Bradford Publishing is pleased to bring you the second looseleaf supplement for Colorado Causes of Action. Authors Douglas MacGregor and Erica Longnecker have prepared a comprehensive supplement for 2011 that includes:
- A new chapter on Negligent Entrustment.
- A new chapter on Promissory Estoppel.
- New complaint forms for Promissory Estoppel and Negligent Entrustment actions.
- Updated case law and statutory law throughout the book on topics such as:
- Statutory cap on damages for noneconomic losses or injuries when there is more than one plaintiff or one defendant.
- Elements of abuse of process action; difference between abuse of process and malicious prosecution.
- Prosecution’s burden of disproving self defense or defense of others.
- Use of extrinsic evidence to prove publication is defamation per se.
- Proximate causation in dram shop liability cases.
- Proof of damages in invasion of privacy cases involving a claim of appropriation of another’s name and likeness.
- In suits for intentional infliction of emotional distress, court’s consideration of retraction when determining damages.
- Inapplicability of limitation of liability clauses and liquidated damages clauses to protect against claim of willful or wanton conduct in negligence action.
- The 90-day waiting period required by the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act.
- Court’s use of the risk benefit test when a products liability case is defined primarily by technical and scientific information.
And a replacement CD containing the text of the book and all of the forms!