Tuesday, October 18, 2005
On Wednesday, the court will hear oral argument in Matter of the Estate of Wirth, which addresses the enforceability of a promise to make a charitable contribution, and sounds a lot like Cardozo’s Allegheny College decision. A previous post about the case: here.
On Thursday, the court will hear oral argument in Srour v. Dwelling Quest Corp. This case considers when a real estate broker’s job is fully performed (thus entitling the broker to a fee). A previous post about the case: here.
[Meredith R. Miller]