New York Contract Law: A Guide for Non-New York Attorneys

By Glen Banks, New York State Bar Association, 622 pages, $95 for members and $120 for non-members

, New York Law Journal


Out-of-state attorneys routinely steeped in contract negotiations, whose breaches or enforcement may ultimately bring them to either of the courthouses on Foley Square or to New York's International Arbitration Center, must, therefore, attain an intimate knowledge of the fundamental and advanced principles of New York contract law. "New York Contract Law: A Guide for Non-New York Attorneys," by Glen Banks of Norton Rose Fulbright, addresses that need in exceptional fashion.

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