• Corpus ID: 33911

Common-Law Background of Nineteenth-Century Tort Law, The

@inproceedings{Kaczorowski1990CommonLawBO,
  title={Common-Law Background of Nineteenth-Century Tort Law, The},
  author={Robert J. Kaczorowski},
  year={1990}
}

Exploring Options Including Class Action to Transform Military Mental Healthcare and End the Generational Cycle of Preventable Wartime Behavioral Health Crises

This article examines three major options for transforming military mental healthcare in order to end the pattern of self-inflicted and largely preventable wartime behavioral health crises plaguing

Why We Fail

Law and tech collide: foreseeability, reasonableness and advanced driver assistance systems

Increases in safety promised by ADAS, arguably already evidenced by data, may require a reassessment of the risks posed by ‘un-augmented’ human drivers, what is now foreseeable given the data generated byADAS and wearable driver-monitoring technology, and whether ‘ un-aumented’ driving is any longer a reasonable response to that risk.

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This article examines three major options for transforming military mental healthcare in order to end the pattern of self-inflicted and largely preventable wartime behavioral health crises plaguing

The Principles and Practice of International Aviation Law: The Foundations of Public International Aviation Law

Background to the Chicago Convention The cornerstone instrument of public international aviation law is the 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation, popularly known as the “Chicago

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