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    Inside the Bar October 2004: CLE Books updates The Law of Damages in Wisconsin


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    The issue of damages lies at the heart of civil litigation. Top litigators know what types of remedies are available to their clients, theories for recovery and how to prepare cases in support of those theories, and how to navigate the procedural requirements for recovery. Skilled attorneys know how to protect their clients against unwarranted or excessive damages claims.

    Inside the Bar
    October 2004

    CLE Books updates The Law of Damages in Wisconsin

    The issue of damages lies at the heart of civil litigation. Top litigators know what types of remedies are available to their clients, theories for recovery and how to prepare cases in support of those theories, and how to navigate the procedural requirements for recovery. Skilled attorneys know how to protect their clients against unwarranted or excessive damages claims.

    For more than 15 years, Wisconsin attorneys have turned to The Law of Damages in Wisconsin to find answers to their key questions on this most significant area of the law. With 41 chapters, this three-volume set offers a thorough treatment of damages, generally, and practical guidance on practices, procedures, and damages in specific types of cases. Combining the expertise and experience of more than 75 of Wisconsin's top-notch litigators, The Law of Damages in Wisconsin is the most comprehensive guide to Wisconsin law governing the recovery of damages available.

    The Law of Damages in Wisconsin is full of insightful analysis and the supporting citations you need to develop your cases. The book is updated annually, providing readers with current information on statutory and case law developments that affect damages eligibility, computation, and procedures. Highlights of the 2004 supplement include discussions of the collateral source rule, excessive punitive damages, liability and burden of proof in defamation claims, medical malpractice bystander claims, emotional injury under worker's compensation law, and much more.

    The Law of Damages in Wisconsin is also available as part of the State Bar CLE Books Online library (in partnership with Loislaw). In addition to the valuable information and analysis in the print volumes readers have relied on for years, the online version offers users the ability to hyperlink directly to the full text of cases and statutes cited in the treatise, saving hours of valuable time while enhancing research and case preparation.

    The cost for the three-volume set is $175, plus, tax, shipping, and handling, and includes the latest supplement. Current owners who subscribe to the State Bar's automatic supplementation service will automatically receive new supplements with an invoice for 10 percent off the regular price of the update.

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