Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Contract Litigation
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Now you can more quickly and confidently navigate the ins-and-outs of California contract law and contract litigation with Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Contract Litigation, a powerful dual media research solution that offers expert guidance on the full range of legal and practice issues that are likely to arise in California cases arising out of contracts.
The task-based format guides you through all potential claims, defenses, and other issues that might arise in an action arising out of a contract. Insights from California experts are reflected throughout, with strategic points, warnings, traps, and other types of practice tips targeting issues of particular interest. Other features include checklists, elements of causes of action, examples of recent cases applying the principles being discussed, extensive cross-references to relevant CACI and Matthew Bender jury instructions and forms for complaints, answers, and points and authorities illustrating these causes of action.
You'll find concise, up-to-date coverage of:
• Jurisdiction and choice of law issues
• Arbitration and mediation
• Equitable remedies
• Various grounds for attacking the validity of a contract, including basic contract elements, fraud, unconscionability, public policy, mistake and many more
• Rules for construction and interpretation of contracts
• Breach of contract claims, as well as special rules applicable to contracts for sale of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code
• Recovery of costs and attorney's fees
• Pleading requirements for specific causes of action and affirmative defenses
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Determining the Applicable Law
Chapter 2 Determining What Causes of Action Exist
Chapter 3 Determining Jurisdiction and Venue in Contract Actions
Chapter 4 Determining Applicable Statute of Limitations and Effect on Potential Action
Chapter 5 Determining Whether to Arbitrate or Litigate
Chapter 6 Using or Opposing Provisional Remedies in Contract Actions
Chapter 7 Seeking or Opposing Damages in Contract Actions
Chapter 8 Seeking or Opposing Equitable Remedies in Contract Actions
Chapter 9 Seeking or Opposing Quantum Meruit or Quantum Valebant Recovery in Contract Actions
Chapter 10 Seeking or Opposing Statutory Remedies in Contract Actions
Chapter 11 Seeking or Opposing Declaratory Relief in Contract Matters
Chapter 12 Recovering Attorney's Fees and Costs in Contract Litigation
Chapter 13 Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract - Absence of Essential Element
Chapter 14 Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract - Lack of Capacity
Chapter 15 Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract - Failure to Comply With Applicable Formalities
Chapter 16 Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract - Mistake
Chapter 17 Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract - Fraud, Duress, Menace, and Undue Influence
Chapter 18 Asserting or Defending Claim That Contract Is Illegal, Contrary to Public Policy, or Unconscionable
Chapter 19 Seeking or Opposing Recovery As Third Party Beneficiary of Contract
Chapter 20 Asserting Agency Issues in Contract Actions
Chapter 21 Asserting a Particular Construction of Contract
Chapter 22 Suing or Defending Action for Breach of Contract
Chapter 23 Suing or Defending Action for Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
Chapter 24 Suing or Defending Action for Breach of Warranty
Chapter 25 Seeking Recovery for Unauthorized Disclosure of Confidential or Proprietary Information
Chapter 26 Contract for Sale of Goods - Seeking Remedies Under California Commercial Code
Chapter 27 Contract for Sale of Goods - Attacking or Defending Existence of Contract Under California Commercial Code
Chapter 28 Contract for Sale of Goods - Suing or Defending Action for Breach of Contract Under California Commercial Code
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes