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Buyer's Remedies Under the UCC [Contracts]
Not sure whether you should use 2-602, 2-608, or 2-714(2)? Here on one sheet of paper are the Buyer's Remedies under the Uniform Commercial Code (art. 2).
When you write your exam response to a problem involving the sale of goods, consider which one of the five events in a red box has caused the seller's breach. Then, follow the arrows to determine the buyer's remedies.
Personal Jurisdiction: Case Chart [Civ Pro]
Here, on a one-page chart, are many of the most commonly discussed cases pertaining to personal jurisdiction - a favorite topic of most civil procedure professors.
As in all of your courses, try to understand the "big picture" - this chart is organized 3 ways: chronologically (from top to bottom); by argument strength (from the outside in); and according to whether the court found that personal jurisdiction existed in each case.
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