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Chapters in Books

2019, “Remedies for Contract Breach in Canada”, chapter prepared for David Campbell and Roger Halson eds. Research Handbook in Private Law Remedies(UK: Edward Elgar, 2019) 368-387.

2018, “Remedies for Breach of Privacy in Canada” in Jason NE Varuhas and Nicole Moreham eds. Remedies for Breach of Privacy (London: Hart Publishing, 2018) 323-348.

2017, “Making Amends by Apologising for Defamatory Publications – Developments in the 21st Century”, with Robyn Carroll in Kit Barker, Ross Grantham, and Karen Fairweather ed. Private Law in the Twenty First Century (London: Hart Publishing, 2017) 479-499.

 2016, “Non-pecuniary Damages for Personal Injury:  A Reflection on the Canadian Experience”. In Eoin Quill and Raymond Friel eds.  Damages and Compensation Culture (London: Hart Publishing, 2016) 95- 112.

2015, with Lionel Smith, "Disgorgement of Profits in Canada", chapter 16 in Ewoud Hondius and André Janssen eds. Disgorgement of Profits: Gain-Based Remedies throughout the World (Switzerland: Springer, 2015) 281-297.

2013, “Specific Performance and Real Property Contracts:  A Canadian Tale”, in Francois Lichere and Russell Weaver eds., Remedies and Property (Aix-En-Provence: Presses Universitaries D’Aix-Marseille, 2013) 85-100.

2013, “Cy-Pres as a Class Action Remedy – Justly Maligned or Just Misunderstood?”, with Robyn Carroll, in Kit Barker and Darryn Jensen eds. Private Law: Key Encounters with Public Law (Cambridge University Press)(forthcoming)(61 pages).

2011, Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink: Behavioural Modification, Cy-pres Distributions and Class Actions”, in Jasminka Kalajdzic ed., Accessing Justice: Appraising Class Actions Ten Years After Dutton, Hollick & Rumley (Markham: LexisNexis, 2011) 133-167. [This is a reprint of my article in the Supreme Court Law Review of the same name.]

2011, “Challenging Shibboleths: Evidence Based Policy Making, the Supreme Court of Canada and Anton Piller Orders”, in Russell Weaver and Francois Lichère eds. Recognition and enforcement of judgements: Comparative and international perspectives – Reconnaissance et execution des judgements: perspectives compares et internationals (Aix-en-provence: Presses Universitaires d’aix-marseille, 2010) 318-361.

2010, “Class Actions (Representative Proceedings) and the Exercise of the Cy-Pres Doctrine: Time for Improved Scrutiny” in J. Berryman and R. Bigwood, The Law of Remedies: New Directions in the Common Law, (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2010). Chapter 22, pages 727-762.

 2009, “Rethinking Damages for Personal Injury: Is it too late to take the facts seriously?” in Robert Sharpe and Kent Roach editors, Taking Rights Seriously (Ottawa: Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, 2009) 167-203.

2006, “Thirty Years After: Anton Piller Orders and the Supreme and Federal Courts of Canada”, in S. Kierkegaard ed. Business, Law & Technology: Present and Emerging Trends (Copenhagen, International Association of IT Lawyers, 2006) pages 2-23.

2005, “Damages for Breach of Contract” , chapters 2,3, and 4 in Jeff Berryman, Stephen Kos, and Peter Watts, Contractual Remedies, a booklet published by the New Zealand Law Society - Continuing Legal Education programme, (Wellington, NZLS, 2005) pages 43-112.

2004, “Legitimating ‘Legitimate Expectations’: A case study on filial responsibility; can parents recover for supporting their children at university?”, in J. Neyers, M. McInnes, S. Pitel ed. Understanding Unjust Enrichment (Hart Publishing, 2003) chap. 15 pp383-403.

2000, Authored casebook section on Equitable Compensation for Gillien & Woodman The Law of Trusts a Contextual Approach (Toronto, Emond Montgomery, 2000) pages 536-562.

1996, "Mareva Injunctions: Canadian and Australian Comparisons", Civil Remedies: Issues and Developments (Robyn Carroll editor.) (Sydney: Federation Press, 1996), 216-246.