Mrs Catherine Jeanne Pedamon

Senior Lecturer

DepartmentWestminster Law School
Research groupInternational Law at Westminster
European and Comparative Law

Research outputs

The paradoxes of the theory of imprévision in the new French law of contract: a judicial deterrent?
Pedamon, C. 2019. The paradoxes of the theory of imprévision in the new French law of contract: a judicial deterrent? Amicus Curiae. (Issue 112), pp. 10-17.

The “Duty to Cooperate” in English and French Contract Law: One Channel, Two Distinct Views
Pedamon, C. and Vassileva, R. 2019. The “Duty to Cooperate” in English and French Contract Law: One Channel, Two Distinct Views. Journal of Comparative Law . 14 (1).

The New French Contract Law and Its Impact on Commercial Law: Good Faith, Unfair Contract Terms and Hardship
Pedamon, C. 2018. The New French Contract Law and Its Impact on Commercial Law: Good Faith, Unfair Contract Terms and Hardship. in: Heidemann, M. and Lee, J. (ed.) The Future of the Commercial Contract in Scholarship and Law Reform: European and Comparative Perspectives Springer.

Theory of Fraud in French Law - Fraus omnia corrumpit - old law, new opportunities?
Pedamon, C. 2015. Theory of Fraud in French Law - Fraus omnia corrumpit - old law, new opportunities? in: Research Handbook on International Financial Crimes Cheltenham Edward Elgar. pp. 338-355

Corporate social responsibility: a new approach to promoting integrity and  responsibility
Pedamon, C. 2010. Corporate social responsibility: a new approach to promoting integrity and  responsibility. Company Lawyer. 31 (6), pp. 172-180.

Hardship in transnational commercial contracts: a critique of legal, judicial and contractual remedies
Pedamon, C. and Chuah, J. 2013. Hardship in transnational commercial contracts: a critique of legal, judicial and contractual remedies. Paris Legal Publishers.