Framing contract law : an economic perspective / Victor Goldberg.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2006.
xii, 411 pages ; 25 cm
Formatted Contents Note
The net profits puzzle Reading Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon with help from the kewpie dolls Mutuality and the jobber's requirements : middleman to the world? Satisfaction clauses : consideration without good faith Deiscretion in long-term open quantity contracts : reining in good faith In search of best efforts : reinterpreting Bloor v. Falstaff Columbia Nitrogen v. Royster : do as they say, not as they do The "battle of forms" : fairness, efficiency, and the best-shot rule Campbell v. Wents : the case of the walking carrots Expectation damages and property in the price The middleman's damages : lost profits or the contract-market differential An economic analysis of the lost-volume retail seller Consequential damages A reexamination of Glanzer v. Shepard : surveyors on the tort-contract boundary Bloomer Girl revisited, or how to frame an unmade picture Bloomer Girl : a postscript Wasserman v. Township of Middletown : the penalty clause that wasn't Price adjustment in long-term contracts Impossibility and related excuses Alcoa v. Essex : anatomy of a bungled deal Mineral Park v. Howard : the irrelevance of impracticability.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-400) and index.