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Gain-based Damages: Contract, Tort, Equity and Intellectual Property

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ISBN13: 9781841133348
ISBN: 1841133345
Published: April 2002
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £65.00



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This text considers the nature of gain-based damages and explains when they have historically been available and why, and provides a framework for appreciating the operation of such damages awards. The first part of the book justifies the existence of these damages, which focus upon a defendant wrongdoer's gain made as a result of a civil wrong, explaining the nature and need for such a remedy and the scope of civil wrongs.

The core thesis of the book is that two different forms of such gain-based damages exist: the first is concerned with restitution of a defendant's gains wrongfully transferred from a claimant; the second is concerned only with stripping profits from the defendant's hands. The two different awards are based on different rationales. The second part of the book considers and applies this approach, demonstrating its operation throughout the cases of civil wrongs. The operation of the two forms is demonstrated in cases in the areas of tort, contract, equitable wrongs and intellectual property wrongs.

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Subjects:
Remedies and Damages, Restitution
Contents:
NTRODUCTION
1. THE NATURE OF “DAMAGES”
2. THE CATEGORY OF CIVIL WRONGS
3. TWO MEASURES OF GAIN-BASED DAMAGES
4. TORTS
5. BREACH OF CONTRACT
6. EQUITABLE WRONGS
7. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY WRONGS
8. CONCLUSIONS