Master the constant evolution of Tort Law in New York
You know the knot in your stomach you get every time your adversary cites a precedent that contradicts everything you ever knew about a topic? The New York Torts Weekly gets rid of that knot before it starts in two easy steps. First, reading the weekly summaries keeps you on top of the latest appellate developments in torts as they happen, and second a simple click on a Keyphrase or using the “Advanced Search” will instantly show you every appellate development on the topic since May of 2016. It’s time to let your adversary have that knot instead of you.
- Only 15 minutes once a week to read the 3-10 “MUST READ” summaries:
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The most important 3-10 summaries of the week. If you only have a little time, just read the MUST READ summaries to maximize your cases and avoid pitfalls:
Whether you skim the Keyphrases or read every summary (25-35), you will find something you can use every week. A great use of your or your associates’ time while waiting for a calendar call:
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Decisions which have no precedent value, such as where the Court doesn’t give enough details to make the decision applicable to any other case, as well as areas farther afield than the typical torts practitioner:
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*Does not include business torts such as interference with contractual rights, employment discrimination, and cases involving solely property damages. Some cases involving these torts may be included from time to when some part of the decision has a broader application.