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Friday, November 6, 2009

Tribute to Professor Richard E. Speidel

San Diego Law Review The University of San Diego School of Law and the San Diego Law Review have published a tribute issue for Professor Richard E. Speidel.

 The authors and their topics included in the tribute issue, in alphabetical order, are as follows:

Jay M. Feinman, Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers University School of Law, Camden: The Insurance Relationship as Relational Contract and the “Fairly Debatable” Rule for First-Party Bad Faith.

William H. Henning, Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Alabama, and William H. Lawrence, Professor of Law, University of San Diego: A Unified Rationale for Section 2-607(3)(a) Notification.

Robert A. Hillman, Edwin H. Woodruff Professor of Law, Cornell Law School: Maybe Dick Speidel Was Right About Court Adjustment.

Charles L. Knapp, Joseph W. Cotchett Distinguished Professor of Law, University of California Hastings College of Law: Blowing the Whistle on Mandatory Arbitration: Unconscionability as a Signaling Device.

William W. Park, Professor of Law, Boston University: Arbitrator Integrity: The Transient and the Permanent.

Joseph M. Perillo, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Fordham University School of Law: The Collateral Source Rule in Contract Cases.

Robert S. Summers, William G. McRoberts Professor of Research in the Administration of Law, Cornell Law School: Good Faith Revisited: Some Brief Remarks Dedicated to the Late Richard E. Speidel—Friend, Co-Author, and U.C.C. Specialist.

James J. White, Robert A. Sullivan Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School: Warranties in the Box.

[Jeremy Telman]

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