International Shoe v. Washington Summary | quimbee.com
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International Shoe v. Washington Summary | quimbee.com

Following the Great Depression, national and state governments enacted the New Deal and other economic recovery measures. The State of Washington passed a comprehensive unemployment scheme, which was to be partially funded by contributions from employers doing business in the state, paying a percentage of the wages employees earned there. In International Shoe Co. v. […]

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Understand Tort Law in 17 Minutes (Part IV)
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Understand Tort Law in 17 Minutes (Part IV)

finally you have damages so you had a duty and you breached it and it caused harm did the harm cause any damages? how much money were the damages worth? there are basic damages that get paid to replace property or pay medical bills there are also nominal damages where you did something that was […]

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