This landmark work formulates clear principles of law governing apportionment of liability in cases where there are more actors than a single plaintiff and single defendant, different degrees of blameworthiness, derivative claims, or different tort claims against different defendants in the same case. It was drafted in response to the nearly universal adoption of comparative liability. As a result, it completely supersedes the comparable provisions in the Restatement Second of Torts.
William C. Powers, Jr., The University of Texas School of Law
Michael D. Green, University of Iowa College of Law
This volume analyses and recommends doctrine concerning apportionment of liability in cases in which multiple tortfeasors may be responsible in varying degrees for a single injury.
Hardbound | 1R3APPOT | 2000 | 401 pages | $97.50
Summary of Contents
1. Basic Rules of Comparative Responsibility
2. Liability of Multiple Tortfeasers for Indivisible Harm
Track A. Joint and Several Liability
Track B. Several Liability
Track C. Joint and Several Liability With Reallocation
Track D. Hybrid Liability Based on Threshold Percentage of Comparative Responsibility
Track E. Hybrid Liability Based on Type of Damages
3. Contribution and Indemnity
5. Apportionment of Liability When Damages Can be Divided by Causation
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Cross References to Digest System Key Numbers and ALR Annotations
In the Institute’s Restatement tradition, these authoritative volumes combine clear black-letter provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter’s Notes.
The Restatement will be supplemented by an Annual Pocket Part which also contains citations to relevant superseded sections of the first and second Restatements of Torts.
ISBN – 0-314-24884-6
This Pocket Part contains all citations to the Restatement of the Law Third,
Torts: Apportionment of Liability, as well as recent citations to sections of the
original Restatement of Torts and the Restatement Second of Torts that have
been superseded by the Restatement Third, Torts: Apportionment of Liability.
See the Introduction to this Pocket Part for information on earlier citations to
the original Restatement and the Restatement Second. For subsequent cita-
tions, see also the Interim Case Citations to the Restatements and the Principles
of the Law pamphlets designated for use with the 2020 Pocket Parts and