‘Corona and Contract’

“I once sued Yale for closing down its facilities. The year was 1984 and the University, in the midst of a 10-week clerical workers’ strike, had closed its dining halls, stopped cleaning the dormitory bathrooms, shut down the gym and moved hundreds of classes off-campus. That shut down is very different from Yale’s current suspension of campus activities – this time due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus …” (more)

[Ian Ayres, Balkinization, 23 March]

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