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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

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The Doctrine Of Good Faith In Contract Law: A (Nearly) Empty Vessel?, Emily Houh Jan 2005

The Doctrine Of Good Faith In Contract Law: A (Nearly) Empty Vessel?, Emily Houh

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

Empty Vessel explores both the positive and normative questions of what the contractually implied obligation of good faith does and should require of contracting parties. The Article attempts to assess and evaluate the ways in which courts are currently employing the good faith doctrine in contract disputes, as part of a larger project whose goal is to re-conceive and reinvigorate the private law doctrine of good faith as one that might assist in effecting the public law norm of equality. Empty Vessel identifies two dominant theoretical approaches to how to define good faith, which I refer to as the fairness …


Suing Amy: A Love Story, Cameron Stracher Jan 2005

Suing Amy: A Love Story, Cameron Stracher

NYLS Law Review

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