Commercial Remedies: Current Issues and Problems by Andrew Burrows

Commercial Remedies: Current Issues and Problems

EditorAndrew Burrows, Edwin Peel

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The sixth volume in the Oxford Law Colloquium Series analyses the workings of, and problems associated with, commercial remedies. The book adopts the format of a collection of essays by leading academics, each with a response from a practitioner offering an insight into how the differentelements of this subject are dealt with in practice. Beginning with a discussion of compensatory damages, the first Part then turns to limitations on compensation, and concludes with a re-evaluation of the SAAMCO principle. The second Part examines restitution and punishment, with particular focuson proprietary restitution for unjust enrichment and the restitution of profits made by a breach of contract. The final Part looks at how the law on agreed remedies might develop, analyses the impact of the Human Rights Act 1993 on litigation between private parties, and concludes with aconsideration of commercial remedies in the conflict of laws. This is a highly topical area of law and Commercial Remedies makes a significant contribution to the debate.

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Andrew Burrows is Norton Rose Professor of Commercial Law in the University of Oxford, and Fellow of St Hugh's College. Edwin Peel is Fellow and Tutor in Law at Keble College, Oxford.
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Title:Commercial Remedies: Current Issues and ProblemsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:344 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.94 inPublished:March 1, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Foreword by Lord NichollsPart A: Compensation1. John Cartwright: Compensatory Damages: Some Central Issues of Assessment2. Gabrielle Hurley: Compensatory Damages: Comment3. Compensatory Damages: Review of Discussion4. Andrew Burrows: Limitations on Compensation5. Chris Ryan: Limitations on Compensation: Comment6. Limitations on Compensation: Review of Discussion7. Edwin Peel: SAAMCO Revisited8. Richard Butler: SAAMCO In Practice9. SAAMCO: Review of DiscussionPart B: Restitution and Punishment10. Ewan McKendrick: Breach of Contract, Restitution for Wrongs and Punishment11. Sam Eastwood: Breach of Contract, Restitution for Wrongs and Punishment: Comment12. Breach of Contract, Restitution for Wrongs and Punishment: Review of Discussion13. Peter Birks: Restitution of Unjust Enrichment14. Richard Calnan: Proprietary Remedies for Unjust Enrichment15. Restitution of Unjust Enrichment: Review of DiscussionPart C: Agreed Remedies, Human Rights and Conflict of Laws16. Louise Gullifer: Agreed Remedies17. John Shelton: Agreed Remedies: Comment18. Agreed Remedies: Review of Discussion19. Nicholas Bamforth: Private Law Remedies and the Human Rights Act 1998: An Overview20. Andrew Henderson: Private Law Remedies and the Human Rights Act 1998: Defining the Limits of Interpretation21. Private law Remedies and the Human Rights Act 1998: Review of Discussion22. Adrian Briggs: Conflict of Laws and Commercial Remedies23. Philip Reed: Conflict of Laws and Commercial Remedies: Comment24. Conflict of Laws and Commercial Remedies: Review of Discussion

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`This scholarly collection of some 14 essays will be of considerable use to insolvency practitioners....In technical terms the essays are beautifully produced. This reviewer has nothing but praise for this collection.'David Millman, University of Manchester, Insolvency Lawyer, December 2001