Professional Liability to Third Parties


By Jay M. Feinman

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Use Professional Liability to Third Parties, Third Edition to learn alternative methods that can be used to argue for or against third party liability issues. Lawyers, accountants, architects, and other professionals can be held liable to third parties, i.e., non-clients who rely on their expertise or claims from those who suffer injury if they perform negligently. Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers University, author Jay M. Feinman, aims to help both lawyers who analyze and argue third party cases and the judges who decide them. This book surveys the law and provides insight on economic loss, contract and tort law, and legal argument. Topics include: • Privity and near privity • Third party beneficiary law • Negligence • Misrepresentation

Professional Liability to Third Parties