Nosokomeion

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Revue Trimestrielle Des Recherches Sur Les Mati Res Premi Res

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Revue Trimestrielle De Droit Civil

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Revue Trimestrielle

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Revue Trimestrielle

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Revue Internationale De Philosophie

Author: Jean Lameere
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Culture

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Brussels I Regulation

Author: Ulrich Magnus
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3866538898
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The Brussels I Regulation is by far the most prominent cornerstone of the European law of international civil procedure. Every practitioner in the international field has to work with it - and its importance is still growing. The first edition of this full scale article-by-article commentary found a very warm reception. This new edition brings the book up to date, incorporating a host of developments in the four years since ist first appearance, combines in-depth analysis with a genuine and truly European perspective, authored by top experts from all over Europe, covers the jurisprudence of the ECJ and of the Member States, and integrates thorough discussion of the pending proposal for a Brussels Ibis Regulation. This truly European commentary offers invaluable guidance for lawyers, judges and academics throughout Europe.

R C M P Quarterly

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Uncertain Causation In Medical Liability

Author: Lara Khoury
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 184731273X
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'Proving' the cause of the plaintiff's injury in personal injury litigation often entails significant challenges, particularly when science cannot identify the cause of a biological phenomenon or when the nature of this cause is debatable. This problem is frequently encountered in medical malpractice cases, where the limitations of scientific knowledge are still extensive. Yet judges must decide cases, however uncertain the evidence with regard to proof of causation. Reluctant to leave patients without compensation, courts have in some cases challenged their traditional approach to causation through recourse to such techniques as reliance on factual presumptions and inferences, the concept of loss of chance, and reversal of the burden of proof. This book analyses and criticises the use of these various techniques by the courts of England, Australia, Canada, France, and the civilian Canadian province of Quebec in confronting evidentiary causal difficulties caused by the uncertainties of medical science.