Fall 2005
Volume 41, Issue 1

The Tort and Insurance Law Journal

Vicarious Liability of the Employer of an Apparent Servant
Ethical Issues in the Settlement of Complex Litigation
Disclaiming Coverage When the Insured Fails to Give Proper Notice of "Any Circumstance" Giving Rise to a Claim
The Equitable Tolling Doctrine in First Party Insurance Coverage Matters: Analysis, Benefits, and an Illustrative Case Study
Products Liability and the Elements of Science: Admissibility of Expert Testimony in New York and Other Frye States
Frequently Addressed Evidentiary Issues for the Trucking Accident Trial Lawyer




























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