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46ConnLRev73.pdf
A number of courts have held that a contract is formed when deferred terms found inside the package are reviewed by the buyer and accepted by some act—usually use of the good. This “rolling” contract approach has been widely criticized by…

77FordhamLRev1269.pdf
This essay tackles the overlap between CSR and a lawyer's ethical obligations of a democracy. First, we attempt to describe the various conceptualizations of CSR - a term that is often nebulous and that has been assigned multiple meanings by…

33PeppLRev501.pdf
This article will describe the varying approaches that courts use to decide whether clauses limiting liability materially alter the contract under U.C.C. section 2-207. In Part II, the article reviews the development of U.C.C. section 2-207,…

30SeattleULRev155.pdf
This article will explore both the various problems that arise with a policy that essentially mandates waiver of the attorney-client privilege as well as the limited appeal of the selective waiver theory as a compromise position. It concludes that…

42ValULRev1129.pdf
If we turn the question to what causes corporations to engage in conduct that benefits society, we understand that some external force or forces must direct the corporation. This Article seeks to analyze the external forces that curb or drive…

45USFLRev1.pdf
Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) has been a topic of discussion within corporate law and policy for over 40 years. Machiavelli’s THE PRINCE provides one paradigm for rulers. For Machiavelli, the chief focus of the ruler is to ensure the…

99KyLJ9.pdf
This article examines both the work product doctrine’s historical and philosophical roots to determine whether the “anticipation of litigation” requirement should be a bar to protection of “core” work product from discovery. Part II…

63BayLRev126.pdf
This article examines the question of what duties are owed among limited partners in a limited partnership. Part II discusses both the uniform and Texas statutes governing limited partnerships and their interplay with the law of general partnerships.…

87IndLJSupp31.pdf
Irony is defined as “the use of words to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning.” Though many other definitions of the word exist, in light of the Supreme Court’s majority opinion in AT&T Mobility LLC v.…
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