Making and Doing Deals: Contracts in Context
Providing both a theoretical and practical understanding of contract law doctrine and policy, this casebook offers a balanced blend of conventional casebook style, concise text and practice problems. The authors seek to give students a functional understanding of contract law in the real world.
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Has Your Client Made a Deal?
Destroying the Offer
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