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OUT OF PRINT - SAL Journal 2015 Special Issue (Evolving Personal Torts)

This issue discusses the following topics:

 

(a) the defeat of the loss model in tort and a proposal for a more morally attractive picture of torts law beyond the loss model;

 

(b) the widened scope of recoverable damage in negligence actions involving the invasion of personal interest;

 

(c) the continued relevance of Bolam to the duty to inform in Singapore;

 

(d) the impact of the various modes of Internet communications, such as Internet websites, hyperlinking, blogs, e-mails, Twitter and Facebook, on defamatory meaning;

 

(e) how far existing torts protect the notion of privacy and the need for a separate tort of intrusion in New Zealand;

 

(f) the new tort of misuse of private information in the UK;

 

(g) protecting digital information under the European Union’s data protection regime;

 

(h) a new paradigm of “internalising externalities” that could assist courts in deciding the appropriate legal responsibility to be assigned to entities; and

 

(i) the differences in tort and equity on participatory liability and a case for their assimilation

 

 

Guest Editors: Christian Witting and Goh Yihan

 
 
Articles by

1. Christian Witting & Goh Yihan
2. Allan Beever
3. Margaret Fordham
4. Kumaralingam Amirthalingam
5. Gary Chan Kok Yew
6. Stephen Todd
7. Paula Giliker
8. Hannah Lim Yee Fen
9. David Tan
10. Lee Pey Woan
 
 
Contents
 
Articles
1. Evolving Personal Torts – An Introduction
2. What Does Tort Law Protect?
3. The Protection of Personal Interests – Evolving Forms of Damage in Negligence
4. Medical Negligence and Patient Autonomy – Bolam Rules in Singapore and Malaysia: Revisited
5. Reputation and Defamatory Meaning on the Internet – Communications, Contexts and Communities
6. Tortious Intrusions upon Solitude and Seclusion – A Report from New Zealand
7. A Common Law Tort of Privacy? – The Challenges of Developing a Human Rights Tort
8. The Data Protection Paradigm for the Tort of Privacy in the Age of Big Data
9. Internalising Externalities – An Enterprise Risk Approach to Vicarious Liability in the 21st Century
10. Accessory Liability in Tort and Equity
Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2015
ISBN MCI (P) 186/07/2015
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.88200
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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This issue discusses the following topics: (a) the defeat of the loss model in tort and a proposal for a more morally attractive picture of torts law beyond the loss model; (b) the widened scope of recoverable damage in negligence actions involving the invasion of personal interest; (c) the continued relevance of Bolam to the duty to inform in Singapore; (d) the impact of the various modes of Internet communications, such as Internet websites, hyperlinking, blogs, e-mails, Twitter and Facebook, on defamatory meaning; (e) how far existing torts protect the notion of privacy and the need for a separate tort of intrusion in New Zealand; (f) the new tort of misuse of private information in the UK; (g) protecting digital information under the European Union’s data protection regime; (h) a new paradigm of “internalising externalities” that could assist courts in deciding the appropriate legal responsibility to be assigned to entities; and (i) the differences in tort and equity on participatory liability and a case for their assimilation


Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Christian Witting and Goh Yihan


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This issue discusses the following topics:

 

(a) the defeat of the loss model in tort and a proposal for a more morally attractive picture of torts law beyond the loss model;

 

(b) the widened scope of recoverable damage in negligence actions involving the invasion of personal interest;

 

(c) the continued relevance of Bolam to the duty to inform in Singapore;

 

(d) the impact of the various modes of Internet communications, such as Internet websites, hyperlinking, blogs, e-mails, Twitter and Facebook, on defamatory meaning;

 

(e) how far existing torts protect the notion of privacy and the need for a separate tort of intrusion in New Zealand;

 

(f) the new tort of misuse of private information in the UK;

 

(g) protecting digital information under the European Union’s data protection regime;

 

(h) a new paradigm of “internalising externalities” that could assist courts in deciding the appropriate legal responsibility to be assigned to entities; and

 

(i) the differences in tort and equity on participatory liability and a case for their assimilation

 

 

Guest Editors: Christian Witting and Goh Yihan

 
 
Articles by

1. Christian Witting & Goh Yihan
2. Allan Beever
3. Margaret Fordham
4. Kumaralingam Amirthalingam
5. Gary Chan Kok Yew
6. Stephen Todd
7. Paula Giliker
8. Hannah Lim Yee Fen
9. David Tan
10. Lee Pey Woan
 
 
Contents
 
Articles
1. Evolving Personal Torts – An Introduction
2. What Does Tort Law Protect?
3. The Protection of Personal Interests – Evolving Forms of Damage in Negligence
4. Medical Negligence and Patient Autonomy – Bolam Rules in Singapore and Malaysia: Revisited
5. Reputation and Defamatory Meaning on the Internet – Communications, Contexts and Communities
6. Tortious Intrusions upon Solitude and Seclusion – A Report from New Zealand
7. A Common Law Tort of Privacy? – The Challenges of Developing a Human Rights Tort
8. The Data Protection Paradigm for the Tort of Privacy in the Age of Big Data
9. Internalising Externalities – An Enterprise Risk Approach to Vicarious Liability in the 21st Century
10. Accessory Liability in Tort and Equity
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Products specifications
Article Type SAL Journal 2015
ISBN MCI (P) 186/07/2015
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.88200
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable No
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