Washington Law Review
Covers cases on warrantless arrest (Kremer); on contributory negligence—absolute right to stop at a yellow light (Howe); on warning lights on the highway—absolute duty versus reasonable measures (Mackie); on automobiles—dangerous instrumentality doctrine—negligence (Lyness); on the tort liability of a building contractor to third persons injured after completion of work (Conger); and on silence as fraudulent concealment—vendor and purchaser—duty to disclose (Lyness)
Dale Kremer, Walter C. Howe Jr., Edward B. Mackie, Virginia Lyness & Gordon G. Conger,
Washington Case Law,
36 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol36/iss2/10