Boston University Law Review

Volume 92 Number 3 - Month 2011

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

A CONFERENCE ON RESTITUTION AND UNJUST ENRICHMENT

Editors' Foreword
Page 763

TOPIC I: ISSUES OF RESTITUTION DOCTRINE

Restitution of Mistaken Enrichments
Andrew Burrows
Page 767

The Slayer Rule
Nili Cohen
Page 793

Does the Dead Contract Rule Restitution from Its Grave?
Daniel Friedmann
Page 811

Causation in Disgorgement
Mark P. Gergen
Page 827

Excess Baggage? Rethinking Risk Allocation in the Restatement (Third) of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment
Helen Scott & Danie Visser
Page 859

TOPIC II: THE AVAILABILITY AND JUSTIFICATION OF PROPERTY-BASED REMEDIES IN RESTITUTION

Why In re Omegas Group Was Right: An Essay on the Legal Status of Equitable Rights
Emily Sherwin
Page 885

Legal Epistemology in the Restatement (Third) of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment
Lionel Smith
Page 899

When and Why Does Unjustified Enrichment Justify the Recognition of Proprietary Rights?
Robert Stevens
Page 919

TOPIC III: COMMON-LAW RESTITUTION AND PONZI SCHEMES

Common-Law Restitution and the Madoff Liquidation
Andrew Kull
Page 939

Rethinking Ponzi-Scheme Remedies in and out of Bankruptcy
Saul Levmore
Page 969

TOPIC IV: DEFENSES AND OBJECTIONS TO LIABILITY IN RESTITUTION

Is Unjust Enrichment Law an Officious Intermeddler?
Gerhard Dannemann
Page 991

Change of Position: A Defence of Unjust Disenrichment
James Edelman
Page 1009

TOPIC V : THEORETICAL EXPLORATIONS OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT

Restitution and Relationships
Hanoch Dagan
Page 1035

The Reason to Reverse: Unjust Factors and Juristic Reasons
Mitchell McInnes
Page 1049

The Structure of Unjustness
Ernest J. Weinrib
Page 1067

NOTE

“Is the Meat Here Safe?”  How Strict Liability for Retailers Can Lead to Safer Meat
Brian Daluiso
Page 1081