Commercial Damages - LexisNexis Folio
• Part I analyzes the specific types of remedies available.
• Part II examines costs of litigation, economic factors and other relevant practical considerations for both plaintiffs' and defendants' attorneys.
• Parts III-V discuss specific situations in which the business entity has been damaged, including: breach of contracts for the sale or lease of goods, services and intangible rights; breach of commercial lease contracts; infringement of copyrights and patents and the improper use of trademarks and trade names; private civil RICO actions; breaches under the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods; shareholder derivative actions; antitrust actions; and breach of contracts to invest or lend money.
First published in 1986.
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