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MOST KEY WORDS FOR EXAM TWO © Robert W. Emerson, Feb. 13, 2009 The approximately 460 words, names, cases, or phrases below are taken from the lectures, LSB text, Barron’s book, and Supplemental Information text for Part Two. Even without studying this list, you will become familiar with most of these terms simply by studying the material. Those terms that you still do not know may be discussed in the above sources. Many are in the Barron’s glossary, and most are listed in the LSB and/or Barron’s indices. Three caveats: Some terms below are more important than others, most terms will probably not end up playing a role in the first test, and no doubt there are a few terms not listed here that have some connection to some test questions. BUT if you do know something about these terms it should help on many, perhaps most, of the test questions. Good luck! A & M Records, Inc. v. Napster Acceptance Accord Adequacy of consideration Adhesion clause Advertisements Agreement Agreement of Parties, Discharge by Agreements to agree Alaska Packers Association v. Domenico All I wish to Amazon Ambiguity of terms American Law Institute American Geophysical Union v. Texaco Anticipatory Breach Antitrust law Arm's length transaction As is As much as deserved Assent Assignability Assignment At equal fault Bandwagon effect Bargained-For Exchange Bargaining Power Barney v. San Diego Chicken (Lyons Ptshp. v. Giannoulas)
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Beachhead acquisition Bespokoistvo Best efforts Best practices Bids Bilateral contract Blue-Pencil Doctrine Bonuses Boulwareism Braunstein v. Jason Tarantella, Inc. Breach of contract Breach of duty Breach, Remedies for Business-Methods Patents Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc. Cancellation Capacity Catalogues Categories of Contracts Causation Cellophane Certain amount Chesapeake Corp. vs. Shorewood Packaging Corp. Children Choice-of-law clause Choice of Law Provision Circulars CISG Clarification of ambiguity Classification by Formation Clayton Act Colorable Claim/Dispute Collective Membership Marks Commercial Impracticability Communication Comparable worth Comparative Consideration Compensatory Damages Competition Covenants Composers example Composition with creditors Condition - Concurrent Condition – Precedent Condition - Subsequent
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