Contract Law in Wisconsin
838+ pp.; 4th ed. 2013
(Includes 2016-17 supplement)
Get your contract questions answered
Contract Law in Wisconsin covers key aspects of contracts – from formation to rescission and reformation. The book is divided into six sections, each thoroughly covering a distinct area of contracts fundamentals and practice, allowing you to instantly locate solutions. To make it even easier to find information, each section also comes with its own detailed table of contents, highlighting that section’s chapters.
Packed with tips, examples, and practice advice
Find numerous practice tips and points to consider when drafting or reviewing a contract. Plus, the book is filled with examples based on hypothetical facts to help you understand many different contract law scenarios.
New updates to keep you current
The 2016-2017 supplement discusses key recent legal developments affecting contract law, including:
- A Seventh Circuit Court opinion on how broadly the Concepcion holding goes in protecting arbitration and clauses to arbitrate
- Wisconsin Supreme Court decisions on whether extraneous evidence can be consulted when interpreting a contract
- A Wisconsin Supreme Court suggestion that the date a represented employee’s vested benefits vest may depend on the nature of the benefits
- A Wisconsin Supreme Court opinion concerning a broker’s entitlement to commission in a real estate transaction dispute
Make your contracts airtight
Draft airtight contracts confidently and more efficiently with the help of Contract Law in Wisconsin.
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