I. Introduction to Torts
A. Development of Liability Based Upon Fault: Prosser, et al. pp 1-15.
Hulle v. Orynge
Brown v. Kendall
Cohen v. Petty
Spano v. Perini Corp.
A. History and Elements, pp. 139-41
B. A Neglig
Chapter 2: Intentional Torts
Intent exists when one acts with the purpose of causing result (ie. harm or
apprehension or offensive contact?) OR with the knowledge that the harm or
apprehension is substantially certain to be produced.
INTRODUCTION TO TORTS
A. DEVELOPMENT OF LIABILITY BASED UPON FAULT: PROSSER, ET AL. (p. 1-16)
Type of law
1. Civil wrong, other than a breach of contract, for which the law provides a remedy.
2. Imposes a duty on p
i. PFC - Restatement (Second) of Torts, 21
(1) An actor is subject to liability to another for assault if (a) he
acts intending to cause a harmful or offensive contact with the
person of the other or a third person, or an i
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Torts Outline, Fall 2010 Professor Stone
1. The Traditional Common Law Idea of Nuisance
a. Abnormal (or Hyper) Sensitivity
Rodgers v. Elliott (S 2) Sick man (P) v. Church custodian (D)
Facts: Rodgers (P) was recovering fro