“…a thought-provoking account of an exceedingly difficult aspect of the law of remedies provides ample food for thought and deserves appropriate attention.” – Sarah Worthington, London School of Economics,
Trust Law International
“…the book is carefully cited and easily navigable
it is worthy both as a guide for practitioners and resource for academics.
the logic with which Dr Edelman presents his case for recognition of gain-based damages for civil wrongs is appealing. Each step in the argument follows convincingly from the previous one. And the force of recent case law, in particular the seminal House of Lords decision in Attorney-General v Blake (where disgorgement damages for breach of contract were awarded), only serves to strengthen the argument.” – Michael Rush, Magdalen College, Oxford,
Australian Bar Review