Principles of Contract Law, Third Edition 2013
The law of contracts permeates most, if not all, other subjects of legal education. The third edition of Principles of Contract Law surveys the fundamental legal principles underlying the law of contracts, addressing such customary topics as More...
Publisher: Vandeplas Publishing
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
The law of contracts permeates most, if not all, other subjects of legal education. The third edition of Principles of Contract Law surveys the fundamental legal principles underlying the law of contracts, addressing such customary topics as contract formation, defenses and other doctrines of avoidance, breach and performance, remedies, as well as such other collateral but related topics involving third-party beneficiaries, assignments and delegations. The text addresses the traditional common law principles governing contracts, and yet is accompanied by a steadied discussion of relevant commercial law principles pertaining to the sale of goods under Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code. When able to do so, the authors remained loyal to their commitment to utilize time-honored, classic common law cases in their presentment of the subject matter. While this textbook adopts a classical approach to the study of contracts, it is also provides a relevant and robust experience for the aspiring law student. About the Authors: Kevin S. Marshall is Professor of Law at the University of La Verne College of Law, Ontario California where he teaches Contracts, Antitrust, Corporate Finance and Governance and Law & Economics. Professor Marshall also serves as Lecturer at the University of La Verne College of Business and Public Administration where he teaches graduate courses in finance, economics and quantitative methods. Professor Marshall joined the La Verne Law faculty in 2004, after having practiced law for approximately twenty years in Dallas, Texas. Professor Marshall received his J.D. from Emory University School of Law and his M.P.A. and his PH.D. in Political Economy from the University of Texas. Professor Marshall also serves as both a testifying and consulting economic expert with respect to economic damages in Robinson-Patman, antitrust, breach of contract, class-action fairness hearings, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, personal injury, and wrongful death cases. Professor Marshall has published and presented numerous books and articles involving the interdisciplinary workings of law and economics. Juanda Lowder Daniel currently serves as University Counsel to California State University. Professor Daniel formerly taught at the University of La Verne College of Law at the rank of Full Professor teaching Contracts, Contract Drafting and Sales. Professor Daniel received her J.D. from Emory University School of Law. Professor Daniel joined the La Verne Law faculty in 2001, bringing with her a wealth of practice experience and moot court familiarity. Professor Daniel also spent four years as deputy city attorney for the City of Riverside, California, and several years in private practice. She is a member of the state bars of California, Michigan, Illinois, Washington, and Minnesota and is admitted to the United States District Court, Central District of California. Professor Daniel has published and presented numerous articles on various aspects of the law of Contracts and Sales.