42 Loy. L. A. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

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LAW REVIEW I LOS ANGELES
FALL 2008                  VOLUME 42                    NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
THE FIFTH REMEDIES DISCUSSION FORUM
INTRODUCTION
by  R ussell L.  W eaver  ................................................................................. 1
DAMAGES AS RECONCILIATION
by  W . Jonathan  Cardi ..........................................................................   5
One of tort law's chief aims is to repair the loss wrongfully suffered by one
party at the hands of another. Yet the mechanism of repair-forced transfer
of money--often leaves both parties dissatisfied. This Article explores the
possibility of a tort system that includes reconciliation as one of its goals
and considers the role of court-ordered damages in such a system. The
Article suggests that direct efforts by courts to encourage reconciliation
might ultimately further the goals of tort law, as well as produce the
collateral effects of reducing administrative costs, insurance premiums, and
damage verdicts.
THE NEW INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT CRISIS: COMPENSATING WORKERS
FOR INJURIES IN THE OFFICE
by  Rachel M   Janutis .........................................................................  25
The legal system has historically afforded inferior remedies for emotional
injuries than it has for physical injuries. This bias against psychological

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