This innovative book includes cases, problems, note materials and questions, as well as excerpts from law review articles and other secondary sources that explain the fit among the contemporary sources of Commercial Contracting Law. While the authors emphasize Uniform Commercial Code Articles 1 (as revised) and 2 (as enacted), but there are liberal references to Article 2A, UCITA, UETA, E-Sign, and the CISG to provide a sophisticated yet accessible presentation of the legal rules and principles that govern contemporary sales, leasing, and computer information transactions.
Contemporary commercial contracting presents considerable pedagogical challenges. The authors provide a text that clearly explains the basic commercial context for the rule in question, and then provide materials that enable students to delve into more complex issues. Commercial Contracting: Sales, Leases, and Computer Information includes the cases that have continued to define commercial law for years as well as the most recent decisions that have changed the way we think about commercial contracting. The cases are complemented by extensive problems, permitting the instructor to emphasize either the case or problem approach. The authors have also integrated text and excerpts from treatises and law review articles that both put the issues in transactional context and test the limits of commercial codification. A comprehensive Teacher's Manual is available, and the authors also will provide sample syllabi, teaching notes, and PowerPoint¨ slides that they have found work well in teaching the course.
A Teacher's Manual is available to professors.
This book also is available in a three-hole punched, alternative loose-leaf version printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper with wider margins and with the same pagination as the hardbound book.
If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.