The long-running debate concerning the scope of the economic loss
rule' presents issues which are important in themselves and as illustrations
of broader questions.2 Litigants and commentators champion the opposing
schools of thought through close analysis of precedent;3 the exchange of
views as to the nature of tort law and contract law;4 and occasionally,
O'Donnell, Edward T.; Weiss, David I.; and Kaplan, Daniel L.
"On the Differences Between Blood and Red Ink: A Second Look at the Policy Arguments for the Abrogation of the Economic Loss Rule in Consumer Litigation,"
Nova Law Review: Vol. 19:
3, Article 4.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/nlr/vol19/iss3/4