First Day Assignments

Spring 2017

Advanced Constitutional Law

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 2A91 | Professor name: Hutchinson

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus

 

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus

You should have received an email from either Professor Hutchinson or Sherrice Smith with attachments. If you didn’t email Sherrice at ssmith@law.ufl.edu

 

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Antitrust

Course number: 6550 | Section number: 176C | Professor name: Harrison

Course materials:

Antitrust Law by Sullivan, Hovenkamp, Shelanski, & Leslie, 7th edition

Supplement: (This is free online) http://www.cap-press.com/pdf/Sullivan%20Antitrust%20Law%20Policy%202016%20supp%20WM.pdf

 

Assignments:

Week 1 Introduction, Economics, and Procedure

 

Some of this week will be devoted to the basic economics of antitrust. In the book there is a more thorough treatment than I require and you are welcome to read it (pp. 37-53). After we finish this, there are some procedural matters to address. Please read 88-96, 97-101 (numbers 6 and 7), 108-118, 125-133.

 

Appellate Advocacy

Course number: 5793 | Section number: 1587 | Professor name: Mclendon

Course materials:

Linda Edwards, Legal Writing: Process, Analysis & Organization (6th ed., 2016).

Richard Wydick, Plain English for Lawyers (6th ed., 2005).

The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed., 2016).

Additional Course Materials available on TWEN

Note that these are the same materials as were required for your fall 2016 Legal Research & Writing course.

 

Assignments:

For Tuesday’s class:

  1. Sign up for TWEN site for course (under my name)
  2. Review Syllabus, course policies & calendar on TWEN site
  3. For Tuesday’s class, read Edwards, Legal Writing: Process, Analysis & Organization, ch. 17;  FED. R. APP. P. 28, with 11TH CIR. R. 28-1 (on TWEN under course materials)

Appellate Advocacy

Course number: 5793 | Section number: 1393 | Professor name: Wihnyk

Course materials:

•An Advocate Persuades (Text)

•The Bluebook 20th ed (Bluebook)

Assignments:

TWEN- Syllabus

TEXT- Chapters 1 and 5

 

Appellate Advocacy

Course number: 5793 | Section number: 8246 | Professor name: Ruff

Course materials:

See “Course Policies; Syllabus” document page on Prof. Ruff’s Appellate Advocacy TWEN website or see Prof. Ruff’s Course Policies and Syllabus on the law school website (from the Welcome to UF LAW drop down menu, select Current Students; on the Current Students page, select Syllabi).

 

Assignments:

See Calendar posted on TWEN website (click on “View as List”) or see Prof. Ruff’s Course Policies and Syllabus on the law school website (from the Welcome to UF LAW drop down menu, select Current Students; on the Current Students page, select Syllabi).

 

Appellate Advocacy

Course number: 5793 | Section number: 8245 | Professor name: Pflaum

Course materials:

•Text – Legal Writing by Design (2d edition) by Rambo and Pflaum

The Bluebook (20th Ed.)

•Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy – Pflaum TWEN course (Westlaw)*

 

* Sign up for TWEN access (through Westlaw) to Professor Pflaum’s Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy course (2016-2017) TWEN site before the first day of class by using your ufl.edu mail address only — the law school email system filters out AOL and other email accounts. No password required.

 

Assignments:

Monday 1/9 Class 1

Introduction to Appellate Advocacy

READ: Text – Chapters 13 and 14.

TWEN

Course Materials: Calendar; Syllabus; Course Policies and Requirements

Record on Appeal – read and decide whether to represent Defendant or the United States.

Katz case – (under TWEN link “List of Authorities” – should link to Westlaw and bring up the case)

 

Appellate Advocacy

Course number: 5793 | Section number: 1540 | Professor name: Tomlinson

Course materials:

Legal Writing by Design, Rambo & Pflaum, 2d Edition

The Bluebook – A Uniform System of Citation, 20th Edition

Course Materials for App Ad/Tomlinson (Yellow Book) (available for purchase at Law School Book Store)

 

Assignments:

Reading for our First Class, 1/9/17

Read Chapters 13 and 14 of your text, Legal Writing by Design.

 

Please read course polices with this link:

https://www.law.ufl.edu/law/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/administrpolicies2015-optimized-4.pdf

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Bridge to Practice

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 17G6 | Professor name: Reid

Course materials:

Will be posted to Canvas on Jan. 1, 2017.

Assignments:

Will be posted to Canvas on Jan. 1, 2017.

Business Immigration and Practice

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 18EC | Professor name: Beshara/Picataggio

Course materials:

  1. STATUTE/REGULATIONS: Immigration and Nationality Laws of the United States: Selected Statutes, Regulations and Forms referred to in syllabus.
  2. POWERPOINT SLIDES
  3. HANDOUTS, if applicable

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus and look at both links below.

https://www.law.ufl.edu/law/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/business-migration-to-us.pdf

https://www.law.ufl.edu/law/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Class-1-01.12.2017.pdf

 

 

Course syllabus:

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Business Transactions and Document Drafting

Course number: 6802 | Section number: 08A3 | Professor name: Aronson

Course materials:

Course Materials Book (Volumes I and II) (compiled and edited by Daniel H. Aronson)

Charles M. Fox, Working with Contracts: What Law School Doesn’t Teach You (2nd ed. 2008)

Documents & Forms Supplement (and other links and materials accessible solely via the course TWEN site)

Practical Law (Thomson Reuters) Forms, Practice Pointers, Toolkits, Checklists & Resources

 

 

Assignments:

First class – January 11th (Room 355D).

Please log-on to the course TWEN site and familiarize yourself with its features, navigation links, folders and contents prior to January 11th.

Please read (or skim, as directed) the following before the first class on January 11th:

 

Charles M. Fox Text – Table of Contents; Chapters 1 and 2

Course Materials Book (Vol. I, forepart) – Table of Contents; Course Syllabus; Ground Rules & Administrative Matters; Course Overview & Schedule (Pages i-viii)

Course Materials Book – Pages 2 – 26 (Part I), 33 – 66, 662 – 665, 666 – 672

Case – Find and Read United Rentals, Inc v. Ram Holdings, Inc, 937 A.2d 810 (Del. Ch. 2007)

Documents & Forms Supplement (Navigation link on Course TWEN site) – Selected Consumer Contracts folder (Skim all six contracts)

Additional Course Materials (Navigation link on Course TWEN site) – Read (posted articles) Wordsmithing – Why contract language shouldn’t be an afterthought (K. Adams); and What They Don’t Teach Law Students: Lawyering (D. Segal)

 

Course syllabus:

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Civil Clinic Juvenile

Course number: 6940 | Section number: 032B | Professor name: Rawls

Course materials:

Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure and Rules of Judicial Administration, 2016 edition (required) and Florida Juvenile Law and Practice 14th Edition (recommended).

Assignments:

Add the Juvenile Law Clinic – Spring 2017 to your TWEN page. The First Week Assignments are posted on the Juvenile Law Clinic TWEN page. Check your e-mail account for an e-mail from Professor Rawls or Heather Flynn for the password or email Professor Rawls at rawls@law.ufl.edu and cc: Heather Flynn at flynn.h@uflawclinics.org.

 

Civil Procedure

Course number: 5301 | Section number: 1294 | Professor name: Bornstein

Course materials:

Yeazell & Schwartz, Civil Procedure (9th ed., 2015) [Casebook]*

Yeazell & Schwartz, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (2016) [Rules & Statutes Supplement]

 

*Note: You do not need to purchase the Casebook with online access, as we do not use Casebook Connect in class.

Assignments:

The assignments for the first week of class are listed below.  Please read and be prepared to discuss all of the reading as listed.

 

Please also register on the class TWEN site.  To ensure that you have access to the reading for the first week of class, I have posted a PDF of the first chapter of the Casebook (pp. 1-68) there. I will also post a course Syllabus there by 1/5/17.

 

For Tuesday 1/10/17

Casebook: pp. 1-13 (up to 3.)

Supplement: U.S. Constitution, Article III §§ 1-2; 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331, 1332(a)-(c); FRCP* 12(b)(1)

 

For Wednesday 1/11/17

Casebook: pp. 13(3.)-24

Supplement: 28 U.S.C. § 2072; Skim FRCP 3, 7, 8(a), 11, 12(a)-(b)

 

For Thursday 1/12/17

Casebook: pp. 25-28 (up to D.); 32(E.)-49 (up to H.)

Supplement: U.S. Constitution, Amendment VII; Skim FRCP 8(b)-(c); 13(a)-(c); 15; 26(a)(1), (b)(1)&(2), (c); 56(a); 38; 50(a)-(b)

 

*Note: “FRCP” stands for “Federal Rule of Civil Procedure,” which you will find organized by number in your Rules & Statutes Supplement.  When the Casebook cites “Rule x” or says “See Rule x,” it is telling you to refer to the Rule in your Supplement.

Civil Procedure

Course number: 5301 | Section number: 6997 | Professor name: Page

Course materials:

Stephen C. Yeazell, Civil Procedure (9th ed. 2015)

Assignments:

Please read pages 1-14 in Stephen C. Yeazell, Civil Procedure (9th ed. 2015).  Also, please read U.S. Const. Art. III and 28 U.S.C. §§1331 & 1332 in the 2016 supplement for the Yeazell casebook. 

 

Civil Tax Procedure

Course number: 7640 | Section number: 1807 | Professor name: Ullman

Course materials:

1. Johnson, Borison and Ullman, Civil Tax Procedure, 3rd Ed. (Carolina Academic Press, Graduate Tax Series, 2016).

2. Internal Revenue Code and Regulations.

 

Assignments:

Class 1 (1/9/17)   Chapter 1 (Omit Problem); Chevron U.S.A. Inc., 467 U.S. 837 (sec. II); (1984); Smiley, 517 U.S. 735 at 740-744 (1996); Auer, 519 U.S. at 452, 461-3 (1997); United States Dominium Industries, Inc., 522 U.S. 822, 838 (2001); Brand X, 545 U.S. 967, 980-3 (2005); Mayo, 562 U.S. 44, 131 S.Ct. 704, 713 (2011); Loving, 742 F.3d 1013 (D.C. Cir. 2014); King v. Burwell, 135 S. Ct. 2480, 2488-89, (2015) (reproduced in text at pages 41-42).

Class 2 (1/10/17)   Chapter 2 (Problems 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13 and 14); (NOTE: The year in problem 14 should be 20×9, not 20×4). IRC §§7502(a), (b), (e)(2) and (f); IR 2002-135 (12/11/02); Treas. Regs. §301.7502-1(a)-(d) and (2); IRC §6061.

 

Course syllabus:

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Constitutional Law

Course number: 5501 | Section number: 17FH | Professor name: Stinneford

Course materials:

Barnett & Katz, Constitutional Law: Cases in Context (2013), as well as the 2016 Supplement to the casebook.

Assignments:

WEEK 1 ASSIGNMENTS

 

ASSIGNMENT 1: pp.1-52

 Ch. 1 The Founding
A. The Origins of the Constitution
B. The Origins of the Bill of Rights

 

ASSIGNMENT 2: pp. 52-64

 First Constitutional Controversies
 
C.        The Scope of Congressional Power: The National Bank

 

ASSIGNMENT 3:  pp.65-82

 D.        Popular Sovereignty vs. State Sovereignty (Chisholm)
E.         Fundamental Principles vs Express Constraints (Caldor)

 

Constitutional Law

Course number: 5501 | Section number: 01G8 | Professor name: Hutchinson

Course materials:

You should have received an email from either Professor Hutchinson or Sherrice Smith with attachments. If you didn’t email Sherrice at ssmith@law.ufl.edu

Assignments:

Summary

The first set of readings compares the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution. The second set of readings addresses the concept of judicial review and includes the famous case, Marbury v. Madison. We should reach Marbury on Wednesday and discuss pp. 16-34 on Friday.

 

Study Guide

For the first day, prepare to discuss the similarities and differences between the Constitution and the Articles of Confederation and the problems that led the nation to discard the Articles. Do one very specific thing: Closely compare the language in Article II of the Articles of Confederation with Amendment X of the Constitution.

 

For Wednesday and Thursday, outline and prepare to discuss Marbury and the readings regarding judicial review. You should come to class able to understand the facts of the case, the historical and precedential significance of the case, and the argument that Marshall makes to justify judicial review. Also, pay attention to the notes. We will discuss their content.

 

  1. Tuesday, Jan. 10

 

The Articles of Confederation (also attached as file)

 

The Constitution of the United States of America, Textbook at lix-lxxiii. Pay extra attention to: Articles I, II, and III and Amendments I-X, XI-XVI, XIX, and XXVI.

 

John A. Altman, The Articles and the Constitution: Similar in Nature, Different in Design, 3 Pennsylvania Legacies 20-21 (May 2003) (attached as file)

 

Founders on the Defects of the Articles of Confederation (Excerpts from Various Letters, 1780-1787; Source: National Humanities Center) (also attached as file)

 

James Madison, Vices of the Political System of the United States (April 1787; Source: National Humanities Center) (also attached as file)

 

  1. Wednesday, Jan. 11

 

Textbook, pp. 1-15

 

III. Thursday, Jan. 12

 

Textbook, pp. 16-34

Course syllabus:

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Contracts

Course number: 5000 | Section number: 02E3 | Professor name: Dawson

Course materials:

Fuller, Eisenberg & Gergen, Basic Contract Law (9th Edition 2013)

Burton & Eisenberg, Contract Law: Selected Source Materials Annotated (2016 ed.)

Assignments:

The assignments for the first three classes:

Fundamentals; Which Promises Do We (or Don’t We) Enforce and Why

 

1-2 Introduction; Donative Promises

pp. 1 – 29

Dougherty v. Salt;  Schnell v. Nell; Kirksey

Kirksey

 

3. Reliance; Past Benefit Conferred

pp. 29 – 46; 52 – 68

Feinberg v. Pfeiffer Co.; Mills v. Wyman;

Webb v. McGowin

 

Read all of the assigned pages but be prepared to discuss in class the cases listed above.

 

Contracts

Course number: 5000 | Section number: 17G8 | Professor name: Fenster

Course materials:

Michael Hunter Schwartz and Adrian J. Walters, CONTRACTS: A CONTEXT AND PRACTICE CASEBOOK (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2015), unless otherwise noted; James Byrne, CONTRACTS TEXTS: RESTATEMENT 2D CONTRACTS, UCC ARTICLE 2 AND CISG (5th ed., Institute of International Banking Law and Practice).

 

Assignments:

All assignments are in Michael Hunter Schwartz and Adrian J. Walters, CONTRACTS: A CONTEXT AND PRACTICE CASEBOOK (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2015), unless otherwise noted; James Byrne, CONTRACTS TEXTS: RESTATEMENT 2D CONTRACTS, UCC ARTICLE 2 AND CISG (5th ed., Institute of International Banking Law and Practice).

 

First class: Casebook, pp. xxix-xxxiii; 3-12

 

Second and third classes: Casebook, pp. 15-39; Supplement, Restatement §§ 17, 22, 24, 50, 59, 61, 33; UCC §§ 2-204(3), 2-305, 2-308 to 2-310

 

There is now a course page on TWEN.

 

Copyright

Course number: 6572 | Section number: 2E33 | Professor name: Harrison

Course materials:

Book: Alfred C. Yin & Joseph P. Lui, Copyright Law, 3rd edition.

Statutory Supplement (I have not assigned the “official supplement” but you need a copy of the 1976 Copyright Act. It is online and there should be many used copies available on Amazon.

 

Assignments:

Week 1  January 11.

The first day of this week I will make some introductory comments and I want to talk you the elements of a copyright case from beginning to end.  A good case for this is Rogers .v Koons, 960 F.2d 301 (found in your casebook at 402). Please read it.

 

Chapter 2 Copyrightable Subject Matter

A. Originality

14-39

 

Corporate Finance

Course number: 6064 | Section number: 1760 | Professor name: Rhee

Course materials:

Robert J. Rhee, Corporate Finance (Wolters Kluwer 2016)

Assignments:

Textbook Robert J. Rhee, Corporate Finance (Wolters Kluwer 2016), read pages 1-20

Corporate Taxation II- LLM

Course number: 7613 | Section number: 811B | Professor name: McMahon

Course materials:

(1) McMahon, Simmons & McDaniel, FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION OF CORPORATIONS, 4TH ED. (Foundation Press 2014)

(2) McMahon & Simmons, STUDY PROBLEMS FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION OF CORPORATIONS, 4TH ED. (Foundation Press 2014).

(3) McMahon, Simmons & McDaniel, 2016 UPDATE TO FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION OF CORPORATIONS, 4TH ED. To be provided by Instructor in PDF

(4) Internal Revenue Code and Regulations (2016, CCH Unabridged)

 

Assignments:

FIRST ASSIGNMENT: Intercorporate Dividends, Ch. 4, §5  &  Liquidation of Subsidiary Ch. 7, §4

Prepare answers to the Study Problems for Ch. 7, § 4. Omit the problems for Ch. 4, §5

SECOND ASSIGNMENT: Affiliated Corporations &  Introduction to Consolidated Returns

Ch. 9, § 1 (omit problem 1); Ch. 9, § 2, pp. 458 – 464 [Problems 1 & 2] (omit regulations cited on p. 458)

The complete syllabus is posted on line.

 

Course syllabus:

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Criminal Procedure: Police & Police Practices

Course number: 6111 | Section number: 8851 | Professor name: Jacobs

Course materials:

Assignments:

In Miller & Wright:

 

Read pg 1-14 for first class

Read pg  15-34 for second class

 

Deferred Compensation

Course number: 7632 | Section number: 181C | Professor name: Dilley

Course materials:

Textbook:  Employee Benefits Law: Qualification and ERISA Requirements, Kennedy and Shultz (LexisNexis Graduate Tax Series)

 

Deferred Compensation Teaching Materials [Materials] : Additional materials and problems will be available on the course web site on LEXIS.  The web site for the course will be up January 5th through LEXIS’s Web Courses.  Be sure you are registered with LEXIS, including giving them a valid e-mail address so that you can register for the web site and have access to course materials.  If you have any difficulties either with getting to the web site, or downloading the materials, please e-mail me at dilley@law.ufl.edu.    You need to bring to every class the appropriate volumes of the Code and Regulations necessary for that day’s discussion.

Code and Regulations – Volumes Required for Graduate Tax Program (bound volumes please, not electronic form)

Assignments:

Please see the attachment below under course syllabus.

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Doing Business with Latin America Spring Break Class

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 0298 | Professor name: Sokol

Course materials:

No readings until March.  We will have an introductory meeting in Week 1 to go over the deliverables.

 

Assignments:

No readings until March.  We will have an introductory meeting in Week 1 to go over the deliverables.

 

Employment Discrimination

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 18F2 | Professor name: Bornstein

Course materials:

All course reading materials will be available electronically via hyperlinks from the “E-Course Reader” tab posted on our course TWEN site by Friday, January 6, 2017.

 

The course Syllabus and an explanatory document, titled “Paper Task, Presentation, and Final Paper Guidelines,” are also posted there.

Assignments:

Please register for the course TWEN site using the email you check most regularly.  The password for the TWEN site is “employment.”

 

For the first day of class, please read and be prepared to discuss all of the materials listed and linked to in the E-Course Reader under the heading “Materials for Class 1 – Monday, January 9, 2017.”

Environmental Law

Course number: 6471 | Section number: 03F5 | Professor name: Angelo

Course materials:

Farber, and Carlson, Cases and Materials on Environmental Law (West, ninth edition 2014) ISBN 13 978-0-314-28398-6

A TWEN site has been created for this course.  The syllabus and other information is available on the TWEN site. The syllabus is also attached to this assignment.

Assignments:

Week One

           

Tuesday, January 10:               read pages 1-18 in book & pages 19-37 in John C. Dernbach, Sustainable Development in Law Practice, available at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2836985

 

Wednesday, January 11:         read pages 19-24 & 28-38 in book & Dave Owen, Six Thoughts for and Environmental Law Student Wondering what This All Means, available at http://www.progressivereform.org/CPRBlog.cfm?idBlog=4D360F14-A7E7-05C1-D6C37DB1682BE963

 

 

Thursday, January 12:             read pages 39-45 & 46-52 in book

Course syllabus:

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Evidence

Course number: 6330 | Section number: 11HB | Professor name: Reid

Course materials:

Will be posted on Canvas by Jan. 1, 2017.

Assignments:

Will be posted on Canvas by Jan. 1, 2017.

Evidence

Course number: 6330 | Section number: 1230 | Professor name: Cohen

Course materials:

Our textbook is Mueller and Kirkpatrick, Evidence under the Rules: Text, Cases, and Problems, 8th ed., Aspen Pub., 2015.

Assignments:

Welcome to Evidence!

 

There is no assignment for the first day of Evidence.  The assignment for the second day is fairly long, and some students may wish to begin reading in advance.  Our textbook is Mueller and Kirkpatrick, Evidence under the Rules: Text, Cases, and Problems, 8th ed., Aspen Pub., 2015.  The second day assignment is to read pp. 1-31 concerning the structure of trial and pp. 510-515 (Tanner v. United States and the following notes).  You do not need to read problems 6-B, 6-C, and 6-D on p. 515.

 

The course syllabus is posted on TWEN.  The password for the course is “gators”. 

 

I look forward to meeting you in January.

 

Jonathan Cohen

 

 

Course syllabus:

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Federal Courts

Course number: 6302 | Section number: 08A7 | Professor name: Rush

Course materials:

The textbook is Federal Courts and the Law of Federal State Relations, by Low, Jeffries, and Bradley (8th ed., published by Foundation Press). You do not need to buy the 2016 Supplement.

Assignments:

Welcome to Federal Courts.  I’m looking forward to studying with you!

The textbook is Federal Courts and the Law of Federal State Relations, by Low, Jeffries, and Bradley (8th ed., published by Foundation Press). You do not need to buy the 2016 Supplement.

For our first class on Wednesday, Jan. 11, please review Marbury (pp. 241-254) and read pp. 435-445 and pp. 445-450. This will also cover the reading for Thursday.

A copy of the syllabus and my last exam will be available on TWEN by December 22, 2016.

If you have any questions, please let me know.  My email is rush@law.ufl.edu and my office number is 273-0948.

Course syllabus:

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Field Course: International Arbitration

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 1843 | Professor name: Johnsen

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus

Assignments:

International Commercial Practice Reading Assignments

January 13-15, 2017

Read:

 

From Kluwer Arbitration

 

Chapter 1:  Introduction to International Arbitration pp. 1-96

http://www.kluwerarbitration.com/CommonUI/document.aspx?id=kli-ka-born-2015-ch01

 

Please familiarize yourself with the following :

http://www.newyorkconvention.org/new+york+convention+texts

https://www.uncitral.org/pdf/english/texts/arbitration/ml-arb/07-86998_Ebook.pdf

http://www.uncitral.org/pdf/english/texts/arbitration/arb-rules-2013/UNCITRAL-Arbitration-Rules-2013-e.pdf

http://www.iccwbo.org/products-and-services/arbitration-and-adr/arbitration/icc-rules-of-arbitration/

https://www.cpradr.org/resource-center

https://www.adr.org/aaa/ShowPDF?doc=ADRSTG_002539

IBA Guidelines for Drafting International Arbitration Clauses

file:///F:/Guidelines%20for%20Drafting%20Intl%20Arbitration%20Clauses%202010.pdf

 

Read the Following Article:

“A Clause Worth Fighting For: Tips for Drafting an Effective Arbitration Agreement”By Angelika Hunnefeld and Ricardo A. Gonzalez

Posted to Canvas

Course syllabus:

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Florida Criminal Procedure

Course number: 6115 | Section number: 18CE | Professor name: Sapp

Course materials:

Criminal Procedure: Prosecuting Crime

Joshua Dressler and George C. Thomas III, 6th edition

*** This text is the same as used by Professor Nunn in Adversary Systems. If already have or are required to use the 5th edition, please use that edition of the casebook.

Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure http://www.floridabar.org/TFB/TFBResources.nsf/0/BDFE1551AD291A3F85256B29004BF892/$FILE/Criminal.pdf

A Primer on Florida Sentencing Law    http://www.falss.org/Falss/Common/Uploads/Master%20Forms/legaled/2014_FALSS_Basic Sentencing_Law_Handout.pdf

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus

Course syllabus:

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Gender, Armed Conflict and Law

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 18G9 | Professor name: Sjoberg

Course materials:

We will read a fair amount of Chiseche Mibenge’s Sex and International Tribunals, which I can provide in PDF but you might want to buy. We will read the introduction of Judith Butler’s Frames of War, which I will also provide in PDF. The remainder of the texts are journal articles or book excerpts accessible to students on the course website.

 

www.law.ufl.edu/_pdf/academics/January-11-Butler.pdf

 

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus

Course syllabus:

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General Counsel Practicum

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 179H | Professor name: Sokol

Course materials:

The course reading will be an agreement.  It will be up on TWEN by January 2 along with what sections of the agreement to read.

 

 

Assignments:

The course reading will be an agreement.  It will be up on TWEN by January 2 along with what sections of the agreement to read.

 

 

Income Taxation

Course number: 6600 | Section number: 12AH | Professor name: Burke

Course materials:

The casebook used in this course will be Freeland, Lathrope Lind & Stephens, Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation (18th ed. 2016). You should also have a current copy of the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations (complete or selected versions). Recommended Reading: Chirelstein & Zelenak, Federal Income Taxation (13th ed. 2015); Kahn & Kahn, Federal Income Tax (7th ed. 2016).

Assignments:

The reading assignment for the first week of classes is Freeland, Lathrope Lind & Stephens, pp. 1-41. Additional reading assignments will be posted on the course website (TWEN).

 

Income Taxation of Estates & Trusts

Course number: 7625 | Section number: 1828 | Professor name: Calfee

Course materials:

Course materials for the first day will be available in the Office of Graduate Programs, room 320, on the 3rd floor of Holland Hall. Thereafter course material will be provided in class by the Professor.

Federal Internal Revenue Code Section & Regulations covering Sub Chapter J including related income tax provisions.

 

Assignments:

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Problem #1 – Read Code, Regulations & Statutes listed under “Assignment.” Provide answers to problems.

Please look to the state law of the state in which you intend to practice and ascertain whether that state uses a version of the 1931, 1962, or 1997 Uniform Statute.

 

Course syllabus:

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International Children’s Rights

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 1801 | Professor name: King

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus on TWEN

Assignments:

Dear Class,

Please see course syllabus below for my first day assignment for International Children’s Rights. I’ve included additional information about the course to help orient you.  As you will see, the class for the first day (and for some subsequent classes), is divided into “Part A” and “Part B” in which we discuss related, but different topics.  When the class is divided in this way, we will discuss the readings in Part A for the first half of the class, take a break, and then discuss the Part B readings for the second half of the class.   You can find the readings, other than the reading in the required course text, on our TWEN homepage.  For the international human rights documents, I have included links to help you access those readings.  Please sign up for our course on TWEN. See you next week everyone.

 

 

Childhood, Adolescence, Youth and International Human Rights

Spring 2016 – Wednesday 10:00-11:40 (Room 354)

 

 

Course syllabus:

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International Criminal Law

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 18EG | Professor name: Jacobs

Course materials:

Assignments:

Please familiarize yourself with the events taking place in Aleppo, Syria. What forces are at play against each other in that area. Based on your understanding of what has happened there, do you believe any criminal acts have occurred? If so, what might they be?  Be prepared to remain for the entire class period.

 

Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 2D32, 2D34, 2D37, 2D38 & 2D39 | Professor name: Grater/Rawls/Johnsen

Course materials:

The full syllabus, objectives and design, required texts, assignments, class schedule, etc., are posted on canvas. Assuming you are enrolled in the course, you should be able to log in to canvas at: https://ufl.instructure.com/. If you are unable to access this course, please wait a couple of hours; it might not have been released yet.

 

Assignments:

1st Class Assignments:

Please explore our canvas course (don’t neglect announcements) and do the assigned readings.

 

Contact Heather Flynn at flynnh@law.ufl.edu if you have any questions.

 

Jewish Law

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 0368 | Professor name: Cohen

Course materials:

Assignments:

Welcome to Jewish Law!

 

The assignment for our first class is to read two Biblical sections (any version is fine) and one scholarly article:

 Genesis, chapters 1 – 4

Exodus, chapter 20

Robert Cover, “Obligation: A Jewish Jurisprudence of the Social Order,” Journal of Law and Religion 5, 65-74 (1998), available at press.princeton.edu/chapters/s8194.pdf.

 

I look forward to meeting you in January.

 Jonathan Cohen

 

 

 

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Law & Policy in the Americas

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 0345 | Professor name: McLendon

Course materials:

  • Course materials will be available for purchase at BookiT, 1250 W. University Ave. (N.W. 13th St. & University Ave.-in the Holiday Inn Building, right next to the Piesano’s), ph# 352-371-9588. Students are also free to download the materials themselves. Additional materials are available on TWEN and a few items may be placed on reserve in the Law Library.

Assignments:

  • Students should sign up on TWEN for the course website.
  • Read the following from the course materials: 2. Eduardo Silva, ‘Authoritarianism, Democracy and Development’, in Latin America Transformed (Robert N. Gwynne & Cristóbal Kay, eds., 2004). (Coursepack)4. Christopher Sabatini, Rethinking Latin America: Foreign Policy is more than Development, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, March/April 2012, at 8. (TWEN)
  • 5. John Rapley, The New Middle Ages, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, May/June 2006, at 95. (Coursepack)
  • 3. M.C. Mirow, The Code Napoleon: Buried but Ruling in Latin America, 33 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 179 (2005) (TWEN)
  • 1. Lars Schoultz, Beneath the United States: A History of U.S. Policy Toward Latin America xi-xvii (1998). (Coursepac
  • Suggested additional readings:
    1. William Finnegan, Venezuela, A Failing State, THE NEW YORKER, Nov. 14, 2016, available online at: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/11/14/venezuela-a-failing-state
    2. * The Latinobarómetro Poll: Neither Trumpian nor Brexiteer, THE ECONOMIST, Sept. 3, 2016, available online at: http://www.economist.com/news/americas/21706344-latin-america-has-different-worries-united-states-and-europe-neither-trumpian-nor

Latinobarometro Poll 2016, available online in Spanish only at: http://www.latinobarometro.org/latNewsShow.jsp

Law and Anthropology

Course number: 6936 | Section number: 18BH | Professor name: Magnarella

Course materials:

The Syllabus is on TWEN.

Assignments:

Email:                         magnarel@ufl.edu

Office Hours:            TBA

Class:                         Wed. 3:00-4:40 in MLAC 209

 

The first class meets on Jan. 11, 2017.  See reading assignments below.

 

Course description

In this seminar, we will assume a balanced reciprocity between Law and Anthropology, wherein neither is independent of nor subordinate to the other. Some of the topics to be examined and discussed include: 1) the nature of law in societies characterized by differing levels of socio-political-economic complexity; 2) the impacts of Western influences on non-Western law; 3) legal pluralism/semi-autonomous socio-cultural-legal fields; 4) the proposition that a universal human nature influences legal developments (especially human rights law) cross-culturally.

 

Order of Readings/Discussions

Jan. 11 – “Concepts of Law; Approaches to Study of Law and Society” by PJ Magnarella

“Legal Anthropology:  A Backward Glimpse,” by PJ Magnarella.

The above two readings are available on TWEN.

“Legal Anthropology Comes Home: A Brief History of the Ethnographic Study of Law,” by John M. Conley and William M. O’Barr. Available at http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/llr/vol27/iss1/4

 

Jan. 18 – Historic foundations and the processual approach

“Two Works of Karl Llewellyn”  (with Adamson Hoebel)

Modern Law Review v. 31 (1968).

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2230.1968.tb01181.x/pdf

 

*Simon Roberts, “The Study of Dispute; Anthropological Perspectives”, pp. 3-24,  available at:

https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=6APC7mLOvqMC&oi=fnd&pg=PR7&dq=related:vLew8wgWvtcJ:scholar.google.com/&ots=wM8L0Lnb-q&sig=WUa0RLutiKHWneWDTkA8GfPB-tg#v=onepage&q&f=false

 

Law and Entrepreneurship

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 1790 | Professor name: Sokol

Course materials:

Assignments:

  1. Daniel Sokol & D. Gordon, Law and Entrepreneurship Summary, available on TWEN.

Financing New Ventures William R. Kerr; Ramana Nanda English PDF | 81109

Questions you need to answer (in one page) due the first day of class, before class – worth  5 percent of your grade

 

  1. What role does law play in entrepreneurship?
  2. Which sources of financing are most appropriate for a new venture?
  3. How do you pitch your venture to potential funders?
  4. How is valuation determined?
  5. Provide two examples of exit strategies for the entrepreneur.

 

Law Practice Management

Course number: 6752 | Section number: 132H | Professor name: Thompson/Glover

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Legal Research

Course number: 5803 | Section number: 0274 | Professor name: Purcell

Course materials:

All materials are available through UF’s eLearning platform, Canvas. You should be able to log in to Canvas using your GatorLink information at: http://elearning.ufl.edu/.

 

Assignments:

1st Class Assignments:

Revisit our Canvas course and read the Spring Syllabus posted.

 

Liability Insurance Law

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 133D | Professor name: Richmond

Course materials:

Understanding Insurance Law

Assignments:

Read the following pages in the course text, Understanding Insurance Law:  7–14; 177–96, 199–208; 440–55; and 482–527.

 

Syllabus and class material posted on TWEN and some material may be passed out in class.

 

Media Law

Course number: 6841 | Section number: 18HF | Professor name: Lidsky

Course materials:

MARC A. FRANKLIN, DAVID A. ANDERSON, LYRISSA C. BARNETT LIDSKY & AMY GAJDA, CASES AND MATERIALS ON MEDIA LAW (9TH ED. 2015).

 

Assignments:

Read pages 2-27 in the casebook.

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Mediation

Course number: 6383 | Section number: 0309 | Professor name: Davis, R.

Course materials:

Getting to Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (entire book); Mediation Theory and Practice (Third Edition) by Alfini, Press, and Stulberg  pp. 1 – 26; Chapter 44 Fl. Statutes

Register for class on TWEN and read Syllabus posted on TWEN.

 

Assignments:

Thursday January 12 First Day Class Meeting 3 p.m.

Read: Getting to Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (entire book); Mediation Theory and Practice (Third Edition) by Alfini, Press, and Stulberg  pp. 1 – 26; Chapter 44 Fl. Statutes

Register for class on TWEN and read Syllabus posted on TWEN.

 

Mediation Clinic

Course number: 6940 | Section number: 2247 | Professor name: Davis, R.

Course materials:

Getting to Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (entire book); Read Agenda/Syllabus and pp. 1 – 6 (White Pages) in County Mediator’s Manual (Available in Law School Book Store)

Register for class on TWEN and read AGENDA/SYLLABUS posted on TWEN.

 

Assignments:

Friday January 13 First Day Class Meeting – Room 101 Virgil Hawkins Clinic   8:15 a.m. – noon.  You must be present (on time) the first day of class or you will be dropped from the class. 

Read: Getting to Yes: Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In by Fisher, Ury, and Patton (entire book); Read Agenda/Syllabus and pp. 1 – 6 (White Pages) in County Mediator’s Manual (Available in Law School Book Store)

Register for class on TWEN and read AGENDA/SYLLABUS posted on TWEN.

 

Medical Technology & Law

Course number: 6724 | Section number: 18DA | Professor name: Noah

Course materials:

Noah, Law, Medicine & Medical Technology (Foundation Press 4th ed. 2017) Assignments [access the syllabus for this course on our TWEN site in early Jan.]:

Assignments:

• Jan. 11 (Wed): pp.v-viii, 3-22

• Jan. 12 (Thu): pp.22-39

 

Mergers and Acquisitions

Course number: 6067 | Section number: 04A8 | Professor name: Harmon

Course materials:

Syllabus is posted on TWEN.

Assignments:

Syllabus is posted on TWEN.

Partnership Tax

Course number: 7617 | Section number: 19GE | Professor name: Luke

Course materials:

Required or recommended Texts:

  1. Selected Federal Taxation Statutes and Regulations 2017 Edition
  2. Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations 5th Edition
  3. Study Problems to Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships & S Corporations 5th Edition
  4. Logic of Subchapter K: A Conceptual Guide to Taxation of Partnerships 4th Edition

Assignments:

For the first class meeting, read pages 1-40 of the casebook and complete the section 2.A problems on pages 1-2 of the problem book.”

 

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.

Partnership Taxation

Course number: 7617 | Section number: 183C | Professor name: Burke

Course materials:

The casebook (required) for this course is Yin & Burke, Partnership Taxation (3d ed. 2016). You should also have a current copy of the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations (complete or selected editions). Recommended reading: Burke, Federal Income Taxation of Partners and Partnerships (5th ed. 2016); Cunningham & Cunningham, The Logic of Subchapter K: A Conceptual Guide to the Taxation of Partnerships (5th ed. 2016); Wootton, Partnership Taxation (West 2016).

Assignments:

The reading assignment for the first week of classes is Yin & Burke, pp. 1-27.

Additional reading assignments will be posted on the course website (TWEN).

 

Poverty Law

Course number: 6812 | Section number: 5667 | Professor name: Flocks

Course materials:

Brodie, Pastore, Rosser, and Selbin:  Poverty Law, Policy, and Practice (2014). Available at the law school bookstore. Other assigned articles are available through the course TWEN site, as indicated

Assignments:

Register on TWEN

 

Week 1: Introduction to Poverty

1/9:      What is Poverty? (1A) 1-22.

1/10:    Poverty in the United States. (1B) 25-42.

1/11:    Economic Mobility (1C) and Living with Poverty and Law (1D) 45-57.

 

 

Professional Responsibility

Course number: 6750 | Section number: 03D1 | Professor name: Stinneford

Course materials:

Required Texts.  The following two books are required for the course and must be purchased: Lerman and Schrag, Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law, (Third Edition, Wolters Kluwer, 2012) (hereafter “cb”); and Lerman, Schrag, and Gupta, Ethical Problem in the Practice of Law:  Model Rules, State Variations and Practice Questions, (Wolters Kluwer, 2017-18 Edition) (hereafter “supp.”).

 

Assignments:

Week 1 Reading Assignments

  1.            -CB pp. xxxiii-xxxvii & 1-41
  2.            -Supp. pp. 4-8 (Model Rules:  Preamble & Scope), p. 123 (Model Rule 8.1 and     commentary). -CB pp. 42-63
  3.            -Supp. pp. 8-11 (Model Rule 1.0 and commentary); pp. 13-16 (Model Rule 1.2 and commentary); pp. 90-91 (Model Rule 4.1 and commentary).-CB pp. 65-79

 

Professional Responsibility

Course number: 6750 | Section number: 03C6 | Professor name: King

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus on TWEN

Assignments:

By the first day of class, I will have set up a TWEN site for this course. I will post a syllabus and will post other documents relating to the course. You should register on the TWEN site prior to the first class if possible. I use the TWEN email system to communicate about schedule, assignment, and other issues.  To sign on, go to www.lawschool.westlaw.com and click on the TWEN icon.  Register as a participant in King’s Professional Responsibility course.  If you need assistance with Westlaw, contact your designated student representative. If you have problems or questions about the TWEN materials, contact me. You are responsible for checking the TWEN site for this course on a regular basis.​

 

 

Introduction and Chapter 1: Regulation of Lawyers
1 Introduction to the course

Institutions that regulate lawyers

State ethics codes

Admission to practice

The bar examination

1-1 The New Country

The character and fitness inquiry

1-2  Weed

Text: pp. xxxiii –xxxvii and

1-59

Model Rules (on-line): Preamble and note on Scope; Model Rule 8.1

 

Property

Course number: 5400 | Section number: 079H & 089F | Professor name: Wolf

Course materials:

Powell on Real Property: Michael Allan Wolf Desk Edition (Matthew Bender/LexisNexis, 2009) (This book is available in the UF law bookstore at a reduced price, so there is no need to order the book from the publisher or another source and pay the retail price of over $200. You may also choose to use the LexisNexis version of this book, which is available as part of your law school package.)

Assignments, Discussion Questions, and Cases for Property (pdf available free on LexisNexis Web Course for both sections) 

 

 

Assignments:

 For our first class on Monday, January 9, please read, brief, and be prepared to discuss Hamm v. Hazelton, 787 S.E.2d 144 (Va. 2016). An unedited version of the case is also available here: http://www.courts.state.va.us/opinions/opnscvwp/1151158.pdf. As you read, please look up in a legal dictionary (you can use the dictionaries available for free on Lexis and Westlaw) all terms with which you are unfamiliar and be prepared to share those definitions in class. Please make sure that you enroll in the LexisNexis Web Course as soon as possible so that you can have access to Assignments, Discussion Questions, and Cases for Property and to other materials that I will be making available during the semester.​

 

Property

Course number: 5400 | Section number: 17G9 | Professor name: Flournoy

Course materials:

Dukeminier, Krier, Alexander & Schill’s Property (8th ed. 2014) published by Aspen Publishers.

There is a TWEN webpage for this course.

Assignments:

Assignment for Monday, Jan. 9

Be sure you have the casebook for the course [Dukeminier, Krier, Alexander & Schill’s Property (8th ed. 2014) published by Aspen Publishers].  There is a TWEN webpage for this course.  Go to http://www.westlaw.com and click on TWEN.  Then click on “Add a course” and find this course on the list.  All students in the course are required to register on the website.  I will email the class throughout the semester using the email list of students registered on the website

The syllabus and the first week’s assignment sheet are available on the TWEN site.  Read the syllabus and come to class with any questions you have about its content.  Also read pp. 1-17 (through note 6) in the casebook.  Below are some questions to help guide your reading.  You should not focus solely on answering these questions.  You should read to understand the material thoroughly.  These simply provide you some guidance on some questions we’re likely to spend time on in class, so that you can be particularly prepared to discuss them.

1. Be prepared to briefly describe the facts of Johnson v. M’Intosh. What is the plaintiff’s cause of action? On what do plaintiff and defendant base their claims?

2. What is the sequence of the plaintiff and defendant’s acquisition of an alleged interest in the land? Does the timing of the claims dictate the outcome?

3.  In the first two paragraphs of the opinion, on page 4 of your book, the Court describes certain facts. Why don’t these resolve the issue in the case? What rights does the Court recognize in the Native Americans? Why? We’ll spend some time discussing the Court’s rationale, the various sources it cites, and why it considers these relevant.

4. What is the underlying principle on which US title to land is based? We’ll talk about whether the concepts the Court relies on are a good grounding for property rights.

5. What is the right of occupancy? What are native tribes in whom this right is recognized permitted to do? What rights accompany discovery? What can European claimants do that Native Americans can’t? On page 8, the Court introduces the term “absolute title”. How does the Court reconcile this with the concept of the Native American right of occupancy?

6. We’ll talk briefly about John Locke’s theory of property.   Be prepared to summarize what you understand from the paragraph describing it. Think critically about the Lockean narrative. What values does it advance? What are its limitations?

Public Health Law

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 18D4 | Professor name: Noah

Course materials:

Bonnie & Bernheim, Public Health Law, Ethics & Policy (Foundation Press 2015) Assignments [access the syllabus and “Supp.” for this course on our TWEN site in early Jan.]:

 

Assignments:

• Jan. 9 (Mon): pp.1-5, Supp. 1-5

• Jan. 10 (Tue): pp.894-96, 14-23, 27-29

 

Public Policy Practicum

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 131B | Professor name: Mills/Mclendon

Course materials:

Sign up for TWEN site for the course.  The syllabus is posted on the TWEN site.

 

Assignments:

For the 1st class, please read the following:

 

Introduction – Nature & Role of Legislatures.

 

U.S. Const. art. I

Fla. Const. art. III

 

State ex rel. Cunningham v. Davis, 123 Fla. 41, 166 So. 289, reh’g denied, 122 Fla. 700, 166 So. 574 (1936). Organisation.

 

McPherson v. Flynn, 397 So. 2d 665 (Fla. 1981). Membership.

Moffit v. Willis, 459 So. 2d 1018 (Fla. 1984). Quorum & Procedure.

 

League of Women Voters v. Florida House, 2013 WL 6580903 (Fla. Dec. 13, 2013).  Legislative Privileges.

Florida House v. Expedia, Inc., 85 So. 3d 517 (Fla. 1st DCA 2012). Legislative Privileges.

 

Suggested:

Girardeau v. State, 403 So. 2d 513 (Fla. 1st DCA 1981).  Legislative Privileges.

 

United States v. Johnson, 383 U.S. 169 (1966).  Legislative Privileges.

United States v. Brewster, 408 U.S. 501 (1972).  Legislative Privileges.

 

 

Public Speaking for Lawyers

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 03FC | Professor name: Wihnyk

Course materials:

Please see the TWEN page

Assignments:

Students in this class must sign up for Prof. Wihnyk’s TWEN version of this course, “Public Speaking for Lawyers Spring 2017”

The course syllabus is available on the course TWEN page.

Bring a signed copy of the Consent Form (located on the course TWEN page)

 

Sales

Course number: 6010 | Section number: 12CH | Professor name: Davis, J.

Course materials:

Keating, Sales: A Systems Approach, 6th edition (2016)

 

Any version of Uniform Commercial code & Convention on International Sales of Goods (usually included in any source at the UCC)

 

Assignments:

Reading assignment: PP. 1-23, problems 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6

 

Securities Regulation

Course number: 6560 | Section number: 1797 | Professor name: Rhee

Course materials:

James Cox, Robert Hillman & Donald Langevoort, Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials (Aspen 7th ed. 2013)

Assignments:

Textbook James Cox, Robert Hillman & Donald Langevoort, Securities Regulation: Cases and Materials (Aspen 7th ed. 2013), read pages 1-36, and Securities Act of 1933 § 2(a)(1)

 

Torts

Course number: 5700 | Section number: 0124 | Professor name: Nance

Course materials:

Goldberg, Sebok, & Zipursky, Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress (Fourth Edition 2016)

 

Assignments:

For the first day of class, please be prepared to discuss pp. 3–18 & pp. 31–37 in the casebook. In addition, you may want to read pp. 19–31 & pp. 37–42 of the casebook for helpful background material.  Finally, please register for this course on TWEN, where you will find the syllabus posted.

 

Trade Secret Law

Course number: 6930 | Section number: 18EA | Professor name: Rowe

Course materials:

The required text for this course is Rowe and Sandeen, Cases and Materials on Trade Secret Law 2nd Edition (2016).  All students are required to register on the course TWEN® site.  The syllabus is available on TWEN.  

 

Assignments:

Please read pages 1-15 for the first day of class.  You should also download and review the course syllabus.

 

Trademark Law

Course number: 6576 | Section number: 18E8 | Professor name: Rowe

Course materials:

You must register on the course TWEN® page and can access the syllabus on that site. The required text for this course is Dinwoodie and Janis, Trademarks and Unfair Competition 4th Edition (2014).  

 

Assignments:

Please read the Trademark section of “A Trademark is Not a Copyright” on TWEN and pages 39-41 of the casebook for the first day of class.   You should also download and review the course syllabus.

 

Transfer Pricing

Course number: 7683 | Section number: 184B | Professor name: Bowen

Course materials:

Please see Syllabus

Assignments:

Please see Syllabus

Course syllabus:

Download pdf.