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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

New in Print

Pile of BooksDavid Crump, The Economic Purpose of the Contract Clause, 66 SMU L. Rev. 687 (2013)

Rebecca Schoff Curtin, Hackers and Humanists: Transactions and the Evolution of Copyright. 54 IDEA 103 (2013).

David G. Epstein, and students Adam L. Tate & William Yaris, Fifty: Shades of Grey--Uncertainty about Extrinsic Evidence and Parol Evidence after All These UCC Years. 45 Ariz. St. L.J. 925 (2013) 

Frank L. Schiavo, An Alternative Approach to the Parol Evidence Rule: A Rejection of the Restatement (Second) of Contracts; Mitchill v. Lath revisited. 41 Cap. U. L. Rev. 759 (2013)

Emanwel J. Turnbull, Account Stated Resurrected: The Fiction of Implied Assent in Consumer Debt Collection, 38 Vt. L. Rev. 339 (2013) 

Manuel A. Utset, Transitive Counterparty Risk and Financial Contracts, 78 Brook. L. Rev. 1441 (2013)

Plus: this from the Chicago Kent Law Review

Kent Law ReviewVol. 89, Issue 1

Symposium on Fringe Economy Lending and Other Aberrant Contracts

Sarah Howard Jenkins,
Charles C. Baum Distinguished Professor of Law


Table of Contents (Full Listing of PDF Articles)

Symposium Introduction
Sarah Howard Jenkins
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 3 (2014)

I. Fringe Economy Lending—The Problem, Its Demographics, and Proposals for Change

Third Party Funding of Personal Injury Tort Claims: Keep the Baby and Change the Bathwater
Terrence Cain
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 11 (2014)

An Economic Perspective on Subprime Lending
Michael H. Anderson
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 53 (2014)

Females on the Fringe: Considering Gender in Payday Lending Policy
Amy J. Schmitz
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 65 (2014)

II. Other Solutions for Fringe Economy Lending

Interest Rate Caps, State Legislation, and Public Opinion: Does the Law Reflect the Public’s Desires?
Timothy E. Goldsmith & Nathalie Martin
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 115 (2014)

An Economic Investigation of Rent-to-Own Agreements
Michael H. Anderson
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 141 (2014)

III. Securitization of Fringe Economy Receivables—A Lender’s Issue

Securitization of Aberrant Contract Receivables
Thomas E. Plank
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 171 (2014)

IV. Other Aberrant Contract Concerns

Legal Uncertainty and Aberrant Contracts: The Choice of Law Clause
William J. Woodward Jr.
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 197 (2014)

Some Economic Insights Into Application of Payments Doctrine: Walker Thomas Revisited
James W. Bowers
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 229 (2014)

V. Atypical Consumer Agreements as Aberrant Contracts

Situational Duress and the Aberrance of Electronic Contracts
Nancy S. Kim
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 265 (2014)

Tax Ferrets, Tax Consultants, Bounty Hunters, and Hired Guns: The Property Tax Netherworld Fueled by Contingency Fees and Champertous Agreements
J. Lyn Entrikin
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 289 (2014)

Tenure, the Aberrant Consumer Contract
James J. White
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 353 (2014)

Are You Free to Contract Away Your Right To Bring a Negligence Claim?
Scott J. Burnham
89 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 379 (2014)

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