Lawyers and Solicitors Separated by A Common Legal System: Anti-Tobacco Litigation in the United States and Britain

Title

Lawyers and Solicitors Separated by A Common Legal System: Anti-Tobacco Litigation in the United States and Britain

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Description

Published as Chapter 11 in Fault Lines: Tort Law as Cultural Practice, David M. Engel & Michael McCann, eds.

Publication Date

1-1-2009

Publisher

Stanford University Press

City

Stanford

ISBN

978-0-8047-5613-6

First Page

192

Last Page

210

Disciplines

Comparative and Foreign Law | Health Law and Policy | Law

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Lawyers and Solicitors Separated by A Common Legal System: Anti-Tobacco Litigation in the United States and Britain

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