Exercises in Commercial Transactions trains the reader to deal with commerical problems. While the book deals with traditional encounters, such as employment agreements, shareholder arrangements, partnership agreements, acquisitions, stock redemptions, guarantees, and escrow agreements, its primary function is to develop the thought processes essential to practice as an effective commercial lawyer. All problems, materials and solutions are renderings of actual transactions, and each problem and solution is accompanied by Siviglia's analysis of what was done and why it was done.
“The author views the contract drafter as an architect, and the student who is trained by this book will get significant insight into the lawyer's architectural role.” — New York Law Journal
“The author can be proud of this book. It is carefully and well done.” — New York State Bar Journal