Prof. Andrea Boyack writes in Bloomberg Law about her forthcoming publication

In a newly published piece in Bloomberg Law, Mizzou Law’s Andrea Boyack suggests a new framework for consumer contracts that prioritizes consumers’ agency over a blind agreement to a company’s boilerplate terms.

“Companies have long claimed that their online boilerplates must be afforded contractual status, or else the world of commerce would be thrown into chaos. This is absurd. In the context of business-to-business transactions, the law rejects the need to adopt one party’s standard form as the parties’ contract.”

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