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Unwinding failed contracts

The Wilson Memorial Lecture was given yesterday by Sonja Meier of the University of Freiburg on the theme of “Unwinding failed contracts – new European developments”. It was a brilliant performance, beautifully delivered, perfectly timed and, above all, cogently argued. … Continue reading

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Farewell to unjustified enrichment?

“That was a surprisingly civilised discussion” said Eric Descheemaeker as he brought to a close the workshop on unjustified enrichment at 7 pm last Friday. The remark was understandable. The main speaker, Nils Jansen, had been arguing that it was … Continue reading

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Unjustified enrichment: South Africa and Europe

A workshop took place in the famous Raeburn Room at Edinburgh University on Friday 24 January on the theme of “New Directions in Unjustified Enrichment: Learning from South Africa”. Many great beasts of the enrichment forest were there, from England … Continue reading

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