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目次

  • 1.Introduction
  • 2.Modern English Civil Proceedings:Progress and Challenges
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.General Features of English Law,the Court System and Lawyers
    • 3.Sources of English Civil Procedure
    • 4.Pillars of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998
    • 5.Stages in a Case’s Development
    • 6.Fundamental Elements of Civil Evidence
    • 7.Remaining Challenges
  • 3.Case Management and the Commercial Court
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Nature of the Commercial Court
    • 3.Procedural Innovation
    • 4.Case Management in the Commercial Court
    • 5.ADR and the Commercial Court
    • 6.Early Neutral Evaluation
    • 7.Challenges for the Commercial Court
    • 8.Closing Remarks
  • 4.Expert Evidence in General
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Experts under the CPR Scheme
    • 3.Selection of a Party‐Appointed Experts Witness
    • 4.Expert Witnesses’Responsibility to the Court
    • 5.Litigation Privilege and Party‐Appointed Experts
    • 6.Court’s Permission to Adduce Expert Evidence
    • 7.Contents of the Expert’s Report
    • 8.Disclosure of Expert Reports
    • 9.Written Questions
    • 10.Discussions between Experts
    • 11.Witness Immunity
    • 12.Concluding Remarks
  • 5.Experts and Proof of Foreign Law in English Civil Proceedings
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.General Aspects of Foreign Law in English Civil Proceedings
    • 3.Dealing with Issues of Foreign Law
    • 4.Interaction of Party‐Appointed Experts and Judge
    • 5.Conclusion
  • 6.Settlement and Mediation
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Freedom of Contract and Freedom to Settle
    • 3.Importance of Settlement
    • 4.Official Support for Settlement
    • 5.Mediation Agreements
    • 6.Priviledges Protecting Mediation and Settlement Negotiations
    • 7.Settlement Offers and Costs Incentives to Compromise
    • 8.The Courts’Role in Achieving Settlement
    • 9.Closing Remarks
  • 7.Legal Advice and Litigation Privilege
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Nature of Privileges
    • 3.Legal Advice Privilege
    • 4.Litigation Privilege
    • 5.Concluding Remarks
  • 8.Client Confidentiality in General:‘Chinese Walls’
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Injunctions to Protect a Client’s Confidential Information
    • 3.Proposal to Establish a New Client:Conflict of Interest
    • 4.No Real Risk of Misuse of Confidential Information
    • 5.Trend towards Greater Judicial Faith in ‘Chinese Walls’
    • 6.Concluding Comments on ‘Chinese Walls’
  • 9.Flexibility and Formality in English Contract Law
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Freedom of Contract
    • 3.Gratuitous Promises
    • 4.Formalities and Contracts for the Transfer of Land
    • 5.Interpretation of Written Contracts
    • 6.Contractual Activity and Litigation
    • 7.Conclusion
  • 10.Does English Contract Law Need a Code?
    • 1.Nature and Benefits of a Code
    • 2.Dominance of Case Law in English Contract Law
    • 3.Contexts where Statute Predominates
    • 4.Contexts where Statute and Common Law are Intertwined
    • 5.Attempts at Codifying the Common Law System of Contract
    • 6.Problems with the Case Law Technique
    • 7.Coping with the Common Law
    • 8.Reluctance to Abandon the Case Law Tradition
    • 9.Enhancing the Law’s Accessibility within the Foreign Market
  • 11.Remedies for Breach of Contract
    • 1.Introduction
    • 2.Debt Claims
    • 3.Specific Performance and Injunctions
    • 4.Contractual Damages
    • 5.Restitutionary Claims and the Principle of Unjust Enrichment
    • 6.Liquidated Damages and the Penalty Doctrine
    • 7.Deposits