« on: August 28, 2005, 05:32:14 AM »
My Torts book is "Torts: Cases, Problems, and Exercises" 2nd edition, by Martin, Zwier & Weaver.
You're a law student - you should be able to figure this one out on your own. Most of the important cases are briefed in other supps. Fisher v. Carrousel, Palsgraf v. Long Island, etc. should all be found in any canned briefs. Next, there are versions that supposedly offer all the briefs (either written or e-based), later cases though will probably be missed. Then there's always Lexis which offers up the main points. Lastly, Google the dang case. Garratt v. Dailey can easily be found, as well as info on Shaw v. Brown, and Fisher. That should get you through Battery at least.