LexisNexis Practice Guide: Minnesota Contract Litigation
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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Minnesota Contract Litigation is a practice-oriented resource that has streamlined chapter organization with cross-references to relevant content, practice tips icons classified by type, and the essential forms for the Minnesota commercial litigation attorney. LexisNexis Practice Guide: Minnesota Contract Litigation is a comprehensive research system - a task-based format, thorough yet concise content, citable expert insight, annual updating, a superior print/online interface and so much more.
Key features and benefits include:
• Advice on navigating the complexities of Minnesota contract litigation from both a procedural and substantive law perspective.
• Analysis of potential causes of actions, remedies, and defenses for a contract claim.
• Guidance on litigating a contract case by identifying the essential elements and setting them out in a comprehensive yet easy to understand way.
• Presentation of insights from Minnesota experts through strategic points, warnings, and other types of practice tips targeting issues of particular interest.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 HISTORY AND OVERVIEW OF CONTRACT LITIGATION IN MINNESOTA
CHAPTER 2 STATE OR FEDERAL COURT
CHAPTER 3 DECIDING WHETHER TO ARBITRATE OR LITIGATE
CHAPTER 4 GOVERNING LAW
CHAPTER 5 THE BASIC ELEMENTS OF A CONTRACT CLAIM AND RELATED CONCERNS
CHAPTER 6 CONTRACT TERMS AND INTERPRETATION
CHAPTER 7 DUTY AND PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTS
CHAPTER 8 UNDERSTANDING SALES AND LEASES UNDER THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE
CHAPTER 9 CODE SPECIFIC REMEDIES ISSUES
CHAPTER 9A CODE SPECIFIC REMEDIES ISSUES
CHAPTER 10 TORT REMEDIES IN CONTRACT LITIGATION
CHAPTER 11 UNDERSTANDING QUASI-CONTRACTS, UNJUST ENRICHMENT & PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL
CHAPTER 12 DEFENSES BASED ON FORMALITIES
CHAPTER 13 DEFENSES BASED ON LACK OF CONSENT
CHAPTER 14 ASSIGNMENT, DELEGATION, THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES, AND CONTRACTUAL INDEMNIFICATION AND CONTRIBUTION
TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES