Reconstructing Contracts

Author: Douglas G. Baird
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674073584
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Douglas Baird takes stock of the current state of contract doctrine and in the process reinvigorates the classic framework of Anglo-American contract law, showing that Oliver Wendell Holmes’s set of principles, properly understood, ...

Contracts Stories

Author: Douglas G. Baird
Publisher: Foundation Press
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tray Every case tells a different story. In first-year contracts, the story of Hamer v.
Sidway1 is among the most familiar. An uncle promises his fifteen-year-old
nephew that he will give him $5,000 on his twenty-first birthday if he promises in
return not to smoke, drink, or play cards or billiards for money until then. The legal
question the case presents is straightforward: If the nephew keeps his end of the
bargain, ...

Freedom Of Contract And Paternalism

Author: P. Cserne
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137000325
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Contract Terms in Europe:A Basisforand a Challenge toEuropean Contract Law,
ed.Hugh Collins. Alphenaan den Rijn: KluwerLaw International, 43–56. ———.
2013. “Moral Externalities: An Economic Approach tothe Legal Enforcementof
Morality.”In Normsand Values in Law and Economics, ed. Aristides N.Hatzis.
London: Routledge, forthcoming.. Hatzis, Aristides N.,and Eleni Zervogianni.
2006. “JudgeMade Contracts: Reconstructing Unconscionable Contracts,” online:

Major Problems In The Civil War And Reconstruction Documents And Essays

Author: Michael Perman
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0618875204
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But planters also asserted their interests—their desire to keep labor costs down,
their concern about maintaining a disciplined labor force—and agents of the
Freedmen's Bureau arrived with their own ideas about how free labor should be
implemented in the South through contracts. Reconstructing labor therefore
involved balancing the ideas and interests of three different groups of people,
leaving historians to question just how much control former slaves really 355
exerted in the ...

The Unity Of The Common Law

Author: Alan Brudner
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191002550
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Were a court, however, to actualize the right of welfare, it would explicitly elevate
into a principle of contract law a conception of distributive justice in which
formalist contract law would disappear. ... welfare constraints (e.g. factory safety
standards) for the benefit of those who, because of extreme need, are likely to
acquiesce in harmful bargains. 1 W. Seavey and A. Scott, 'Restitution' (1938) 54
L.Q.R. 236 4. Reconstructing Contracts 5. Agency and Autonomy in Unjust
Enrichment Law.

Reconstructing Fame

Author: David C. Ogden
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1617030449
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I have received a contract offer from the Philadelphia club, but I believe I have the
right to consider offers from other clubs before making any decisions. I, therefore,
request that you make known to all Major League clubs my feelings in this matter,
and advise them of my availability for the 1970 season.2 In it, Flood had publicly
challenged the hegemony ofbaseball by requesting freedom through the
elimination of the reserve clause and a reversal of baseball's antitrust exemption.

Reconstructing Identities In Higher Education

Author: Celia Whitchurch
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415564662
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I think even now I probably function in relation to academics in a way that they
find diffi fi cult, because I'm an academic [on a non-academic fi contract]. (student
services manager, post-1992 institution 1, UK) There is also a cadre of staff with
doctorates who may not have academic contracts, but who have acquired
generic skills from research training programmes: One of the things that I've
learnt a lot and passed on to others now, is about explaining one's transferable
skills, of which ...

Networks As Connected Contracts

Author: Gunther Teubner
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1847317758
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AS WE HAVE seen in the previous Chapter, private law has faced problems in
categorising networks.1 In their guise as trustbased relationships, networks are
rooted within premodern contexts and appear curiously foreign to modern
purposive institutions, such as contracts and organisations. Nonetheless, to the
degree that law has acknowledged their existence at all, it has subsumed
networks within contract and corporate law, by reconstructing their structures as
impliedly agreed ...

In Place Of Austerity Reconstructing The Economy State And Public Services

Author: Dexter Whitfield
Publisher: Spokesman Books
ISBN: 0851247946
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New Labour's promises of devolution, participation, empowerment and public
sector delivery contracts for voluntary organisations and social enterprises have
been ramped up with the Coalition's big society. The commissioning model of
government is a 'wolf in sheep's clothing' because it will lead to private monopoly,
commercialised services, with agendas dominated by the vested interests of
private contractors (Whitfield, 2011b). Big society is dependent on outsourcing
and is ...

Reconstructing The American Welfare State

Author: David Stoesz
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780847677276
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... reconstruct the welfare state. While many progressives still defend the
American welfare state, cracks in the foundation of welfare state liberalism have
been recognized by at least some liberal welfare philosophers. Some of these
philosophers alerted the public about the new "pluralism" in welfare,1 that the
American welfare state was "adrift,"2 and that "rethinking social welfare" was in
order.3 These were contemporaneous with the attempt by the right to contract the
welfare state by ...