Casenote on Harding v Wealands and the Quantification of Damages
Pippa Rogerson (Cambridge University) has written a short casenote in the latest issue of the Cambridge Law Journal on the judgment of the House of Lords in Harding v Wealands  UKHL 32. Here’s the first paragraph:
THERE is a contradiction at the heart of this casenote. On the one hand, the House of Lords was completely right in its decision in Harding v. Wealands  UKHL 32,  3 W.L.R. 83 overturning the Court of Appeal’s judgment (noted  C.L.J. 305) and reinstating that of Elias J. On the other, it was utterly wrong.
Those with online access to the Cambridge Law Journal can download the article from here.