Notes

Legislative Immunity

As we move into negligence in Torts, I’ve begun thinking again about a question I had a year or so ago but managed to forget about. Having worked in the state legislature and seen how laws are made, I believe that there often might be a strong case for legislative negligence. Lawmakers unquestionably have extraordinary …

Options and Firm Offers

Normally, if an offeror makes an offer, it remains open to acceptance by the offeree until one of the following occurs: rejection of the counter offer by the offeree lapse of time revocation by the offeror death or incapacity of the offeror or offeree. Those come from Restatement § 36, which closes with, “In addition, …