Designed for use in a two-, three-, or four-hour course or seminar on the law of consumer transactions, Greenfield (law, Washington U.) organizes an array of case materials by type of transaction, from problems in the formation of consumer transactions to the substance of the deal, concluding with remedies. Each group of cases includes an introduction. Material covered includes the law of contracts, the law of torts, material on agency, administrative law, civil procedure, constitutional law, insurance, remedies, and statutory analysis.
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