Elements Of An Action by Jay E. Grenig, West, 2023-2024
Part of the Wisconsin Practice Series
Element. (13c) 1. A constituent part of a claim that must be proved for the claim to succeed. -Black's Law Dictionary
The Preface to the 2023-2024 edition of Wisconsin Elements of an Action states this title "provides to-the-point legal analysis of the required elements for various civil causes of action in Wisconsin, including statutes, of limitations, remedies, and defenses."
Some of the topics covered include:
- Abuse of Process
- Animal Actions - Damage Caused by Dog
- Contract Actions - Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment, and Quantum Meruit
- Emotional Distress
- Medical Malpractice - Negligence
- Motor Vehicles - Negligence
- Nuisance - Public Nuisance
- Safe Place
- Tortious Interference with Contact
- Wrongful Death
In detailing the elements of an action, each topic covered contains samples of actual pleadings and motions and other useful forms, information on limitations, claims, remedies and defenses, reference to specific Wisconsin jury instructions, as well as actual verdicts and settlements.
The essential knowledge this title provides will save you hours in research and drafting time.
Submitted by Eric Taylor, Evening Reference Librarian on November 1, 2023
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