Cases, Problems, and Materials on Contracts

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Aspen Publishers, 2004 - Law - 856 pages
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Instructors who want to concentrate on basic themes of contract law will find this flexible, problem-oriented casebook ideally suited to their purpose. Taking a straightforward approach, Cases, Problems, and Materials on Contracts, Fourth Edition, Is carefully constructed to facilitate student understanding. To make teaching and learning both efficient and effective, The authors: Supply an excellent assortment of well-conceived hypotheticals - with answers in the Teacher's Manual. Provide thorough coverage of the basic themes of contract law. Keep the book to a manageable length, suitable for use in courses of four, five, or six hours. Use a popular cases-and-problems approach. Maintain an accessible tone throughout the text, with clear section/concept introductions. Organize the material for maximum flexibility, starting with Offer and Acceptance and moving to Consideration, but designed so you can easily begin with Consideration or Remedies. Edit cases tightly. Truly elaborate on all chapters for a smoothly flowing text. The Fourth Edition presents important new material: Careful coverage of extensive Article 2 changes; the focus is on the existing version of Article 2, but the 2003 rewrite is considered in detail so instructors can choose which version to emphasize. UETA And The E-Sign Act. Both classic and new cases. Revised and updated Teacher's Manual. New and refreshed problems. Help your students master the intricacies of contract law with the casebook that zeroes in on fundamental topics -- Thomas D. Crandall and Douglas J. Whaley's Cases, Problems, and Materials on Contracts, Fourth Edition . An author website to support classroom instruction using this title is available at

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Whaley is James W. Shocknessy Professor of Law, The Michael E. Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.

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