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Essays in Memory of Professor Jill Poole: Coherence, Modernisation and Integration in Contract, Commercial and Corporate Laws

Edited by: Rob Merkin, James Devenney

ISBN13: 9781138564152
Published: July 2018
Publisher: Informa Law from Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £115.00

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This book is a collection of original, thought-provoking essays on critical issues in contract, commercial and corporate law.

It is dedicated to the memory of the late Professor Jill Poole, who inspired so many and made such important contributions to these fields of law. The essays are written by leading practitioners and academics in the field, building on Jill’s work. As such this collection will be of interest and importance to professionals, academics and students in these fields of law.

Contract Law
1. Keeping Commercial Law Up to Date Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd
2. Examining English contract law in the light of Brexit – an end to the European dream? Professor Paula Giliker 3. From the 2004 Communication on European Contract to the 2015 Draft Directive on the Supply of Digital Content: harmonisation, Unification or Transformation of EU Private Law Professor Mel Kenny
4. Harmonization and Contract in a Globalized World Dr. Richard Austen-Baker
5. Integrating Remedies for Misrepresentation: Co-Ordinating a Coherent and Principled Framework Professor James Devenney & Professor Geraint Howells
6. The Contract Formation under the Caveat Emptor Rule: Assessing its Utility Professor Robert Lee
7. Consideration in the Modification of Contracts Dr. David Capper
8. Estoppel and Promises: The Importance of Coherence, Rationalisation, and Adhering to Basic Principles Dr. Adam Shaw-Mellors
9. Privity of Contract: Statutory Developments Dr. Séverine Saintier & Professor Rob Merkin
10. Recent Developments in Illegal Contracts Professor Michael Furmston
11. Restraint of Trade Doctrine: A Traditional Tool Fit for the Modern Economy? Dr. Mary Catherine Lucey
12. The Intractable Problems of Illegality and Public Policy in the Law of Contract –A Comparative Perspective Professor Andrew Phang
13. Director’ Financial Liabilities Standards: Opportunism and the Proper Approach to Detterence Dr. Richard Williams