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McGregor has been the leading authority on the law of damages for 150 years. It provides comprehensive coverage of the law, from detailed consideration of the general principles to specific heads of damages. Related procedural issues are also covered, bringing the work up-to-date with the impact of the Civil Procedure Rules.
New coverage in the 18th edition includes extensive discussion of liquidated damages, including Murray v Leisureplay plc; updated analysis of costs, damages and fines arising from previous proceedings; extensive new material on contracts for professional services; extensive new material on the use and impact of periodical payments; updated discussion of non-pecuniary losses in tort and contract; analysis of recent decisions on certainty of damage, including Rugby Joinery; and recent case law on consequential losses in building contracts.