- Hardcover: 240 pages
- Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 9, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0199336970
- ISBN-13: 978-0199336975
- Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 1 x 6.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,206,308 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"How many contracts have you signed today? As Nancy Kim demonstrates in this engaging and accessible book, the answer is: 'more than you think.' She explains how we've drifted into a world in which unilateral private statements, not public laws, control our behavior, online and elsewhere. And she offers us a sensible way out of the mess in which we find ourselves. Well worth reading for anyone who cares about who controls what they do online."
--Mark A. Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor, Stanford Law School
Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science, and Technology
Partner, Durie Tangri LLP
"Professor Nancy Kim's new book, Wrap Contracts: Foundations and Ramifications, is essential reading for academics, judges, and lawyers interested in the nature, functions, and enforcement of Internet contracts. Wrap Contracts is a comprehensive, yet accessible treatment of the formation of contracts in the age of digital technology, of the behavior of businesses and consumers in this new environment, and of the limitations of current doctrine to administer these contracts. The book also contributes useful ideas about changes in the law that could better and more fairly facilitate electronic contracting. Wrap Contracts is also valuable for its vast collection and discussion of pertinent cases and secondary sources."
--Robert A. Hillman, Edwin H. Woodruff Professor of Law, Cornell University Law School
"I recommend picking up a copy; the author both synthesizes and meaningfully extends her important thinking on the evolving role of contracts in a digital world. The sophisticated practitioner, too, has something to gain, particularly from later parts of the book where Kim explores the origins and strategic uses of wrap contracts and makes recommendations that attorneys may one day encounter in a court opinion or Federal Trade Commission complaint."
--Ryan Calo on ContractsProf Blog, Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Law, and Faculty Director, Tech Policy Lab, University of Washington
"Kim does a terrific job categorizing and describing the various types of wrap contracts. Wrap Contracts forcibly describes how businesses, the courts, and technology have created a new world for contracting parties and how fundamental contract formation principles have been skewed to favor the drafting party. Reading Wrap Contracts was enjoyable because it made me re-visit some of the concepts relating to contract law that I putatively learned during my first year of law school and for the bar exam. I highly recommend this book to anyone who either drafts or litigates contracts. It is provocative, thoroughly researched with terrific references, and very stimulating." -Frederic H. Marienthal, Partner at Kutak Rock LLP (The Colorado Lawyer)
About the Author
Nancy S. Kim is Professor of Law at California Western School of Law, and Visiting Professor at Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego. She is Chair-Elect of the Contracts Section of the Association of American Law Schools, and a member of its Executive Committee of the Commercial and Related Consumer Law Section, as well as a past member of its Executive Committee of the Internet and Computer Law Section. She is a former Ford Foundation fellow and Women's Law and Public Policy fellow. Previously she was Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs of Exigen, Inc., a multinational software and services company. She has worked in business and legal capacities for several Bay Area technology companies and was an associate in the corporate law departments at Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe in San Francisco and Gunderson Dettmer in Menlo Park. Professor Kim has published more than twenty scholarly articles and essays, and her name has appeared in media outlets including the Boston Globe, slate.com, the San Diego Tribune, and the San Francisco Chronicle. She is a Contributing Editor to the Contracts Law Prof Blog, the official blog of the AALS section on Contracts.
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