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Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Commercial Remedies: Resolving ControversiesCambridge University Press has published Commercial Remedies: Resolving Controversies edited by Professor Graham Virgo and Professor Sarah Worthington. Commercial Remedies: Resolving Controversies is the product of a workshop run by the Cambridge Private Law Centre (CPLC) and a number of members of the Faculty have made contributions.

The law of commercial remedies raises a number of important doctrinal, theoretical and practical controversies which deserve sustained and rigorous examination.

This volume explores such controversies and suggests solutions, which is essential to ensure that the law is defensible, clear and just. With contributions from twenty-three leading academic and practitioner experts, this book addresses significant issues in the law which, taken together, range across the entire remedial jurisdiction as it applies to commercial disputes.

The book primarily focuses on the resolution of controversies in the English law of commercial remedies, but recent developments elsewhere are also considered, especially in other common law jurisdictions. The result provides remarkably comprehensive coverage of the field which will be of relevance to academics, students, judges and practitioners.

For more information about this book, please refer to the CUP website. For information about other publications by Professors Virgo and Worthington, or any of the other Faculty authors, see their Faculty profiles.