March 08, 2006
It Pays to Read the Boilerplate
One of the arguments over standard terms in consumer contracts is whether it makes any difference whether consumers get the terms before or after they get the goods, since they never read them anyway. Elizabeth Winston (Whittier) points us to this story in which consumer apathy about standard terms meets the Carbolic Smoke Ball case.
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