Book Description: Adaptable for instructors with various teaching styles, PROBLEMS IN CONTRACT LAW: Cases and Materials provides a balanced approach to traditional case analysis, problem-based instruction, and theoretical inquiry. Now in its Sixth Edition, this casebook offers a highly intelligent, contemporary treatment of contract law and maintains the success of its previous editions, in part, by including a variety of perspectives and contractual settings. This edition retains the great features that have made the book a dependable source. It incorporates a balanced blend of traditional and contemporary casesIt includes explanatory notes and text that help students place cases in a larger context and explore related pointsIt offers significant treatment of the CISGlt maintains the Fifth edition's reflection of complexity of current 21st century contract law with its varied strains and constant fluxA companion statutory and case supplement is available for separate purchase: Rules of Contract Law.The Sixth Edition reorganizes chapters 2 and 3 dealing with the traditional basis for contract formation and liability under other theories It presents new material examining the strains increasingly exerted on the conventional contract law system over the past 10-15 years by new forms of contracting (electronic, etc.) and by the increased use of mandatory arbitration clauses in mass adhesion contracting (e.g., banks, communications providers, hospitals)LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL RESOURCES TO HELP YOU IN CONTRACT LAW? TRY EXAMPLES & EXPLANATIONS: CONTRACTS 5E (9780735588523) AND THE WOLTERS KLUWER BOUVIER LAW DICTIONARY: 2011 STUDENT EDITION (9780735568525) --TWO OF MANY GREAT STUDY GUIDES FROM WOLTERS KLUWER LAW & BUSINESS.