Current Issue

  • Volume 85,
  • Number 2 -
  • 2022

Contract in Crisis

Special Editors: Jonathan C. Lipson & Rachel Rebouché

Articles

Introduction: Covid, Contract, and Crises
Jonathan C. Lipson & Rachel Rebouché
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Retrospective Risk Allocation
Aditi Bagchi
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Health Crises and the Limited Role of Contract Law
Robert A. Hillman
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A Comment on Hillman, Health Crises
David A. Hoffman
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COVID Concerns: Some Realism About Equitable Relief
Brian H. Bix
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The Limits of Public Contract Law
Anthony J. Casey & Anthony Niblett
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A Comment on Casey & Niblett, The Limits of Public Contract Law
Cathy Hwang
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Between Rights and Rites: The Ironies of Crisis and Contract
Jeffrey M. Lipshaw
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The Price of Cheeky Contracting
Paolo Colla & Mitu Gulati
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A Comment on Colla and Gulati, Cheeky Contracting
Tess Wilkinson-Ryan
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The Potential Legal Value of Relational Contracts in a Time of Crisis or Uncertainty
Joan MacLeod Heminway
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Prosocial Contracts: Making Relational Contracts More Relational
Sarah Dadush
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Protecting the Pandemic Essential Worker
Mechele Dickerson
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Steering Loan Modifications Post-Pandemic
Pamela Foohey, Dalié Jiménez & Christopher K. Odinet
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A Comment on Foohey et al., Steering Loan Modifications Post-Pandemic
Susan Block-Lieb
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Reparations for Racial Wealth Disparities as Remedy for Social Contract Breach
Martha M. Ertman
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Contracting for Process
David V. Snyder
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A Comment on Snyder, Contracting for Process
Larry T. Garvin
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The Transactional Dynamic of Market Fragility
Matthew Jennejohn
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Note

Note: The Key Problems with Qui Tam Dismissals under Swift
Holly Gwydir
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