Contract Law and Theory

Author: Eric A. Posner

Publisher: Aspen Publishers

ISBN: 9781454869511

Category: Law

Page: 260

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Contract Law and Theory, Second Edition conveys a grasp of theory and policy that makes all of the contract rules easier to understand. By explaining and applying contract theory to a wide range of contracts cases, Eric Posner reveals not only the "what" of doctrine but also the "why" -- why one rule rather than another makes sense from a policy perspective. An understanding of what contract theory is and how it is applied will help you to understand not only Contracts, as taught in law school, but also the many areas of law in which contractual ideas operate, such as bankruptcy law, secured transactions, and corporate law. An exciting new Student Treatise from an eminent authority, Contract Law and Theory, Second Edition features: Complete coverage of contracts that includes the principal cases covered in most first-year contracts courses A general explication of the rules of contract that begins with the simplest ideas and gradually builds in complexity A consistent emphasis on the application of theory to doctrine, through analysis of a rich selection of cases A readable and expert treatment of the role of economics in contract law Illustrative examples that point to noteworthy cases Suitability for use alongside any casebook

Aspen Student Treatise for Contract Law and Theory

Author: Eric A. Posner

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

ISBN: 1454876514

Category: Law

Page: 260

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Contract Law and Theory, Second Edition conveys a grasp of theory and policy that makes all of the contract rules easier to understand. By explaining and applying contract theory to a wide range of contracts cases, Eric Posner reveals not only the "what" of doctrine but also the "why" -- why one rule rather than another makes sense from a policy perspective. An understanding of what contract theory is and how it is applied will help you to understand not only Contracts, as taught in law school, but also the many areas of law in which contractual ideas operate, such as bankruptcy law, secured transactions, and corporate law. An exciting new Student Treatise from an eminent authority, Contract Law and Theory, Second Edition features: Complete coverage of contracts that includes the principal cases covered in most first-year contracts courses A general explication of the rules of contract that begins with the simplest ideas and gradually builds in complexity A consistent emphasis on the application of theory to doctrine, through analysis of a rich selection of cases A readable and expert treatment of the role of economics in contract law Illustrative examples that point to noteworthy cases Suitability for use alongside any casebook

Aspen Student Treatise for Civil Procedure

Author: Richard D. Freer

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

ISBN: 1454896477

Category: Law

Page: 896

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This popular treatise is a comprehensive resource, engagingly written and featuring hundred of examples to demonstrate application of doctrine. Features include: "Defining the Issue," a section that opens each chapter, putting material into context and making connections to related areas of procedure and jurisdiction law Analytical frameworks to synthesize key subject areas The Fourth Edition features: The Supreme Court's restriction of general personal jurisdiction in Daimler and BNSF Its latest decision on specific personal jurisdiction, Britol-Myers Squibb, and its likely impact Detailed treatment of remedies, including provisional remedies Detailed analysis of all amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including changes to the scope of discovery

Aspen Student Treatise for Property

Author: Joseph William Singer

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

ISBN: 1454882239

Category: Law

Page: 1008

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This overview of property law addresses both classic and contemporary topics covered in the first-year property course in a clear, accessible format. The book offers clear explanations of property law through textual treatment, with numerous examples, analytical discussion of key cases, and issues followed by hypotheticals. Emphasis is placed on disagreements among states about the applicable rules of property law, with explanations of the conflicting issues. Key Features: New section on the subprime mortgage crisis provides a contemporary look at property law (includes a discussion of the Massachusetts SJC case Commonwealth v. Fremont) Material on the Harry Potter copyright case (Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. & J.K. Rowling v. RDR Books) Recent Oregon land-use ballot initiatives regarding property owners' rights (Measures 37 and 49) and their impact A new case on ownership issues surrounding Civil War-era papers once belonging to the governors of South Carolina (Wilcox v. Stroup)

Business Organizations

Author: J. Mark Ramseyer

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

ISBN: 1454887974

Category: Law

Page: 458

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Elegantly written, thoughtful and often amusing, the second edition of Business Organizations analyzes the law of business organizations: corporate law, partnership and LLC law, agency, and selected aspects of securities regulation. In clean, uncomplicated prose, the text offers a clear and thoughtful overview of Business Organizations, explaining the structure of the law itself, placing it within an historical context, and outlining its economic effect. By integrating basic principles of business and finance in an unintimidating, uncomplicated manner, the text engages readers who have either an elemental or a sophisticated grasp of economics. Various pedagogical features support learning and facilitate use, such as the overview in each chapter, discussion of all the principal cases, extensive use of hypothetical examples, and more.

Contract Law

A Case and Problem Based Approach

Author: Marco J. Jimenez

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

ISBN: 1454877251

Category: Law

Page: 1456

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Contract Law: A Case & Problem-Based Approach provides an organizational structure that introduces students to each major area of contract law before exploring these areas in greater depth later in the casebook. Specifically, the casebook is broken into three major parts, each of which is designed not only to orient the students to the major subject areas of contract law, but is also meant to help them appreciate the connections and relationships between and among these subject various areas. Short problems and drafting exercises are included throughout the book to test the students’ understanding of material presented in the casebook and during classroom discussion. Additionally, included in the text are “thinking tools,” which are designed to help the student think critically about the law, along with theoretical, historical, doctrinal, contextual, and practice-oriented notes to enrich the students’ black-letter experience. Key Features: Three-part design allows students to gain an appreciation of all parts of contract law and • Brief introductions before each major section, along with thought questions designed to guide the students’ reading. Short problems and drafting exercises throughout the book to test the students’ understanding of material presented in the casebook and during classroom discussion. “Thinking tools,” designed to help the student think critically about the law, along with theoretical, historical, doctrinal, contextual, and practice-oriented notes to enrich the students’ black-letter experience. A healthy balance of classic and modern cases to illustrate major contract law concepts.

Die Gemeinwirtschaft

Untersuchungen über den Sozialismus

Author: Ludwig Mises

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110504707

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 538

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Basic Tort Law

Cases, Statutes, and Problems

Author: Arthur Best,David W. Barnes

Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online

ISBN: 0735563152

Category: Law

Page: 894

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Basic Tort Law: Cases, Statutes, and Problems, Second Edition, written by authors who bring years of experience teaching and writing about torts to the task, is concise, accessible, and employs a well-articulated and class-tested pedagogy. A torts book that doesnt hide the ball from students, both students and teachers will find it user-friendly. The new edition of this casebook retains the features that made it a success: clear, direct text introduces cases and explains important concepts a balance of modern and classic torts cases, including Vaughan v. Menlove (on standard of care), Vincent v. Lake Erie Transportation Co. (on doctrine of incomplete privilege), Greenman v. Yuba Power (on product liability) appealing, memorable problems based on actual reported cases that reinforce understanding and build analytical skills contemporary conception and content with the most current thinking on key issues ample background information that places cases and statutes in context varied note materials -- introductory and transitional notes that encourage close attention to cases and perspective notes that explore a range of viewpoints on tort law a comprehensive Teachers Manual that includes sample syllabi and guidance for structuring 4- and 6-credit courses, detailed suggestions for presenting and preparing cases and materials for class, and answers and analysis to all problems and questions raised in the book The second edition of this popular casebook provides updated material throughout the text illuminates the procedural posture of every case refreshes and updates case selection in a number of chapters, including those for standards of care, statutory violation, multiple sufficient causes, foreseeability as a proximate cause test, substantial factor as a proximate cause test, assumption of risk, and defamation supplies reworked notes and introductory sections, particularly for res ipsa loquitur, duty, and professional standard of care

Allgemeine Staatslehre

Über die konstitutionelle Demokratie in einer multikulturellen globalisierten Welt

Author: Professor Dr. Thomas Fleiner-Gerster

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3662111152

Category: Law

Page: 486

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Der Staat auf dem Prüfstand Wozu brauchen wir noch einen Staat? Diese topaktuelle Staatslehre setzt sich mit den Problemen der Legitimation des marginalisierten Nationalstaates im Zeitalter der Globalisierung auseinander. Themen sind u.a. die Universalität der Menschenrechte, kollektive Rechte, ethischer Nationalismus, Multikulturalität, Minderheitenfragen, Rule of Law und Rechtsstaatlichkeit sowie staatpolitische Probleme weltweit im Vergleich. Eine ebenso anspruchsvolle wie verständliche Darstellung, übersichtlich aufgebaut, leicht zu lesen - optimal für Studium und Berufspraxis.

Kommentar zum einheitlichen UN-Kaufrecht

das Übereinkommen der Vereinten Nationen über Verträge über den internationalen Warenkauf - CISG

Author: Peter Schlechtriem,Ingeborg Schwenzer, 1951-

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783719033354

Category: Export sales contracts

Page: 1444

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Common law

Author: Oliver Wendell Holmes

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783428121519

Category: Common law

Page: 423

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Konzernrecht

Author: Jens Kuhlmann,Erik Ahnis

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783406477942

Category: Cooperative societies

Page: 479

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Constitutional Law--individual Rights

Examples and Explanations

Author: Allan Ides,Christopher N. May

Publisher: Aspen Publishers

ISBN: 9781567066364

Category: Civil rights

Page: 404

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: Individual Rights: Examples & Explanations is part of a two-volume set that includes a corresponding treatment of National Power and Federalism. Now your students can get the specific extra guidance they need, when they need it. Organized to parallel the major casebooks, this inexpensive study guide adheres to the successful format of the Examples & Explanations Series: -Clear, readable text includes sufficient historical and theoretical detail to supply a solid overview -Examples bring the complex issues to life examples show students how to apply what they have learned in class -Explanations help students measure their understanding of the material and provide suggested answers and feedback. No other book offers such an engaging and effective approach. This accessible, high-quality, and intelligent study guide fills the gap between superficial outlines and overwhelming treatises. In a straightforward -- but not simplistic -- style, May and Ides address: -Substantive Due Process -The Takings Clause -The Contracts Clause -Procedural Due Process and Irrebuttable Presumptions -Equal Protection -The First Amendment - Freedom of Speech, of the Press, and of Religion This comprehensive yet manageable guide is distinguished from the crowd of Con Law study aids by the level of practice it affords students. When you review Constitutional Law: Individual Rights: Examples and Explanations, you'll find it a worthy teaching partner, ideally suited to the needs of the first-year law student. Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgments Chapter One: Introduction to Individual Rights 1.1 Introduction and Overview 1.2 the 14th Amendment: An Introductory Overview 1.3 the Incorporation Doctrine 1.4 the State Action Doctrine 1.4.1 the Categorical Approach 1.4.2 the Two-Part Approach 1.5 Congressional Enforcement of the Civil War Amendments 1.5.1 Enforcement of the 13th Amendment 1.5.2 Enforcement of the 14th Amendment 1.5.3 Enforcement of the 15th Amendment Chapter Two: Substantive Due Process 2.1 Introduction and Overview 2.2 the Rise and Fall of Economic Due Process 2.2.1 Economic Due Process in the Lochner Era 2.2.2 the Demise of Lochner 2.2.3 Property and Economic Liberty Today 2.3 Noneconomic Liberty from Lochner to Carolene Products 2.3.1 the Lochner Era and Noneconomic Liberties 2.3.2 Carolene Products Footnote Four 2.4 Griswold and the Reemergence of Unenumerated Liberties 2.4.1 Penumbras and Emanations 2.4.2 Alternative Approaches: Liberty and the Ninth Amendment 2.4.3 the Risks in Protecting Unenumerated Rights 2.4.4 the Fundamental Rights Model with Variations 2.5 the Right of Privacy and Personal Autonomy 2.5.1 Marriage 2.5.2 Family Integrity 2.5.3 Intimate Association 2.5.4 Abortion 2.5.5 Sexual Intimacy: Bowers v. Hardwick 2.5.6 Medical Treatment 2.5.7 the Right to Refuse Lifesaving Hydration and Nutrition 2.5.8 Suicide and Physician-Assisted Suicide 2.6 Other Protected Liberty Interests 2.6.1 Freedom of Movement 2.6.2 the Rights to Protection and Care 2.7 What Happened to Life? Chapter Three: the Takings Clause 3.1 Introduction and Overview 3.2 Condemnation and Inverse Condemnation 3.3 An Approach to Analyzing Takings Problems 3.4 the Difference Between Physical Occupation and Regulation 3.5 Physical Occupations and Invasions 3.6 Regulatory Takings 3.6.1 Arbitrary Action 3.6.2 Defeating Investment Backed Expectations 3.6.3 Destroying All Use or Value 3.6.4 Partial Deprivations 3.6.5 the Nuisance Exception 3.6.6 Remedies for Temporary Regulatory Takings 3.7 the Requirement of Public Use 3.8 Conditions Attached to Building Permits 3.8.1 Only Certain Types of Conditions Qualify 3.8.2 the Essential Nexus Requirement 3.8.3 the Rough Proportionality Requirement Chapter Four: the Contracts Clause 4.1