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Citing more than 2,750 authorities spanning more than 100 years, Voss on Delaware Contract Law is an unprecedented review of the law that underpins the nation's predominant corporate and alternative entity laws, as well as the contract-related disputes frequently addressed in Delaware's renowned business courts.
"This superb treatise provides an unprecedented compilation of Delaware's vast contract-related jurisprudence. Practitioners and jurists will benefit from this comprehensive, expert analysis of the fundamental contract principles that have helped to make Delaware the forum of choice for business formations and transactions."
— Randy J. Holland, Retired Justice, Delaware Supreme Court
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Transactional attorneys and litigators alike will benefit from easy access to thousands of thoughtfully selected and organized quotations of cases, statutes, and rules, as well as harder-to-find court orders and transcripts.
Think about contract law in new ways
This resource contains an innovative Contract Typology™ section, which surveys authorities by type of contract, clause, and phrase, to help identify type-specific considerations and interpretations pertinent to contract drafting and dispute resolution.
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Table of contents
Preface and Important Usage Information
Summary Table of Contents
Table of Authorities
Chapter 1 Delaware Contract Philosophy
Chapter 2 Contract Formation and Parties
Chapter 3 Contract Interpretation
Chapter 4 Statutory Construction
Chapter 5 Delaware Uniform Commercial Code (Selected Authorities)
Chapter 6 Contract Law and Corporate Instruments
Chapter 7 Contract Law and Fiduciary Duties
Chapter 8 Contract Typology (A Survey of Contract Authorities by Type, Feature, Clause, Phrase, or Word)
Chapter 9 Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
Chapter 10 Defenses (Selected Doctrines and Excuses)
Chapter 11 Delaware Courts and Procedure (Selected Contract-Related Topics)
Chapter 12 Breach of Contract
Chapter 13 Contract-Related Claims (Including Selected Business Torts)
Chapter 14 Damages
Chapter 15 Non-Damages Remedies
Chapter 16 Supplementary Relief
Chapter 17 Choice of Law, Forum Selection, and Comparative Contract Law
Chapter 18 Importance of Professional, Case-Specific, and Up-to-Date Research in
Table of Statutes
Table of Reported Cases