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Appraising A Presumption: A Modern Look At The Doctrine Of Specific Performance In Real Estate Contracts, Jason S. Kirwan Nov 2005

Appraising A Presumption: A Modern Look At The Doctrine Of Specific Performance In Real Estate Contracts, Jason S. Kirwan

William & Mary Law Review

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Exclusive Dealing, The Theory Of The Firm, And Raising Rivals' Costs: Toward A New Synthesis, Alan J. Meese Oct 2005

Exclusive Dealing, The Theory Of The Firm, And Raising Rivals' Costs: Toward A New Synthesis, Alan J. Meese

Faculty Publications

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Should Liability Play A Role In The Social Control Of Biobanks?, Larry I. Palmer Apr 2005

Should Liability Play A Role In The Social Control Of Biobanks?, Larry I. Palmer

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Apportioning The Risk Of Delay In Construction Projects: A Proposed Alternative To The Inadequate "No Damages For Delay" Clause, Carl S. Beattie Mar 2005

Apportioning The Risk Of Delay In Construction Projects: A Proposed Alternative To The Inadequate "No Damages For Delay" Clause, Carl S. Beattie

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


On Discovering Doctrine: "Justice" In Contract Agreement, Peter A. Alces Jan 2005

On Discovering Doctrine: "Justice" In Contract Agreement, Peter A. Alces

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Corporations And Autonomy Theories Of Contract: A Critique Of The New Lex Mercatoria, Nathan B. Oman Jan 2005

Corporations And Autonomy Theories Of Contract: A Critique Of The New Lex Mercatoria, Nathan B. Oman

Faculty Publications

One of the central problems of contracts jurisprudence is the conflict between autonomy theories of contract and efficiency theories of contract. One approach to solving this conflict is to argue that in the realm of contracts between corporations, autonomy theories have nothing to say because corporations are not real people with whose autonomy we need to be concerned. While apparently powerful, this argument ultimately fails because it implicitly assumes theories of the corporation at odds with economic theories of law. Economics, in turn, offers a vision of the firm that is quite hospitable to autonomy theories of contract. The failure …


Unity And Pluralism In Contract Law, Nathan B. Oman Jan 2005

Unity And Pluralism In Contract Law, Nathan B. Oman

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.