Uniform Commercial Code

  • Foreign and Unexpected Items in Food: Pt 1

    … Commercial Code, that the Defendant had a duty as a seller of goods- to make sure that they were reasonably safe and fit for their ordinary purpose (in this case consumption). And due to the fact that there was a bone present in the chowder- liability must attach because bones are not fit for ordinary human consumption. The Defendant argued…

  • This Email Isn’t Worth the Paper It Isn’t Written On

    …, 15 U.S.C. ch. 96, and UETA, the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (applicable in every state except Illinois, New York and Washington), is, with some small exceptions for deeds, wills and the like, just as good as a written contract. But not all writings form part of a contract, and neither do all emails. A recent (unpublished) case out of New…

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  • A Cereal. A Rabbi. A Peppercorn.

    …What can you say about an internet contracting strategy that died? I’m referring, of course, to General Mills’ abortive attempt to include new terms of service on all its internet and social media products, including an agreement to arbitrate and to waive any right to a class action, that came and went so fast I couldn’t blog about it until…

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    • A Cereal. A Rabbi. A Peppercorn.

      What can you say about an internet contracting strategy that died? I’m referring, of course, to General Mills’ abortive attempt to include new terms of service on all its internet and social media products, including an agreement to arbitrate and to waive any right to a class action, that came and went so fast I couldn’t blog about it until it was over.

      2 readers - Richard Goldfarb/ Food Liability Law Blog
  • A Cereal. A Rabbi. A Peppercorn.

    …What can you say about an internet contracting strategy that died? I’m referring, of course, to General Mills’ abortive attempt to include new terms of service on all its internet and social media products, including an agreement to arbitrate and to waive any right to a class action, that came and went so fast I couldn’t blog about it until…

    2 readers - Richard Goldfarb/ Food Liability Law Blog