Monday, November 29, 2004
Two new papers on the economics of contract intepretation and incomplete contracts.
A Mississippi litigant who refused to adhere to a forum selection clause loses an $80 million jury verdict.
A real estate developer is pleased to discover that sometimes "clear and ambiguous" language really works.
Credit card companies breath easier after a court rules that British consumer protection laws don’t extend to overseas purchases.
ERISA does not bar hospitals for pursuing state breach of contract claims against union health care benefits groups.