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Elhauge On Tying: Vindicated By History, Barak D. Richman, Steven W. Usselman Jan 2014

Elhauge On Tying: Vindicated By History, Barak D. Richman, Steven W. Usselman

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No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property And Contract Law For The Information Age: Foreword To A Symposium, Pamela Samuelson Jan 1999

Intellectual Property And Contract Law For The Information Age: Foreword To A Symposium, Pamela Samuelson

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No abstract provided.


The Danger Of Winning: Contract Law Ramifications Of Successful Bailey Challenges For Plea-Convicted Defendants, T. Alper Jan 1997

The Danger Of Winning: Contract Law Ramifications Of Successful Bailey Challenges For Plea-Convicted Defendants, T. Alper

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Evaluates contract law ramifications of successful challenges for plea-convicted defendants. Examination of district courts that allowed reindictment subsequent to successful collateral attack; Defendant obligations under a typical plea agreement; Factors dictating the frequency of using the contract law doctrine of frustration of purpose.


Contract Renegotiation, Mechanism Design, And The Liquidated Damages Rule, Eric L. Talley Jan 1993

Contract Renegotiation, Mechanism Design, And The Liquidated Damages Rule, Eric L. Talley

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No abstract provided.


Damages For Breach Of Contract, Robert Cooter, Melvin Aron Eisenberg Jan 1985

Damages For Breach Of Contract, Robert Cooter, Melvin Aron Eisenberg

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Examines the meanings of injury, compensation and expectation to develop theoretical and actual measures of damages for breach of contract in the U.S. Application of expectation damages, fairness and efficiency in compensatory damages; Definition of injury and compensation; Computation of damages.


Contractual Ordering Of Marriage: A New Model For State Policy, Marjorie Maguire Shultz Jan 1982

Contractual Ordering Of Marriage: A New Model For State Policy, Marjorie Maguire Shultz

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Presents the concept of marriage contracting as an alternative model for state policy in California. Options available to the state in governing marriage; Characteristics of the contractual governance option; Evaluation of the desirability and feasibility of contractual governance of marriage.


Liquidated Damages In California, Justin Sweet Jan 1972

Liquidated Damages In California, Justin Sweet

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Analyzes the amount of autonomy given to contracting parties in California to liquidate or fix the amount of damages for contract breach. Discussion of the basic policy considerations and trends in party autonomy; Consideration of the various types of contractual clauses controlling damages; Explanation of what criteria are articulated by courts in the cases.