Conference: Contractual Black Holes

January 30, 2017 at 2:17 pm Leave a comment

Duke Law hosts Contractual Black Holes from April 7-8, 2017.

The conference is an international gathering of the leading contract theory specialists in the world. The topic is the question of how to optimally interpret boilerplate or standard form financial contracts when they develop what we call “contractual black holes.”

Click here for more information or email Victoria Zellefrow at

Topics: Conferences & Symposia; Contracts. 


Entry filed under: Conferences and Symposia, Contracts.

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