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Spotlight on Resource: Causes of Action 2d

by Zigadto, Janet

 

Each of the Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries has a copy of Causes of Action 2d in print or electronic format. The preface to this series describes the set as “contain(ing) articles discussing causes of action of current interest to practicing lawyers. Each article leads the practitioner through the steps necessary to determine whether particular facts give rise to a cause of action. The article analyzes the elements of the cause of action and then explains how these elements can be proved. COA 2d also guides the attorney in getting the case into court, and points out how to pursue the case through trial and to a successful conclusion. Each article is organized so that a practitioner can quickly turn to an appropriate section for information on a particular question of substantive or procedural law.”

Below is a listing of the table of contents for the newest volumes:

Volume 74:

Cause of Action by Attorney for Recovery of Fee Under Contingent Fee Contract

Cause of Action Under Fair Housing Act (42 U.S.C.A. §§ 3601 et seq.) for Discrimination Against Victim of Domestic Violence

Cause of Action Against Bankruptcy Petition Preparer as Violating Bankruptcy Code, 11 U.S.C.A. § 110

Cause of Action for Relief from Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy “For Cause” Under 11 U.S.C.A. § 362(d)(1)

Cause of Action for Invasion of Privacy by Use of Plaintiff’s Name or Likeness in Advertising

Cause of Action Against College or University for Violation of First Amendment Free Speech Rights Based on School Code or Policy

Cause of Action for Securities Fraud Under Section 10(b) of 1934 Securities Exchange Act and/or Rule 10b-5

Volume 75:

Cause of Action to Enforce Right to Arbitration Pursuant to Contract Clause Requiring Arbitration

Cause of Action Against Seller of Personal Property for Fraud, Misrepresentation, or Nondisclosure

Cause of Action for Injury Caused by Defective Recreational Boards and Tubes

Cause of Action as Citizen Suit Under Toxic Substances Control Act

Cause of Action for Employment Discrimination Under Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, 42 U.S.C.A. § 2000e-5(e)

Cause of Action to Enforce Contractual Right to Indemnification Respecting Personal Injury Claim

Cause of Action for Breach of Physician’s Guarantee or Warranty of Medical Results

Please contact your local CT Judicial Branch Law Library for additional information.