110 F. Supp. 801 BLACK INDUSTRIES, Inc. v. BUSH. Civ. A. No. 586-52. United States District Court D. New Jersey. March 13, 1953.         Waddington & Tilton, Camden, N. J., George M. Henry, Philadelphia, Pa., of counsel, for defendant, for the motion. Toolan, Haney & Romond, Perth Amboy, N. J., for plaintiff, contra. FORMAN, Chief Judge. […]

Professor Scott Burnham discusses unconscionability, the Williams v. Walker-Thomas case, and reasonable expectations. This podcast is a perfect supplement to Professor Burnham’s Unjust Terms (Unconscionability) CALI tutorial. [audio:http://www.cali.org/lessons/podcasts/896-Burnham_Unconscionability_ReasonableExpectations.mp3] via Contracts: Unconscionability and Reasonable Expectations Podcast | Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.

A court has the power to police contracts, to determine whether they contain “unconscionable” provisions. This lesson explores the criteria courts use in exercising that power, focusing on the case of Williams v. Walker-Thomas Furniture Co. via Unjust Terms (Unconscionability) | Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.