Our learning modules are written by legal experts and offer nine concise essays, complete with detailed references. These offer a valuable source of reference information and background to experienced practitioners as well as to those new to the subject of public nuisance law. Our nuisance law blog offers commentary on recent developments on the subject of public nuisance law. The site also includes a section highlighting recent court decisions and offering summaries. The wiki section, edited and administered by NuisanceLaw.com members, is designed to help expand meanings of terms and references used in connection with the subject of public nuisance law.
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For the new user, a good place to start is by reading our first five learning modules:
- Public Nuisance: A Historical Perspective, by John Gray
- Public Nuisance: Defining the Tort, by Richard Faulk
- Public Nuisance: Causation and Liability Theories, by Catherine Connors
- Public Nuisance: Insurance Issues, by Donna L. Wilson and Marla H. Kanemitsu
- Public Nuisance: Public Entity Litigation and Contingency Fee Counsel, by David Axelrad and Lisa Perrochet
- Public Nuisance and Product Liability: A Comparison, by Michael Nilan and Peter Gray
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