Hammond’s Contracts Midterm: My Answer

This is my answer to the practice midterm. As always, my contracts session is Wednesdays 5pm Charney 338. Hypo Whether Mel can recover from Wicked’s breach will turn on the trier of fact’s determination as to whether the contract here is enforceable. Though we have a sale of property, because the contract was verbally discussed, […]

Compare/Contrast U.E Cases

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson Task: Compare and contrast the eight cases for Unjust Enrichment. Note, this is not the assignment I turned in as I had to shorten that one to two pages. This is the full version: Bloomgarden V. Coyer Utility Bloomgarden serves as an introduction to unjust enrichment (U.E) and the […]

Promissory Estoppel

Guest Post by Santa Clara Law 1L and Colleague: Phil Fox  An easy way to remember what promissory estoppel is could be to look at the first word and remember “promise.” Simply and quickly put, promissory estoppel is justified reliance on a promise. Broken down: Justified: a reasonable person would do the same based on […]

Sullivan v. O’Connor

https://xkcd.com/738/ Sullivan v. O’Connor Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, 1973 363 Mass. 579 , 296 N.E.2d 183. My case brief: http://bit.ly/2MDgSgn This is a case about plastic surgery gone terribly wrong. My colleague, Andrew San Jose, brought up an intriguing point: To win this case, you, the lawyer, essentially have to roast your client in front […]