Tort deform or tort reform? Winding back the clock on negligence SKU7675

Clare Cappa, Craig Forrest, Russell Hinchy and Vernon Nase

This article considers the effects the so-called insurance crisis has had on the law of negligence. The authors consider the High Court's search for a principled approach to the law of negligence that ensures that the common law adequately reflects society's needs. The extent to which legislative intervention in Queensland has altered the common law is then considered and it is argued that such a response does not sufficiently take into account the High Court's more recent jurisprudence.

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Clare Cappa, Craig Forrest, Russell Hinchy and Vernon Nase
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