Comparative Tort Law – Global Perspectives (Edward Elgar 2021), by Mauro Bussani and Anthony Sebok’

“This book is an edited collection of twenty-four essays aiming to provide a framework for reflection and analysis about tort law and its recent developments in ‘Western’ and ‘non-Western’ legal systems. The fixed point that guided the selection of authors and topics in the book is the idea that tort is a concept that has a distinct meaning in all legal systems – even if in some systems there is no word to translate the notion of ‘tort’, and even if in some legal systems the legal consequences of a cause of action in tort are not clearly differentiated from other private law or public law mechanisms …” (more)

[Mauro Bussani and Anthony Sebok, BACL, 2 November]

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