Tort Law, Sixth Edition (Thomson Reuters)

    Professor Emeritus Lewis Klar, QC and Assistant Professor Cameron Jefferies release Tort Law, Sixth Edition (Thomson Reuters).

    June 14, 2017

    Professor Emeritus Lewis Klar, QC and Assistant Professor Cameron Jefferies are pleased to announce the release of Tort Law, Sixth Edition (Thomson Reuters). Tort Law is well recognized as a leading Canadian text and it is frequently cited by academics and all levels of court. This work provides a comprehensive review of Canadian tort law, with both historical and philosophical context, and contemporary developments in case law and legislation.

    The new sixth edition thoroughly reviews all the significant developments in Canadian tort law, including: updates on the contentious issue of liability of public authorities; a close examination of recent Supreme Court of Canada judgments including Clements v. Clements, A.I. Enterprises Ltd. v. Bram Enterprises Ltd., and Antrim Truck Centre Ltd. v. Ontario (Transportation); several important judgments from other Common Law jurisdictions; and additional material relating to environmental protection and pollution.

    Tort Law, Sixth Edition is available in hardcover and in softcover student edition.