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The Government Contractor Defense: When Do Governmental Interests Justify Excusing a Manufacturer's Liability For Defective Products?

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Title:The Government Contractor Defense: When Do Governmental Interests Justify Excusing a Manufacturer's Liability For Defective Products?
Authors:Beh, Hazel Glenn
Keywords:Product Liability
Defense (Civil Procedure)
Government Contractors
Date Issued:1997
Citation:28 Seton Hall L. Rev. 430 1997
Series:Seton Hall Law Review, Volume 28
Pages/Duration:41
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/34776
Appears in Collections: Beh, Hazel Glenn (Faculty Emerita)


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