Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: Assessing Damages in Class Actions – The Honourable Mr. Justice Warren K. Winkler (Superior Court of Justice), Patricia D. S. Jackson (Torys LLP), C. Scott Ritchie, Q.C. (Siskind, Cromarty, Ivey & Dowler LLP)
CHAPTER 2: Damages in Competition Law – Sandra A. Forbes, Christopher D. Margison (Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP)
CHAPTER 3: Damages in Constitutional Cases – Janet E. Minor (Constitutional Law Branch, Ministry of the Attorney General)
CHAPTER 4: Unjust Enrichment – Alan J. Lenczner, Q.C. (Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP)
CHAPTER 5: Restitution as an Alternative to Damages in Contract and Tort – John D. McCamus (Osgoode Hall Law School)
CHAPTER 6: Is it Time to Revisit the Trilogy? – Roger G. Oatley (Oatley, Vigmond)
CHAPTER 7: Judging Cause and Effect: The Challenges in Assessing Damages in Sexual Abuse Cases – Elizabeth K. P. Grace (Lerners LLP)
CHAPTER 8: Psychiatric Damages – Geoffrey D.E. Adair, Q.C. (Adair Morse LLP)
CHAPTER 9: Contingencies, Loss of Interpersonal Relationship, The Material Contribution Test & Punitivite, Exemplary and Aggravated Damages – John A. McLeish (McLeish Orlando LLP)
CHAPTER 10: Commercial Law Damages: Market Efficiency or Regulation of Behaviour? – The Honourable Mr. Justice Robert J. Sharpe (Court of Appeal for Ontario)
CHAPTER 11: Damages for Public Market Liability – Thomas G. Heintzman, Q.C., Sarah Armstrong (McCarthy Tétrault LLP)
CHAPTER 12: Convergence of Contract and Tort: Damages in the Age of Concurrent Liability – Bryan Finlay, Q.C., Marie-Andrée Vermette, Brydie Bethell (WeirFoulds LLP)
CHAPTER 13: Establishing Economic Loss – John Lorn McDougall, Q.C. (Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP)
CHAPTER 14: Wild Justice on the Compensation/Punishment Frontier: An Attempt to Make Some Sense of Aggravated and Punitive Damages after Whiten – Kirk F. Stevens (Lerners LLP)
CHAPTER 15: Recent Developments Relating to the Awarding of Damages within an Employment Law Context: A Unifying Theory – Janice B. Payne, Ted J. Murphy (Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP)

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