Tabet v Gett
The July 2013 issue of The Tort Law Review includes an article by Swati Jhaveri uses wrongful conceptions as a case study to illustrate judicial strategies in recognising new areas for recovery in negligence, an article by Charles Feeny which considers the state of the law in relation to mesothelioma claims and an article by Sarah Alexandra Holloway that asks whether a plaintiff recover for loss of a less than even chance in medical negligence cases after Tabet v Gett.
The latest issue of the Tort Law Review includes articles on medical liability laws in China, the doctrine of loss of chance and its history in Australia and the United Kingdom, material contribution to risk in the Canadian law of causation and European approaches to causation and the central role which judicial policy plays in resolving both legal causation and intervening causation issues.
The June 2011 issue of the Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law includes many interesting pieces, including articles on the fate of extended warranties under the Australian Consumer Law and the High Court’s rejections of loss of chance damages in cases of medical negligence. There are also several interesting section notes on a variety of topics, including Defective Goods, Economic(s) Matters and Commission Cameos.