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(Reprinted from Volume 17 of the Supreme Court Law Review, Second Series)
Featuring contributions from a number of respected legal scholars and jurists, this collection of essays was prepared in tribute to internationally respected scholar and jurist, the Honourable Mr. Justice Allen M. Linden
Table of contents
Table of Cases
The Fairest of them All: The Supreme Court of Canada's Tort Jurisprudence
The International Torts to the Person Revived?
Duty of Care and the Supply of Alcohol
"Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave": Liability in Negligence for Nervous Shock
What Happens When Common Law Duty Conflicts with Fiduciary Duty? Informed Consent in the Context of Fertility Clinic Liability
Family Matters: Mothers as Secondary Defendants in Child Sexual Abuse Actions
Significance and Consequences of Parental Responsibility Legislation
Who Lost What? Relationship and Relational Loss
Tort, Contract and the Allocation of Risk
Sliding Doors - Alternative Life Patterns in Personal Injury Damages
A Comparative Look at Punitive Damages in Canada
A New Approach to Tort Doctrine: Taking the Best From the Civil Law and Common Law of Canada
Equity in Torts
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