Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 Remedies for Bad Behaviour in Canadian Contract Law
Robert Sharpe
CHAPTER 2 Reliance Damages for Breach of Contract
David McLauchlan
CHAPTER 3 Fuller and Perdue’s Limitations: Opportunities, Performance, and Quantification
Maree Chetwin
CHAPTER 4 Damages for Breach of Contracts with Alternative Performances
Michael G. Pratt
CHAPTER 5 Coherence, Non-Pecuniary Loss, and the Construction of Privacy
Michael Tilbury
CHAPTER 6 Beyond Dignity?
Grant Hammond
CHAPTER 7 Redressing Dignitary Injuries and Non-economic Loss in Novel Torts: Challenges for the Law of Remedies
Penelope Watson
CHAPTER 8 Holism and Harmony in the Law of Remedies
Ken Cooper-Stephenson
CHAPTER 9 Remedies: The Key to the Common Law System?
Steve Hedley
CHAPTER 10 Beyond Compensation: Apology as a Private Law Remedy
Robyn Carroll
CHAPTER 11 Remedies for Breaches of “Public” Obligations: The Equality Principle Meets the Welfare State and the New Constitutionalism
Geoff McLay
CHAPTER 12 Addressing the Remedial Interests of Patients after an Adverse Event in Healthcare: The New Zealand Response
Joanna Manning
CHAPTER 13 The Crown and Remedies
David Wright
CHAPTER 14 Remedies and Accountability for Unlawful Judicial Action in New Zealand: Could the Law be Tidier?
Bruce V. Harris
CHAPTER 15 A Plea to Reject the United States Supreme Court’s Due-Process Review of Punitive Damages
Doug Rendleman
CHAPTER 16 Remedies for Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Joint Ventures
Jessica Palmer
CHAPTER 17 Mareva Orders in Globalized Litigation
David Capper
CHAPTER 18 Exporting Your Remedy: A Canadian Perspective on the Recognition and Enforcement of Monetary and Other Relief
H. Scott Fairley
CHAPTER 19 Damages in Transnational Tort Litigation: Legislative Restrictions and the Substance/Procedure Distinction in Australian Conflict of Laws
Gary Davis
CHAPTER 20 The Globalization of Defamation
Russell L. Weaver & David F. Partlett
CHAPTER 21 The Class Action as Sheriff: Private Law Enforcement and Remedial Roulette
Peta Spender
CHAPTER 22 Class Actions (Representative Proceedings) and the Exercise of the Cy-Pres Doctrine: Time for Improved Scrutiny
Jeff Berryman

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