariously liable for the contractor's torts?
Independent Contractor Element (1)
Independent Contractor Element (2)
Independent Contractor Element (3)
What is a nondelegable duty?
Joint Venture Element (1)
Joint Venture Element (2)
Joint Venture Element (3)
Joint Venture Element (4)
Family Car Doctrine Basic Definition
Joint and Several Liability Basic Definition
Situations for Joint and Several Liability (1)
Situations for Joint and Several Liability (2)
Situations for Joint and Several Liability (3)
Several Liability Basic Definition
Rylands Rule Basic Definition
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (1)
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (2)
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (3)
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (4)
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (5)
Restatement Section 520 Abnormally Dangerous (Ultrahazardous) Factors (6)
Strict Liability Exception (1)
Strict Liability Exception (2)
Products Liability Theories of Recovery (1)
Products Liability Theories of Recovery (2)
Products Liability Theories of Recovery (3)
Products Liability Theories of Recovery (4)
Restatement Section 402A (1)
Restatement Section 402A (1)(a)
Restatement Section 402A (1)(b)
Restatement Section 402A (2)(a) - Rule applies although:
Restatement Section 402A (2)(a) - Rule applies although:
Defect Type (1)
Defect Type (2)
Defect Type (3)
Element of Manufacturing Defect Claim
Outcome of Manufacturing Defect Claim
Method for Testing Whether Product was Defectively Designed (1)
Method for Testing Whether Product was Defectively Designed (2)
Test 1 Based on:
Test 2 Based on:
Most jurisdiction require plaintiff to prove what to prevail in design defect case?
Failure-to-Warn Negligence Law Basic Defintion
Learned Intermediary Doctrine Basic Definition
Strict Liability Defense (1)
Strict Liability Defense (2)
Products Defect Exception
No-Fault Automobile Insurance Basic Definition
Modified No-Fault
Choice No-Fault
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (1)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (2)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (3)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (4)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (5)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (6)
To Fall Within the FTCA's Waiver, a Claim Must (7)

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