Corporate Laws for Torts

Business - Barry Zalma

Each individual in business and each business faces a presentation to suits looking for harms asserting that the director of the business, its workers, or officers made harm their individual or property because of carelessness or some deliberate tort. With a specific end goal to ensure the business and maintain a strategic distance from or confine harms guaranteed in claims because of wrongful lead by the business or its officers or executives, the individual taking this course will master everything expected to comprehend the torts of carelessness, strict risk in tort, and harms because of ultra-unsafe exercises. The course likewise covers the deliberate torts of the strike, battery, slander, trespass, and malignant arraignment. The course closes with the resistances accessible to individuals accused of a tort.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the law of torts as practiced in the United States.
  • Identify each tort alleged against you as a defendant or in your favor as a plaintiff.
  • Discover how to prove that a tort has occurred or how to defend against a charge that you or your business has acted tortiously.
  • Recognize what is needed to protect yourself or your company against charges that you or your business or its employees acted tortiously.
  • Recognize what you need to prove damages when you, your business or your employees are the victim of a tort

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Barry Zalma

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Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE, has practiced law in California for more than 42 years as an insurance coverage…

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Instructor

Barry Zalma

Insurance Expert

Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE, has practiced law in California for more than 42 years as an insurance coverage…

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