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Commercial Law: Perspectives and Practice

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Edited by: John Lowry, Loukas Mistelis

ISBN13: 9781405710077
ISBN: 1405710071
Published: January 2006
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: IUK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Based on a series of lectures hosted by the Centre for Commercial Law to honour Sir Roy Goode, Commercial Law: Perspectives & Practice features innovative contributions from today’s top commercial lawyers looking at the future direction of commercial law.

Unique and with a strong practical focus, the book contains authoritative and wide-ranging commentary on commercial law from esteemed experts in the field. Including contributions on commercial topics from arbitration to security, and from contract to tax avoidance, its UK focus is complemented by penetrating global comparisons.

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Commercial Law
Introduction - John Lowry and Loukas Mistelis
Part I Sources
1. Contract: the heart of commercial law - Lord Millett
2. Do we need a new Sale of Goods Act? - Michael Bridge
3. Reform of the law of security interests over personal property - Hugh Beale
4. Commercial lore and commercial law - Ross Cranston QC
Part II [F]actors of Commercial Law
5. Tax avoidance - Lord Hoffmann
6. Banks, agency and unjust enrichment - Charles Mitchell
7. The trust in European commercial life - Mr Justice Hayton
8. Enron and corporate law reform in the UK and the European Community - Paul Davies
Part III Obligations and Remedies
9. Unconscionability and commercial law - Charles Rickett
10. Proprietary remedies - Peter Birks QC
11. Proprietary remedies and insolvency policy: the need for a new approach - Sarah Worthington
12. Duty and liability in respect of funds - James Penner
Part IV Resolution of Commercial Disputes
13. Autonomy of international arbitration procedure - Julian Lew QC
14. On reforming the English Arbitration Act 1996 - Johnny Veeder QC
15. The State of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) in Civil and Commercial Matters - Arthur Marriott QC