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Studies in Contract Law (University Casebook Series)

  • Edition : 10th ed., 2024
  • Author(s) : Ayres, Klass, Stone
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In the Tenth Edition of Studies in Contract Law, the authors have continued their work of streamlining, updating, and supplementing this classic casebook. The revision includes:

  • Several changes to help teachers who want to address race in the context of contract law including:
    • A case in the introductory Chapter One that addresses Georgia’s post-Civil War Labor Contract Act, which was used to subjugate freed slaves
    • New historical materials attached to Williams v. Walker-Thomas, the landmark unconscionability case, emphasizing the role of race in the market Mrs. Williams found herself in
    • A new section in Chapter Five that covers discrimination law as it applies to contract. Here the emphasis is on race, but gender discrimination is also discussed.
  • New materials addressing topical issues, including:
    • A comment on NDA clauses in the #metoo era
    • A pandemic-based frustration case, where a coffee shop argued it should get out of its lease with the landlord due to government action preventing its business from operating
    • A paragraph on Disney’s Contract Clause claim against Florida Gov. DeSantis
  • Updates to incorporate amendments to Article Two of the UCC, the new Restatement of Consumer Contract Law, new rules on non-competes, as well as other legislative changes or proposals
  • Some significantly revamped sections:
    • New materials in Chapter Six on specific performance.
    • Major changes to improve Chapter Seven, which covers third-party beneficiaries and assignment and delegation.
  • Minor changes throughout to improve comprehensibility, such as reordering some materials and improving explanatory text