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Contracts: A Contemporary Approach, 2d Kunz and Chomsky's Contracts: A Contemporary Approach, 2d
By Christina L. Kunz and Carol L. Chomsky
ISBN 978-0-31428-307-8

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This casebook helps students learn more effectively by providing questions to induce critical reading and thinking. Well-situated text boxes provide supplemental information to expand understanding. With better advance preparation, students start class at a more sophisticated level and proceed more easily to deeper analysis. The material is presented in a visually engaging manner, and the accompanying electronic version links directly to cited sources. Restatement, UCC, CISG, and UNIDROIT provisions appear in text, eliminating the need for a statutory supplement. In addition to classic cases foundational in the development of many contracts concepts, the book includes newer cases chosen because they address current issues and modern business practices. “Practice Pointers” provide a transactional focus by explaining the function of common contract clauses. The book includes many problems, both essay and multiple-choice.

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Christina L. Kunz
Christina L. Kunz
Professor Christina L. Kunz teaches contracts, UCC sales, payments, electronic commerce, and contract drafting at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. For two decades she has helped to develop electronic commercial law in leadership positions in the ABA Cyberspace Law Committee, is a frequent speaker on the topic nationwide, and has coauthored groundbreaking articles on electronic contract formation.

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Carol L. Chomsky
Carol L. Chomsky
Professor Carol L. Chomsky is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and teaches contracts, sales, statutory interpretation, and American legal history at the University of Minnesota Law School. Her scholarly work has focused on contract law and teaching, and on a variety of legal history topics. She co directed the Early Career Learning Program and Multicultural Fellows Program at the University of Minnesota.

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