Friday, February 6, 2009
In an effort to help raise awareness among this blog's readers, most of whom are (as am I and my fellow bloggers) based in the U.S., this is the second of an irregular series of posts designed to call attention to recent English-language contracts scholarship appearing in journals that SmartCILP generally does not index and to which Westlaw or LexisNexis may not provide full-text on-line access. (Hein Online makes many of these periodicals available -- but typically not the most recent issues.)
J.W. Carter, Intermediate Terms Arrive in Australia and Singapore, 24 J. Contract L. 226 (2008).
David Pearce, Remedies for Breach of a Keep-Open Covenant, 24 J. Contract L. 199 (2008).
Nathan Tamblyn, Damages Under String Contracts for Sale of Goods,  J. Bus. L. 1.
Paul-Erik Veel, Penalty Clauses in Canadian Contract Law, 66 U. Toronto Fac. L. Rev. 229 (2008).
Goh Yihan, Towards a Consistent Approach in Breach and Termination of Contract at Common Law: RDC Concrete Pte. Ltd. v. Sato Kogyo (S) Pte. Ltd., 24 J. Contract L. 251 (2008).
Qi Zhou, Is a Seller's Efficient Breach of Contract Possible in English Law?, 24 J. Contract L. 268 (2008).
[Keith A. Rowley]