Damages, Injunctive Relief, and Other Remedies in Tort and Free Speech Cases
This book examines a variety of important issues that arise in tort and free speech cases, including asset freezing orders, non-pecuniary damages in financial services cases, the illegality defense in restitution cases, contributory negligence and the avoidable loss rule, whether robotic speech should be protected like other speech, fact-checking remedies and disinformation, the right of reply in media regulation, the right to be secure and free speech, and social media platform censorship.
Professor Russell L. Weaver is Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar at the University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. He has written hundreds of books and articles, been cited thousands of times, and has made presentations at conferences and law schools all over the world.
Duncan Fairgrieve is Professor of Comparative law at Paris-Dauphine University, as well as Senior Research Fellow in Comparative Law at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London. He is a leading comparative lawyer, with research interests spanning both comparative private and public law, with specific focus on three specific areas, comparative administrative law, comparative law of obligations, as well as comparative law methodology. He was educated at King's College London, Oxford University and the Sorbonne, Paris. He has published over 20 books and numerous articles in leading journals.
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