Concert-of-action Rule

Concert-of-action Rule

Definition

A theory in tort law that imposes liability upon a defendant for harm caused by a third party if the defendant (a) acts in concert with the third party or in pursuit of a common design or plan; (b) knows that the third party’s conduct constitutes a breach of duty; or (c) provides substantial assistance to the third party in accomplishing the tortious act.

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