The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts

Author(s):
Professor Heather McLeod-Kilmurray; Professor Lynda Collins

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The only resource that offers a complete review of Canadian toxic tort law, policy and practice

The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts is the first Canadian book to deal exclusively with the subject of toxic torts – torts arising from environmental contamination or a toxic product. This is an excellent book and an important one...It fills an important need in Canadian tort law and Canadian environmental law. – Justice (Retired) and Professor Allen M. Linden and Professor Bruce Feldthusen The Canadian Law of Toxic Torts provides readers with a current and comprehensive analysis of the Canadian law of toxic torts – those that involve environmental contamination and/or toxic products. The work addresses the unique challenges of toxic tort litigation for litigants, counsel and judges, including leading precedents, the appropriate treatment of scientific evidence, and policy considerations that will shape the evolution of the Canadian toxic tort law in the future.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Negligence, Personal Injury, Torts

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2014-05-30

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Service #:
30835891

Sub #:
30835891

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ISBN:
9780888047144