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Sales: A Systems Approach, Sixth Edition

Daniel L. Keating

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  • ISBN: 9781454857921

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  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 1/19/2016
    Copyright: 2016
    Pages: 624
    ISBNs:
    Hardcover + CasebookConnect: 9781454857921
    Loose-leaf + CasebookConnect:  9781543807851
    Rental + CasebookConnect: 9781543807950
    Digital Only CasebookConnect: 9781543808032
    Ebook: 9781454874836

    Detailed Table of Contents (PDF Download)
    Preface

    Summary of Contents

    Contents
    Preface
    Acknowledgments

    Chapter 1. Formation
    Assignment 1: The Role and Scope of Codes in Sales Systems
    Assignment 2: Scope Issues with Leases, CISG, and Real Estate
    Assignment 3: The Process of Sales Contract Formation
    Assignment 4: Formation with Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate
    Assignment 5: Statute of Frauds with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 6: Parol Evidence with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 7: Requisites to Formalization in Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate Sales

    Chapter 2. Terms
    Assignment 8: Warranties with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 9: Notice and Privity
    Assignment 10: Magnuson-Moss
    Assignment 11: Lease, International, and Real Estate Warranties
    Assignment 12: Reducing or Eliminating Warranty Liability: Basics
    Assignment 13: Reducing or Eliminating Warranty Liability: Advanced
    Assignment 14: Commercial Impracticability
    Assignment 15: Unconscionability
    Assignment 16: Title with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 17: Title with Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate

    Chapter 3. Performance
    Assignment 18: Closing the Sale with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 19: Closing with Leases, International Sales and Real Estate
    Assignment 20: Risk of Loss with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 21: Risk of Loss with Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate

    Chapter 4. Remedies
    Assignment 22: Seller’s Remedies with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 23: Lessor’s and Seller’s Remedies with Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate
    Assignment 24: Seller’s Remedies: Advanced Problems
    Assignment 25: Buyer’s Remedies with Sales of Goods
    Assignment 26: Buyer’s and Lessee’s Remedies with Leases, International Sales, and Real Estate
    Assignment 27: Buyer’s Remedies: Advanced Problems
    Assignment 28: Special Remedies

    Table of Cases
    Table of Statutes
    Index

  • Author Information

    Daniel L. Keating

    Daniel Keating's responsibilities as Vice Dean at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law include oversight of academic matters at the law school, including the curriculum, tenure process, and mentoring of new faculty.
    Daniel Keating is the author of two case books on commercial law, Sales: A Systems Approach (4th ed. Aspen 2009) and Commercial Transactions: A Systems Approach (with LoPucki, Warren & Mann; 4th ed. Aspen 2009), as well as a treatise on the employment law implications of bankruptcy, Bankruptcy and Employment Law (Little Brown 1995). He has been the chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Creditors' and Debtors' Rights, and has also chaired the planning committees for the AALS New Law Teachers Workshop, the AALS Workshop on Bankruptcy, and the AALS Commercial Law Workshop. Daniel Keating is an elected member of the American Law Institute, and a fellow for the American College of Bankruptcy. Daniel Keating's knowledge of bankruptcy is informed by his firsthand commercial experience as an attorney for The First National Bank of Chicago. He has served twice as Interim Dean of the Washington University School of Law.
    His recent writings include, e.g.: Harsh Realities and Silver Linings for Retirees, 15 American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, 437 (2007); Why the Bankruptcy Reform Act Left Labor Legacy Costs Alone, 71 Missouri Law Review, 985 (2006); and The Human Side of Commercial Law, 6 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy, 213 (2001).

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