Index
Allen v. Flood, importance 6
American law 59ff., 111ff.
criticism of 74
economic torts, breach important? 60
'impropriety' as test 63
interference as tort 61
jury, role of 63f.
liability, instances of 64f.
own contract, interference 66
Pennzoil case 61f.
purpose and means 66
Restatement 61
Atkin, Lord 25
Bassey, Shirley18, 38
Beaudesert buried 13
bonus, bribe and 23
Bramwell, Lord 22
breach, voluntary and inevitable 34
bribe, bonus and 23
Bridge, Lord 75
Causation, physical and economic 12
Cave J.71
competition, improper motive 73
competitors, special relationship? 70
consideration, bonus as 23
contract, inducing breach 4
actual or prospective? 23
anticipatory breach 34
breach, nature of 33
breach, non-performance and 34
breach, tort as 67, 88
conflicting interests 10
double aspects of 28
economic harm, and 2
efficient breach 4
fault and 32
general and special 26
inducing breach, new tort? 6
privity 11, 19, 89, 99
right and expectation 28
Cooke, Lord 75
Cortot, Alfred57
Damages, 'businessman' test 10
demonstrators, liability of 19
Denning, Lord 8, 36, 37, 41
Diplock, Lord 13, 24, 37, 41
dirty tricks 16
discretion, courts' attitude 75
Dobbs, Dan7, 74
Economic harm
companies and individuals 76
intentional and negligent 14, 115
negligence 60
economic torts
academic dissatisfaction 7
different criteria, evaluation 68, 74f.
different interests 11
genus and species 24f.
liability, tests evaluated 69
marginalised 5
means wrongful 35
principle of liability 21
robbers and wreckers 70
secondary liability? 32f.
physical different 11
economics, morality, and 3
English law, criticism of 74
equity, common law, and 31
Fatal accidents, financial loss 71
Fifoot, CH5
Finnis, John 72
freedom, act badly, to 72
imperilled 15, 99
speech, of 18, 20
French law 56f., 119
basis of liability 56
unfair competition 58
Fry LJ56
German law 45ff., 121ff.
immorality, examples of 49, 123
immorality, test of 48f.
inducing breach 54, 121f.
intentional harm 46
liability, test of 47

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