The text, problems and cases address issues of concern t only to litigators but also to transactional lawyers who structure transactions to allocate duties and risks in order to avoid litigation. The materials provide explanations for students unfamiliar with either international sales transactions or domestic sales law. Teachers using the book themselves need t be specialists. The authors have maintained most of the Problem exercises from the first edition, but have added the leading cases of the past decade to enrich the fabric of the current law. The Teacher's Manual suggests ways the materials may be taught and supplemented.