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So no change in doctor’s behaviour. In general injurer’s precaution does not respond to modest court errors in settingdamages under the negligence rule (Pg 218). To change the injurer’s cost-minimizing precaution, the error made by thecourt in awarding damages must be very large (pg 219).
b)If experts testifying at such trials were general practitioners instead of specialists, explain how this mightimpact the behaviour of future doctors in preventing operating room accidents
c)How does your answer change for a and b under strict liability?
In the manufacturing of a product involving several firms at each stage of production, compare and contrast howthe application of the following legal systems – comparative negligence, strict liability and no fault impact on theefficiency of production.
What is vicarious liability? Is it efficient?parents are ina better position than their employees and children to make precautionary decisions. Question 7.5-7.7 pg

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