The twenty tort cases decided during the shorter survey period this year all involved negligence actions.' Most of the cases involved the application of established rules or standards to new fact situations, some of them being fairly routine. Only two cases were of striking significance.
John W. Wade,
Torts -- 1961 Tennessee Survey (II),
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