OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory: Volume I

ISBN : 9780198851356

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¥14,608
Author: 
Paul B Miller; John Oberdiek
Pages
256 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Nov 2020
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Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory is a biennial forum for some of the best new work in private law theory by scholars from around the world. The essays range widely over issues in general private law theory as well as specific fields, including the theoretical analysis of tort law, property law, contract law, fiduciary law, trust law, remedies and restitution, and the law of equity. OSPLT will be essential reading for academic lawyers, philosophers, political scientists, economists, and historians who wish to keep up with the latest developments in the flourishing field of private law theory.

Index: 

About the Editors
List of Contributors
Acknowledgments
1. Charlie Webb: Duties and Damages
2. Larissa Katz: When it is Wrong to Hold On: A Principle of Non-Derogation
3. Kenneth W Simons: The Hegemony of the Reasonable Person in Anglo-American Tort Law
4. Katrina M Wyman: Property as Intangible Property
5. Ben McFarlane and Andreas Televantos: Third Party Effects in Private Law: Form and Function
6. Leslie Kendrick: Culpability and Negligence
7. Shyamkrishna Balganesh: Intellectual Property Law and Redressive Autonomy
8. Mindy Chen-Wishart and Victoria Dixon: Good Faith in English Contract Law: A Humble '3 by 4' Approach

About the author: 

Paul B. Miller is Professor of Law, Associate Dean of International and Graduate Programs, and Director of the Program on Private Law at Notre Dame Law School.; John Oberdiek is Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School and Co-Director of the Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy.

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