Essays from the Second International Symposium on the Law of Remedies held in Auckland, New Zealand in November 2007.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Remedies for bad behaviour in Canadian contract law /Robert Sharpe Reliance damages for breach of contract /David McLaughlan Fuller and Perdue's limitations : opportunities, performance, and quantification /Maree Chetwin Damages for breach of contracts with alternative performances /Michael G. Pratt Coherence, non-pecuniary loss, and the construction of privacy /Michael Tilbury Beyond dignity? /Grant Hammond Redressing dignitary injuries and non-economic loss in novel torts: challenges for the law of remedies /Penelope Watson Holism and harmony in the law of remedies /Ken Cooper-Stephenson Remedies : the key to the common law system? /Steve Hedley Beyond compensation : apology as a private law remedy /Robyn Carroll Remedies for breaches of 'public' obligations : the equality principle meets the welfare state and the new constitutionalism /Geoff McLay Addressing the remedial interests of patients after an adverse event in healthcare: the New Zealand response /Joanna Manning Crown and remedies /David Wright Remedies and accountability for unlawful judicial action in New Zealand : could the law be tidier? /Bruce V. Harris Plea to reject the United States Supreme Court's due-process review of punitive damages /Doug Rendleman Remedies for breach of fiduciary duty in joint ventures /Jessica Palmer Mareva orders in globalized litigation /David Capper Exporting your remedy : a Canadian perspective on the recognition and enforcement of monetary and other relief /H. Scott Fairley Damages in transnational tort litigation : legislative restrictions and the substance/procedure distinction in Australian conflict of laws /Gary Davis Globalization of defamation /Russell L. Weaver & David F. Partlett Class action as sheriff : private law enforcement and remedial roulette /Peta Spender Class actions (representative proceedings) and the exercise of the Cy-Pres doctrine : time for improved scrutiny /Jeff Berryman.