This article examines the doctrine of implied indemnity in light of the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Florida in Houdaille Industries, Inc. v. Edwards. The authors discuss the meaning of "fault" and "no fault" in terms of the mechanisms of accident law, develop three models for allocating accident losses, and evaluate the change in accident law introduced in Houdaille, concluding that the court achieved conceptual consistency at the expense of equity.
George W. Chesrow, Roger B. Howard, and Jean G. Howard,
Fault and Equity: Implied Indemnity After Houdaille,
34 U. Miami L. Rev.
Available at: http://repository.law.miami.edu/umlr/vol34/iss3/9