Indemnification of Punitive Damages
Connecticut Supreme Court Cat Fight

Down and Dirty

I stumbled across a good little book last weekend that is worth sharing. It's called Tort Reform, and it was written by Paul Ruschman.

It is a very basic book identifying fault lines in the debate about whether the tort system needs reforming, and it's part of a series of works called "Point/Counterpoint." Chelsea House appears to have published a couple of dozen other volumes on public policy issues in the law. Volumes that caught my attention include Phyisican-Assisted Suicide, Search and Seizure, and The War on Terror.

There is a brief bibliography at the end of this volume that I found useful. If you want a quick and generally reliable introduction to Tort Reform, here is the place to start.