Scholarship and Activities: Michael Gordon
Chesterfield Smith Professor Michael W. Gordon was reelected to the board of the U.S.-Mexico Law Institute, where he served eight one-year terms 1995-2003. He is serving as an expert for the Scott Paper Company in a case involving injury to the largest orchid grower in Latin America, located in Panama, and also in a case in Ontario for the Jamacian owner of Sandals Resort for an injury to a Canadian citizen in the resort in Cuba. The seventh edition of his casebook (coauthored), International Business Transactions, was published in June. He also wrote the section on “North American Integration” for the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Law & Society: American & Global Perspectives.