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Articles
Tang Hang Wu, ‘Confidence and the Constructive Trust’ (2003) 23 LS 135I
M. Conaglen ‘Thinking about proprietary remedies for breach of confidence’ (2008) IPQ 82
Millward et aI ‘Workplace industrial relations in transition’ (the ED/ESRC/PSI/ACAS Survey) (1992) ch 6. Cullyet al ‘The 1998 Workplace Employee Relations Survey: the First Findings’ (ESRC/ ACAS/PSI, 1998; URN 98/934).
K F K, “Repair, rejection & rescission: an uneasy solution” (2007) 123 Law Quarterly Review” 536
Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia, Vol 20, para 862.
Law Commission, Simplifying Consumer Legislation: A response from the Law Commission to the DT/’s Consultative Document on Strategy (2004).
R Bradgate and C Twigg-Flesner, Blackstone’s Guide to Consumer Sales and Associated Guarantees (2003) pp 22 to 26.
M Thomson. “A Simple Case? – J & H Ritchie ltd v Lloyd ltd. 2007 SL T 377” 2
D Carr, “Repairs, Refusals and out in the Law Rejections” (2007] Cambridge Law Journal 498
Law Commission Consultation Paper No. 188 “Consumer Remedies for Faulty Goods, A Joint Consultation paper. Law com
F Reynolds, “Loss of the Right to Reject” (2003) 119 Law Quarterlv Review 544
K Mullan, “Satisfaction guaranteed or no deal” [1990] Journal of Business Law 231
R Bradgate and F White, “Rejection and Termination in Contracts for the Sale of Goods” in J Birds, R Bradgate and C Villers (ads), Termination of Contracts (1995)
S Atlyah, J N Adams and H MacQueen, The Sale of Goods (11th ed 2005) chapter 1. Bell, Commentaries on the Laws of Scot/and (5th ed 1826), Vol I, Book III, P 439.
L Miller, “The Common Frame of Reference and the feasibility of a common cortract law in Europe” [2007] Journal of Business Law 378.
G, Howells and S Weatherill, Consumer Protection Law (2nd ed 2005) p 201.
L, Conway, “Proposed Consumer Rights Directive” http://www,parilament.uk/commons/llb/research/brleflngs/snha-05097.pdf, hence the government’s Davidson Review, Final Report (November 2006) para 3.2 .
EU level draft directive 2008 COM (200B) 614/3: see http://ec.europa.eu/consum;/rights/cons_acquis_en.htm.
J J White and R S Summers, Uniform Commercial Code (2000) p 318.
BERR, “Consumer Law Review Call for Evidence (May 2008).
Rott, German Sales Law Two Years After the Implementation of Directive 1999/44/ECGerman Law Journal 5, 237 to 256, 20.
White, “The EC Directive on Certain Aspects of Consumer Sale and Associated Guarantees: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?” (2000) 7(1) CLP 3.
Office of Fair Trading, Consumer Detriment: Assessing the frequency and impact of consumer problems with goods and services (April 2008). http://www.oft.gov.uklshared_ oft/reports/consumer _protection/oft992.pdf
A Buck and N Balmer, Causes of Action: Civil Law and Social Justice 2006
J. Hull, ‘Stealing Secrets: A Review of the Law Commission’s Consultation Paper on Misuse of Trade Secrets’ (l998) 4 IPQ 422.
Law Commission. Legislating the Criminal Code: Misuse of Trade Secrets. Consultation Paper No. 150 (1997). Para . 3.1.
P, Hibberd, D, Merrifield and A. Taylor “Key factors in contractual relationships” (1990) RICS; London.
H, Cale and A, Dugdale, “Contracts between businessmen: planning and the use of contractual remedies”. (1975) British Journal of Law and Society, 2, 45-60.
MA, Al-Shawi, and A E Hope, “Expert systems and contractual disputes: extensions of time under JCT 80. (1989) Construction Management and Economics, 7(1), 65- I
S, Edwards, “Remedies for Breach of Contract: The Jimi Hendrix Experience” 39 Essex Street Chambers page 2

W C H Ervine, “The Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002” 2003 SLT (News) 67 at 69.
Law Com, “Remedies under the Human Rights Act in the Employment Context” paragraph 6
S, Cotton, “Remedies for breach of contract” http://ldpracticallaw.Com17-101-0603
W, Hughes, “Improving the relationship between construction law and construction management” http://www.personal.rdg.ac.ukI~kCShUWill~Ckv.html·
R,Lewis, (1982) Contracts between businessmen: reform of the law of firm offers and an empirical study of tendering practices in the building industry. British Journal of Law and Society, 9, 153-175
Dickens, Hart, Jones and Weeks ‘Re-employment of unfairly dismissed workers: he lost remedy’ (l981) 10 IL) 160
Williams and Lewis ‘The aftermath of tribunal reinstatement and re-engagement’DE Research PaperNo 2. (191\1),
Sale and Supply of Goods (1987) Law Com No 160; Scot Law Com no. 104
Department of Trade and Industry, A Trader’s Guide: The Law Relating to the Supply of Goods and Services (2005) p 13.
C Willett, M Morgan-Taylor and A Naidoo, “The Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations” [2004] Journal of Business Law 94 at 114 to 115.
Bradgate, “Remedying the Unfit Fitted Kitchen” (2004) 120 Law Quarterly Review 558. .
L. Bently and C. Mitchell, ‘Combining Money Awards for Patent Infringement: Spring Form Inc v. Toy Brokers Ltd’ [2003) Restitution Law Review 79
L, Bently, ‘Accounting of Profits Gained from Infringement of Copyright: When Will It End?’ [1990] EIPR 5, 7-8.

Books

Brearley and Bloch Employment Covenants and Confidential Information: Law, Practice and Technique (2nd edn. 1999).
R, Pearce and J, Stevens, “The Law of Trusts and Equitable Obligations” (Fourth Edition, Oxford University Press, 2006) pages 32 -33
R, Stone, “Principles of Contract Law” (Cavendish Publishing, 2000, Fourth Edition) page 313
I, Smith & G, Thomas, “Smith & Woods Employment Law” (Oxford University Press, Ninth Edition, 2008) page 532 Harvey DI {2371}.
L, Bently and B, Sherman, “Intellectual Property Law” (Oxford University Press, Third Edition, 2009) page 1034
Chitty on Contracts (29th ed 2004) para 26-047.

Cases

Photo Production Ltd v Securicor Transport Ltd [1980] 1 All ER 556
Wilson v Northampton and Banbury Junction Rly Co (1874) 9 Ch App 279
Cooperative Insurance v Argyll [1997] 3 All ER 297.
Wilson v Northampton and Banbury Junction Rly Co (1874) 9 Ch App 279
Falcke v Gray (1859) 4 Drew 651
Earne v Lisle (l749) Amb 75
Thorn v Public Works (1 863) 32 Beav 490
Behnke v Bede Shipping Co Ltd [1927J 1 KB 649
Phillips v Lamdin [1949J 2 KB 33
J & H Ritchie ltd v Lloyd ltd” 2007 JR 241 at 246.
Addis v Gramophone Co. Ltd [1909] AC 488
Smith and Grady v United Kingdom [2000] Application No 33985/96
Nordenfelt v Maxim Nordenfelt Guns and Ammunition Co [1894] AC 535
Esso Petroleum Co Ltd v Harper’s Garage (Stourport) Ltd [1968] AC 269
Faccenda Chicken ltd v Fowler [1986] ICR 297.
Home Counties Dairies Ltd v Skilton [1970] 1 All ER 1227,
Marion White Ltd v Francis [1972] 3 All ER 857,
Littlewoods Orgnisation Ltd v Harris [1978] 1 All ER 1026.  
Johnson & Bloy (Holdings) Ltd v Wolstenholme Rink plc [1987] IRLR 499
Warren v Mendy [1989] IRLR 210
Nothern Electrical Co. V. Percy & G. A. Harvey & Co. (London) [1957] RPC 207, 213-14. L,

Robb v Green [1895] 2 QB 315, 320
Thomas Marshall v Guinle [1979] 1 Ch 227.
Littlewoods Organisation v. Harris [1978J 1 All ER 1026
Herbert Morris v. Saxelby [1916] AC 688
Attwood v. Lamont [1920] 3 KB 571,
Dier’s Case (1414) 2 Hen. V 5, pI. 26,
Mitchel v. Reynolds (l7l1) 1 P. Wms. 181 wI1 I
Attorney-General v. Blake [2000] 3 WLR 625, 72
Commercial Plastics v Vincent [1964] 3 All ER 546
Douglas v Hello! [2001] 2 WLR 992.
Fellowes v Fisher [1976] QB 122
Lansing v Kerr [1991] 1 All ER 418
Ocular Sciences [1997] RPC 289, 410
Peter Pan v. Corsets Silhouette [1963] 3 All ER 402.  
Littlewoods Organisation Ltd v Harris [1978]1 All ER 1026 at 1033, CA
Douglas v Hello (No.8) [2004] EMLR (2) 13 (para. 17)
Games Workshop [1993] FSR 704,713-14
Dormeuil Freres v Peraglow [1990] RPC 449
General Tire v. Firestone [1976] RPC 197, 213
Vine v. TalkSport Ltd [2003] FSR (35) 619 (para. 106) (CA)
Ludlow v. Williams [2002] FSR 868, 8891
Gerber Garment Technology v. Leetra Systems [1997} RPC 443,486
Robinson v Harman (1848) 154 ER 363
Jarvis v Swan Tours ltd [1973] 1 QB 233
Bliss v SE Thames Regional Health Authority [1987] ICR 700
Hayes v James and Charles Dodd [1990] 2 All ER 815
Polkey v A.E. Dayton Services Ltd [1988] ICR 142
Surrey County Council v Bredero Homes [1993] 3 All ER 705
Murphy v Stone Wallwork (Charlton) Ltd [1969] 2 All ER 949 at 952, [1969] 1 WLR 1023, HL.
Galoo Ltd v Bright Grahame Murray (1995) 1 All ER 16
Beco Ltd v Alfa Laval Co. Ltd (1994 4 All ER 464
Hadley v Baxendale (1854) 9 Exch 341
Yetton v Eastwood roy Ltd [1967]1 WLR 104
Banco de Portugal v Waterlow & Sons [1932] AC 452
Hoffberger v Ascot Bloodstock Bureau Ltd (1976) 120 S] 130
British Westinghouse v Underground Electric Railways Co. of London [1912] AC 673
Pilkington v Wood [1953] Ch  Ch 770 
William Bros v ET Agius Ltd [1914] AC 510
Williams v Reynolds 1865) 6 B & S49S)
 Bence Graphics International Ltd v Fasson UK Ltd [1998] QB 87
Bacon I V Cooper (Metals) Ltd [1982]1 All FR 397)
Kwei Tek Chao v British Traders Ltd [1954] 2 QB 459
Jeancharrn Ltd v Barnet Football Club Ltd [2003] EWCA Civ 58, [2003] 92 Con LR 26
Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. Ltd v New Caras. Md Motor Co. Ltd [1915] AC 79
 Qualcast (Wolverhampton) Ltd v Ross [1979] IeR 386, [1979] IRLR 98, EAT.
Enessy Co SA v Minoprio [1978] IRLR 489,
Adda International Ltd v Curcio [1976] feR 407, [1976] IRLR 425
Lifeguard Assurance ltd v Zadrozny 1977] IRLR 56
Smith, Kline and French Laboratories Ltd v Coates [1977] IRLR 220
Brownson v Hire Service Shops Ltd [1978] ICR 517, 
Young’s of Gosport Ltd v Kendell [1977] ICR 907, [1977] IRLR4,
Daley A E Dorsett (Almar) Dolls) Ltd [1982] 1 
Polkey v AE Dayton Services Ltd [1988] ICR 142
Kelly-Madden v Manor Surgery (UKEAT/0105/06)
Irgesund Converters Ltd v Lewis ,198411CR 544 at 552.
Celanese v. BP [1999] RPC 203.
Union Carbide v. BP [1998] FSR 1
Siddell v. Vickers (1888) 5 RPC 416
My Kinda ,Town II [1983] RPC 15
Potton v. Yorkclose [1990] FSR 11
Cohen v Roche [1927J 1 KB 169
Sky Petroleum Ltd v VIP Petroleum Ltd [1974] 1 All ER 954
Ball v Coggs (710) 1 Bro Pari Cas 140, HL;
Kenney v Wexham (l822) 6 Madd 355;
Adderley v Dix:on (1824) I Sim & 51 607;
Clifford v Turrell (J84l) I Y & C Ch Cas 138;
Beswick v Beswick [1968J AC 58
Ashton v Corrigan (I87l) LR 13 Eq 76
Swiss Bank Corpn v Lloyds Bank Ltd [1982] AC 584
Deero-Wall International SA v Practitioners in Marketing Ltd [1971J 1 WLR 361
Evans Marshall & Co v Bertola SA [1973J 1 All ER 992.
Lumley v Wagner (l8S2) 1 De GM & G 604;
Johnson v Shrewsbury and Birmingham Rly (ISS3) 3 De GM & G 914;
Brett v East India and London Shipping Co Ltd (1864) 2 Hem & M 404
Britain v Rossiter , (I879) 11 QBD 123;
Rigby v Connol (I880) 14 Ch D 482;
De Francesco v Barnum (l890) 45 Ch D 430
Sutherland Publishing v Caxton Publishing [1936] Ch 323, 336
Ludlow v. Williams [2002] FSR 868, 882
Warner Bros Picture Inc v Nelson [1937] 1 KB 209
Page One Records Ltd v Britton [1967] 3 All ER 822
 CH Giles & Co Ltd v Morris [1972] 1 WLR 307
Scandinavian Trading Tanker Co Ab v Flota Petrolera Ecuatoriana, The Scraptrade [1983] 2 AC 694
Ryan v Mutual Tontine Westminster Chambers Association [1893] 1 Ch 116
Tito v Waddell (No.2) [1977] Ch 106
Giles & Co Ltd v Morris
Jefferys v Jefferys (l841) Cr & Ph 138
Cannon v Hartley [1949] Ch 213.
Wolverhampton Corpn v Emmons [1901] 1 KB 515 at 525, per Romer LJ;
Redland Bricks Ltd v Morris [1970] AC 652 at 666,
England v Curling (I844) 8 Beav 129
Sichel v Mosenthal (1862) 30 Beav 371; and Scott v Rayment (I868)LR ,  Eq 112.
Baxter v Conolly (l820) I Jac & W S76
Darbey v Whitaker (18S7) 4 Drew 134
Bluscope Steel v Kelly (2007) FCA 517
The Spycatcher [1990] AC 109
Coulthard v. DMC [1999]2All ER 457, 477-80
Attorney General v Blake [1996] 3 WLR 741
Gorse v Durham County Council [1971]2 All ER 666
Ruxley Electronics and Construction Limited v Forsyth [1996] AC 344

Attorney General v Blake (2001)1 AC 268

Internet references

H, MacQueen et al, “DCFR and “restitutionary damages” for breach of contract” http://www.law.ed.ac.ukleplnlblogentry.aspx?blogentryref=7780
 S, Cotton, “Remedies for breach of contract” · http://ld.practicallaw.coml7 -101-0603

Legislation
Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977
Misrepresentation Act 1967
Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999.
Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982

Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002.
Civil Procedure Rules 1998
Sale of Goods Act. 1893
Sale of Goods Act 1979
Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977
Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999
Trade Union and Labour Relations Act 1974,
Employment Rights Act 1996
Intellectual Property (Enforcement, etc) Regulations 2006 

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