Pointing the Finger: Issues in Apportioning Liability to Non-Parties

in Insurance, News

Martha Allee’s article titled “Pointing the Finger: Issues in Apportioning Liability to Non-Parties” appears in the OACTA Quarterly Review (Spring 2016).

“Revised Code Section 2307.23 provides the procedural mechanism of apportioning liability for purposes of determining joint and several liability and contributory fault of a plaintiff. Apportionment can serve as a valuable tool for defendants, particularly larger corporate defendants that may be a disproportionately large target at trial….”

The full text of the article can be found by clicking: 2016 – Issues in Apportioning Liability to Non-Parties – OACTA Spring Quarterly