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Published in : 2018-03-03 | by Seth Oranburg
We have a contract, but what does it mean? This video explains how courts will interpret contracts. It is designed as a review for students who have recently ...
Published in : 2018-04-27 | by Seth Oranburg
In my last lecture of Contracts II, I review interpretation, performance, breach, excuse, and damages.
Published in : 2018-03-07 | by Seth Oranburg
Shareholders own a corporation, but directors run it. This separate of ownership and control creates "agency problems." Shareholders want directors to be ...
Published in : 2018-12-11 | by Seth Oranburg
Offers must include (1) a manifestation of intention to be bound by (2) reasonably certain terms. Learn in this video what kind of objective manifestation is ...
Published in : 2018-12-11 | by Seth Oranburg
Contracts is the study of promises that courts will enforce. Let's get started by discussing the two main contract laws in the United States (common law and the ...
Published in : 2017-04-22 | by Seth Oranburg
Contracts are agreements that courts will enforce. But what does a contract say? And when have parties performed according to its terms?
Published in : 2018-12-11 | by Seth Oranburg
Offers can only be accepted for a limited time! When do offers expire? Lapse of time, revocation, and death of the offeror can terminate an offer. Yet some offers ...
Published in : 2018-04-27 | by Seth Oranburg
This video reviews my Corporations II course, which covers corporate liabilities for directors, shareholders, and securities markets.
Published in : 2018-12-11 | by Seth Oranburg
Equity courts developed alongside courts on law starting in the 1500s. Nowadays, US courts can hear matter in law and equity together. Equitable reasons for ...