Wrongs and Remedies in the Twenty-First Century

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1. Personal Injuries in the Twenty-First Century: Thinking the Unthinkable1
Patrick A tiyah
2. Professional and Client: The Duty of Care47
John Powell
3. Professional Negligence in Tort: The Search for a Theory67
Keith Stanton 4. The Negligent Professional: Liability for a Fair Share91 Tony Dugdale
5. The Fiduciary Relationship and its Application to Doctors and Patients111
Ian Kennedy
6. Professionals as Competing Monopolists141
Joshua Getzler
7. Reforming Exemplary Damages153
Andrew Burrows
8. Punitive Damages175
Nicholas McBride
9. Restitutionary Damages203
Harvey McGregor
10. Exceptional Measures of Damages in Contract217
Hugh Beale
11. Rethinking Penalty Clauses249
Tony Downes
12. Controlling the Power to Agree Damages271
Mindy Chen-Wishart
13. Exceptional Measures of Damages: A Search for Principles301
Peter Cane
Index327

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