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Concerted-Action Liability

Definition

A type of vicarious joint liability in which one defendant is held liable for the acts of others because he expressly or impliedly agreed to engage with the tortfeasors in the activity that caused the harm, even though he did not actually cause the harm to the plaintiff.

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