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Contracts in Context: From Transaction to Litigation, Second Edition

Nadelle Grossman, Eric A. Zacks


  • ISBN: 9781543857702

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  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 2/1/2023
    Copyright: 2023
    Pages: 888
    Connected eBook + Print Book: 9781543857702
    Connected eBook: 9798886144345

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  • Author Information

    Nadelle Grossman

    Professor Grossman is an Associate Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School. She teaches courses in business associations, business planning, contract law, contract drafting, and corporate governance. She writes and has published in the areas of corporate law, securities laws, and corporate governance, placing articles in the Georgia Law Review, the LSU Law Review, the West Virginia Law Review, and the Michigan Journal of Law Reform, among other journals. Professor Grossman received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Tulane Law School and her B.S. in Political Economy of Natural Resources from the University of California at Berkeley.
    Prior to academia, Professor Grossman practiced law for over seven years in the corporate, banking, and business section of Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. As a corporate lawyer, Professor Grossman advised clients on domestic and international business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt offerings, secured and unsecured financings and restructurings. She also worked with public company clients in preparing securities law filings and handling general corporate matters. Her tenure at Fulbright included an eighteen-month secondment to the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank group, where she worked on international project finance transactions in the infrastructure sector.

    Eric A. Zacks

    Eric Zacks is an associate professor of law at Wayne State University Law School. His scholarship focuses on modern contracting practices and the relevance of behavioral and cognitive sciences to the legal and social construction of contract formation, breach and enforcement. His work has been published in many law reviews and journals, including the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, Florida State University Law Review, Journal of Corporation Law, University of Cincinnati Law Review, Marquette Law ReviewPenn State Law Review and William & Mary Business Law Review.
    In 2012 and 2013, Zacks was voted Professor of the Year by the second- and third-year law students at Wayne Law. He teaches a variety of business law courses, including Corporate Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities Regulation, and Corporations, as well as a first-year Contracts course.
    Prior to joining Wayne Law, Zacks was a partner in the corporate and securities department of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, a Detroit law firm, with a practice focus on complex acquisitions and divestitures, debt and equity financings, and other aspects of corporate transactions. He earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School and his bachelor of arts degree, with high distinction, from the University of Michigan.

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