40 Can. Bus. L.J. i (2004)

handle is hein.journals/canadbus40 and id is 1 raw text is: CANADIAN BUSINESS
LAW JOURNAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Vol. 40, No. 1
EDITO RIAL  .................................................      1
ARTICLES
Stolen Goods, A Cruise Disaster and a Right of Way
Gone Wrong: Three Unconscionable Contracts
Cases from a Law and Economics Perspective
Anthony  J. D uggan  ......................................  3
A Curious Incident in the Law of Contract: The Impact
of 22 Words from the House of Lords
Geoff   R. Hall  ..........................................  20
Mistaken Assumptions in Equity: Sound Doctrine or Chimera?
John  D . M cCamus  ......................................  46
COMMENTARIES
There Is No There There: Intel Corp. v. Hamidi and the Creation
of New Common Law Property Rights Online
W A . Adam s  ............................................  87
New Limitation Periods - Contracting in Ontario
R. John  Cameron  .......................................  109
Analysis of Recent Cases under the Companies'
Creditors Arrangement Act
Keith  Pritchard  .........................................  116
BOOK REVIEWS
Janis P. Sarra and Ronald B. Davis, Director and Officer
Liability in Corporate Insolvency: A Comprehensive
Guide to Rights and Obligations
(Rupert H. Chartrand)  ...................................  127
Harry Glasbeek, Wealth by Stealth: Corporate Crime,
Corporate Law and the Perversion of Democracy
(Kenneth  Jull)  ..........................................  135
James Edelman, Gain-Based Damages: Contract, Tort,
Equity and Intellectual Property
(M itchell M clnnes)  ......................................  146

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