Fault Lines: Tort Law as Cultural Practice

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Index
Abbott, Carl, 289
Abel, Richard L., 208
Abraham, Kenneth, 67, 69
Abrams, Kathryn, 133
Acharyya, Bijay Kisor, 47, 48
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), 105, 204
Adjin-Tettey, Elizabeth, 284
African Americans: compensation for whites vs., 14, 159–72, 270, 318n6; lynching of, 318n3; as plaintiffs, 157, 159–72, 318n3; unequal treatment by judges, 157, 161–67, 170–71, 172. See also racial discrimination
age discrimination, 42
Agent Orange litigation, 283
Agyemang, Tracy, 285
Albertson, Stephanie, 87
Albright, Audra A., 200, 202, 205
Allen, Charlotte, 151
Allen, Ronald J., 82, 86
Allsop v. Allsop, 123
Allstate, 314n14
Allstate Ins. Co. v. Malec, 314n12
Ambassador Insurance v. Montes, 74, 313nn6, 9, 11
American Association of Pediatrics Policy 2000, 141, 152
American Law Institute: Products Liability Restatement, 7; Second Restatement of Torts, 84, 122, 124; Third Restatement of Torts, 282
American Obesity Association (AOA), 99–100
Amsterdam, Anthony: Minding the Law, 94
Andrews v. Law Society of British Columbia, 284
Ard v. Ard, 31.31
Arizona civil jury trials, 93
arson, 75
Artiglio v. Superior Court of San Diego County, 153
Asahi Shimbun, 222, 223, 225
asbestos litigation: in Japan, 16, 233–34, 235–48; Johns-Manville case, 283; lawyers' fees in, 195–96, 206, 233; mesothelioma and cancer caused by asbestos, 233, 234–35, 243–44, 325nn2, 4; in United States, 246, 283, 326n14, 333–34
Associated Press, 114
ATLA's Litigating Tort Cases, 266
Austin, Regina, 131, 134, 318n5
Australia: medical malpractice cases in, 153–54
automobiles, 68; automobile insurance, 69, 73. See also road accidents
Bacon, Sir Francis, 286
Baker, Tom, 4, 11–12
Balen, Paul, 200
Balsara, S. D., 49
Bangladesh: sexual identity in, 143
Banzhaf, John F., III, 104–6, 316n2

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