Choice of Measure of Damages in Wrongful Death

Maximov, Bruce
January 1975
California Law Review;Jan1975, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
Reviews the case 'Hurtado v. Superior Court' decided by the California supreme court and dealing with the choice of measure of damages in wrongful death. Intention of the court not to bind itself to any single choice of law approach.


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