Faculty Briefs

  

Faculty Briefs

Recent faculty publications and activities


Why the Bankruptcy Course Ought to Be Mandatory
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Mandatoy Courses Out of the Law School
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Will Mortgage Law Survive? A Commentary and Critique on Mortgage Law's Birth, Long Life, and Current Proposals for Its Demise
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In Defense of the Sales Statute of Frauds and Parole Evidence Rule: A Fair Price of Admission to the Courts
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The Trashing of Article 6: Isn't There a Better Alternative?
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Judicial Misuses of the Word Fraud to Defeat the Parol Evidence Rule and the Statute of Frauds
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A Bankruptcy Superfund for Some Super Creditors: From Ohio to Midatlantic and Beyond
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Insurng Payment to Contingent and Unidentified Creditors in Bankruptcy
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The Seller's Contractual Obligation Under U.C.C. 2-313 to Tell the Truth (A Post Dcript and Concurring Comments to Professor Heckman's Sales Warranty Article)
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The American Experience on Harmonization (Uniformity) of State Laws
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Rebutal to Professor Fry's Reply: A Continuing Dialogue
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The Folly of Full Settlement Checks - and a Declaration of Their Independence
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What every Lawyer Should Know About the Law of Fraudulent Transfers
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The Effect of the 1984 Bankrupcy Code Amendments on Contracts
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The Victors and Casualties of the Recent Products Liability Wars (Invading the Legislative Turf)
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