Torts in Commercial Law guides practitioners through a complex, difficult and controversial area of the law, offering a resource illuminating the many particular and difficult issues at this intersection. The third volume in a compelling "commercial law library", accompanying Equity in Commercial Law and Unjust Enrichment in Commercial Law, this new book will be turned to frequently. Based on the papers presented at the international conference, "Torts in Commercial Law 2010", this book brings together in one volume a series of chapters from a team of prestigious contributors analysing the interaction of common law and equity in commercial law. Its unique strength is its sustained examination and the conceptual unity that it brings to the subject matter. The world's leading experts - practitioners, judges and academics - provide unique commentary in this key area of the law. Contributors include The Hon Justice James Allsop, Associate Professor Kit Barker, Professor Andrew Burrows QC FBA, Associate Professor Simone Degeling, Dr Simon Douglas, The Hon Justice James Edelman, The Hon Chief Justice Robert French AC, Professor Mark Gergen, Dr James Goudkamp, The Hon Sir Grant Hammond KNZM, The Rt Hon Lord Hoffmann PC, Professor Lewis Klar, Professor Barbara McDonald, Associate Professor Jason Neyers, Professor Jane Stapleton, Professor Robert Stevens, Professor Jenny Steele, Mr William Swadling, Professor Stephen Todd and Professor Prue Vines.