Duty of care: further issues

Book

C McIvor, Third Party Liability in Tort  (Hart, 2006)

J Richardson and E Rackley, ‘Feminist Perspectives on Tort Law’ (Routledge, 2012)

Articles

T Honore, ‘Are Omissions Less Culpable?’ in P Cane and J Stapleton (eds), Essays for Patrick Atiyah (Oxford University Press, 1991)

An attempt to devise a single unifying principle to explain the various different cases in which omissions have been held not to be actionable in tort law.

H Wilberg, ‘Defensive Practice or Conflict of Duties? Policy Concerns in Public Authority Negligence Claims’ (2010) 126 LQR 420

An analysis of the policy concern of ‘defensive practice’ which is divided into to general judicial approaches: the general and that based upon ‘strong conflict of duties’.