THE UNIVERSITY OF AKRON
School of Law

Spring Semester 2016
Course, Casebook, and Assignment Listing Classes begin January 19, 2016

9200:602-001, 002 Genetin Civil Procedure II
Casebook(s):


Req: Same as Fall 2015
Req: Bridges and Schiess, Writing for Litigation, 2011, Wolters Kluwer #9781454802730

Assignment:

For Wednesday, January 20th - read pages 431-441, regarding pleadings and drafting of complaints. Pay particular attention to FRCP 8(a)(2) and how the Supreme Court construes the language of FRCP 8(a)(2) in the case Swierkiewicz v. Sorema (pages 436-441) to require very little factual detail for a complaint to be sufficient

For Friday, January 22nd - read (1) pages 441-478, from the Spencer text; and (2) pages 29-41 and 160-163, from the book entitled Writing for Litigation, by Kamela Bridges and Wayne Schiess. In this assignment from the Spencer text, the Supreme Court's interpretation of 8(a)(2) changes in two cases - Twombly and 1qbal--which are sometimes referred to jointly and facetiously as "Twlqbal". In these cases, the Court ratchets up the factual detail that must be in a complaint for the complaint to be sufficient, by changing its interpretation of FRCP 8(a)(2). See if you can identify the changes made to the interpretation of FRCP 8(a)(2) in Twombly and again in Iqbal. Also, look for the reasons why the Court changed its interpretation of FRCP 8(a)(2) to require more factual information in the complaint. The reading from Writing for Litigation discusses how to draft a complaint.


9200:602-801 Spring Civil Procedure II
Casebook(s):

Req: Same as Fall 2015
Req: Bridges and Schiess, Writing for Litigation, 2011, Wolters Kluwer #9781454802730

Assignment:

Please read pp. 431-55 in the Revised Fourth edition. If you have the Fourth edition, not the Revised Fourth edition, read pages 415-439 in the Spencer text.


9200:604-001 Rich Constitutional Law II
Casebook(s):


Req: Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:

See Springboard for first assignment

https://springboard.uakron.edu


9200:604-801 Belsky Constitutional Law II
Casebook(s):

Req: Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law, 4th ed., Aspen #9781454817536
Req: Chemerinsky, Constitutional Law Supplement, 2015, Aspen #9781454859314

Assignment:

Class 1/20/16:
I. Introduction
A. Justiciability
Review/Read: TEXT at 40-113; Supp. at 1-29 (Advisory Opinions; Standing; Ripeness; Mootness; Politicial Question Doctrine)

B. Incorporation

Review/Read: TEXT at 517-518; 536 to 548 (Incorporation)

C. State Action Doctrine

Review/Read: TEXT at 548-600

Review/Read: TEXT at 626-27 (Carolene Products)

II. Equal Protection - Classifications

A. Introduction

TEXT at 711-717

B. Rational Basis Test - Ordinary Scrunity

TEXT at 717 to 740


9200:607-001 Cole Criminal Law
Casebook(s):

Req: Dressler and Garvey, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law, 7th ed., West
#97816634601658
Rec: Dressler, Understanding Criminal Law, 6th ed., West, #9780769848938

Assignment:

Professor Cole will email the first assignment to enrolled students.


9200:607-002 Rich Criminal Law
Casebook(s):

Req: Dubber, American Criminal Law: Cases, etc., 2nd ed., West Law #9781599415697
Req: Clicker (Top Hat)*

Assignment:

See Springboard for first assignment:

http://springboard.uakron.edu

**NOTE:

*Professor Rich will give the students (on Springboard) the information they need to obtain the Top Hat Licenses (online).


9200:611-801 Dessin Contracts
Casebook(s):


Req: Ayers, Studies in Contract Law, 8th ed., Foundation Press #9781609301170

Assignment:

Please read pages 1-58 for the first week of class.


9200:612-001 Cravens Professional Responsibility
Casebook(s):

Req: Martyn and Fox, Traversing the Ethical Minefield, 3rd ed., Wolters Kluwer
#9781454808145
Req: Martyn, Fox, Wendel, The Law Governing Lawyers Rules Supplement, 2015, Wolters
Kluwer #9781454859116

Assignment:


Please read and prepare to discuss the material in Chapter One (pages 3-21) of the casebook: Traversing the Ethical Minefield (3rd ed.).This includes the problems at the beginning of the chapter - consider them before you come to class and have some answers prepared for discussion. Also read and prepare to discuss the material in the Preamble to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct found in your Rules supplement (The Law Governing Lawyers - the 2015-16 Edition - please be sure that you have the current edition of the Rules Supplement.


9200:612-002 Sahl,John Professional Responsibility
Casebook(s):

Req: Morgan, Rotunda, Dzienkowski, Professional Responsibility Problems and Materials,
12th ed., Foundation Press, #9781609303259
Req: Morgan, Rotunda, Dzienkowski, 2015 Selected Standards on Professional Responsibility,
Foundation Press, #9781634592086

Assignment:

Please read the items below in Chapters 1 and 2 of the text and pages 1-10 in the 2015 Selected Standards on Professional Responsibility. We will discuss problems 1, 2 & 3.

The Legal Profession: Background, Fundamental Issues & Regulation

Unit 1: The sociology of professions, The state of American legal profession today, Development of the legal profession; Development of professional conduct standards; Prob. 1: Admission to the Bar - Character & fitness for admission to the bar; Candor in the bar application process; Educational & knowledge standards for bar admission; Other attempts at state & federal limits on bar admission. (**OMIT Pages 18-26)

Unit 2: Prob. 2: Lawyer Discipline & The Disabled Lawyer - Conduct that may subject lawyer to professional discipline; Aggravating & mitigating factors in discipline cases, problems & alcohol & drug abuse; Interstate discipline; jurisdictions that may sanction & the law they apply; Duty to report another lawyer's misconduct, the discipline process;

Unit 3: Prob. 3: Regulating Lawyers Outside of the Formal Disciplinary Process - Standard of care & conduct in a malpractice action; Proving a malpractice case; Malpractice remedies; Advance waivers of a lawyer's malpractice.


9200:619-001 Little LARW I
Casebook(s):

TBA

Assignment:

TBA


9200:619-801 Oldfield LARW I
Casebook(s):

Req: TBA

Assignment:

TBA


9200:620-001 Shaver LARW II
Casebook(s):

Req: Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:


TBA


9200:620-002 Cohen LARW II
Casebook(s):

Req: The ALWD Citation Manual, 5th ed., #9781454828754
Req: LARW II Workbook (available on Springboard)

Assignment:

First Class Assignment

1. Read Workbook pp. 3-9 (Course Overview, Syllabus, & Due Dates).
2. Review Example #1 - Different Perspectives, Workbook p. 16.


9200:620-003 Strong LARW II
Casebook(s):

Req: Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:

Read pp. 245-251 in the Neumann text. Shortly before classes resume, locate on Springboard the Record for our spring advocacy problem, and become familiar with the material and issues presented before our first class. Our first class will focus on initiating your research.


9200:620-004 Morath LARW II
Casebook(s):

Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:

Read materials for Appellate Problem posted on Springboard after January 8th.
Find a law review article on Westlaw or Lexis Nexis that assess the legal issue. Bring that article with you to class.


9200:620-005 McBurney LARW II
Casebook(s):

Req: Same as Fall 2015
Req: Scalia, Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges, Thomson West
#9780314184719

Assignment:

First Day Assignment:
I. Read Syllabus & Course Policies (available on Springboard)
II. My Favorite: Instructions are posted on the Lexis Web Course under Course Materials
A. Post by the end of the day Monday, January 18, 2016
B. Read your classmates' posts before our first class on Wednesday, January 20, 2016
III. Read articles posted onthe Lexis Web Course under First-Day Assignment


9200:620-801 Kelly LARW II
Casebook(s):

Req: Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:

For the First Class, review the syllabus, which will be posted to the Springboard site or emailed to you by November 1, 2015.


9200:620-802 Staley LARW II
Casebook(s):


Req: Same as Fall 2015

Assignment:


1. Read Workbook pp. 3-9 (Course Overview, Syllabus, & Due Dates).
2. Review Example #1 - Different Perspectives, Workbook p. 16.


9200:620-803 Ursic LARW II
Casebook(s):


Req: Same as Fall 2015
Req: Wydick, Plain English for Lawyers, 5th ed., Carolina Academic Press #9781594601514

Assignment:

Please read:
Shapo, Writing and Analysis of the Law, p. 397-402
Read materials for Appellate Problem posted on Springboard
Read Wydick, Plain English for Lawyers, Chpater 1 and 2 (p. 1-22)


9200:621-001 Newman Acct & Fin Lawyer's Perspective
Casebook(s):

Req: Cunningham, Introductory Accounting, Finance and Auditing for Lawyers, 6th ed., West,
#9780314280459

Assignment:

Please read pages 1-24.


9200:623-801 Jordan Administrative Law
Casebook(s):

Req: Koch, Jordan, Murphy, Administrative Law: Cases and Materials, 7th ed., LexisNexis
#9781632833778

Assignment:

Each evening class consists of two classes as set out in the syllabus. For the first class, prepare as follows:
After reading the material for today, please answer Quiz #1 on TWEN. Your answers will not be graded.

Class #1 - Introduction - pages 1-30
This material raises a number of philosophical questions:
- To what extent and when is the community responsible for protecting or assuring the well-being of its members?
- What sorts of situations justify government intervention in private activity?
- What is the role of government if it does intervene?

Consider the Affordable Care Act, discussed at pages 7-9. If your last name begins with A - J please prepare to challenge the scheme adopted by the Act using the reasons mentioned in the text and any others you consider appropriate. If your last name begins with K-Z, please prepare to justify the scheme. (I may revise the alphabetical assignments depending upon the makeup of the class).

Then consider Lesson 1B1. Now switch philosophical sides. Those with last names beginning
A-J will justify the new regulatory scheme, while those with the last names beginning K-Z will challenge it. In effect, the first group will join Ben, the apparently idealistic new agency employee, while the second group will join Abby, who is skeptical of government interference with private ordering.

You need to consider the information in A Brief Introduction to the WTC at pp. 3-4 and also read through the Wine Trade Commission Act in Appendix I, pp. 801-813.

Class #2 - Congressional authorization and the nondelegation doctrine - pages 30-45
We will discuss the issues raised by Lesson 1C.1, p. 32, in the following manner. Those of you to my left will be Abby or her co-counsel. You will challenge the WTCA as a violation of the nondelegation doctrine. In so doing, you should focus on Sections 6 (a)-(c), 7(a)(1), and 8(a) and (c), in addition to Section 5 of the WTCA. Note that §10(c) imposes criminal penalties for violations of WTCA rules, so the statute effectively authorizes to create a sort of criminal code governing the wine industry. You should argue for a strong nondelegation doctrine under which courts demand real guidance from Congress. What is the basis for such argument? Why would it be a better policy choice?

Those of you to my right are Ben and his colleagues. Ben will defend WTCA. Ben would argue for a "weak" nondelegation doctrine (which we currently have). What is the basis for such an argument? Why would it be a better policy choice?

Agencies as adjudicators - violating Article III? - pages 45-60
We will examine these issues through Lesson 1C.2, p. 46, beginning with thorough briefing and discussion of CFTC v. Schor. What principles do we get from Schor and the notes that follow? We will then apply that learning to the lesson.


9200:624-001 Curtis Legal Reasoning
Casebook(s):

Req: Darrow, Mastering The Law School Exam, 2007 ed., West Law #9780314162816
Req: Schwartz, Contracts: A Context and Practice Book, Carolina Academic Press
#9781594606403

Assignment:

Enrolled Students will receive an email regarding the first assignment.


9200:624-002 Palmer Legal Reasoning
Casebook(s):

Req: Darrow, Mastering The Law School Exam, 2007 ed., West Law #9780314162816
Req: Schwartz, Contracts: A Context and Practice Book, Carolina Academic Press
#9781594606403

Assignment:

Enrolled students will receive an email regarding the first assignment.


9200:624-801 Banks Legal Reasoning
Casebook(s):

Req: Darrow, Mastering The Law School Exam, 2007 ed., West Law #9780314162816
Req: Schwartz, Contracts: A Context and Practice Book, Carolina Academic Press
#97814594606403

Assignment:

Enrolled students will receive an email regarding the first assignment.


9200:629-001, 801 Gibson Secured Transactions
Casebook(s):

Req: Warren and Walt, Commercial Law, 9th ed., West Law #9781609303396
Req: Warren and Walt, Commercial Law Selected Statutes, 2015-16, West Law
#9781634593885

Assignment:

Read pages 1-22. Do not do the problems. Read the following Article 9 sections in the Code book: 9-201, 9-203, 9-308, 9-310, 9-108. Also read the Attachment Module on Springboard.


9200:631-001 Baumgartner Interstate Prac: Conf of Laws
Casebook(s):

Req: Symeonides, Perdue & von Mehren, Conflict of Laws: American, Comparative, International, 2nd ed., Thomson West #9780314264732

Assignment:

Please read and be prepared to discuss pp. 1-25 in casebook.


9200:633-001, 801 Padfield Corporations
Casebook(s):

Req: ChartaCourse - http://www.chartacourse.com

Assignment:

Day Section (001)
Essential: Characteristics & Team Players; Dodge v. Ford Motor Co.

Evening Section (801)
Essential: Characteristics & Team Players; Dodge v. Ford Motor Co., Shlensky v. Wrigley; Essential: Corporate Formation & Separateness; Southern-Golf Marine Co. No. 9, Inc. v. Camcraft, Inc; Walkovszky v. Carlton; DeWitt Truck Brokers, Inc. v. W. Ray Flemming Fruit Co.

**NOTE:

Students taking Prof. Padfield's Corporation class for Spring 2016 have been granted a free trial to ChartaCourse, and can access the course material by sending an email to: chartacourse@chartacourse.com with "Professor Padfield's Corporation Class (Akron)" in the subject line.

The specific Chart we are using is "Business Organizations". You will find a brief guide for using ChartaCourse at the "Introducting ChartaCourse" node.

Please see Springboard for directions on how to find the assignments for the class.


9200:634-801 Noffsinger Law & Psychiatry
Casebook(s):

No assigned book.
Professor will post readings and Powerpoints on Springboard.

Assignment:

The syllabus is now posted, and the readings will be posted this afternoon.

**NOTE:

PowerPoints will be posted close in time to the lecture date.


9200:640-001 Dessin Individual Taxation
Casebook(s):


Req: Burke and Friel, Income Taxation, 11th ed., LexisNexis #9781632824424
Req: Statutory Supplement**

Assignment:

Please read Chapters 1 & 2 (including the Code Sections and Regulations assigned at the beginning of each chapter) for the first week.

**NOTE:


**You do not need to purchase a statutory supplement. A free document containing the Code sections and regulations that you need will be provided via Springboard. I'm not sure when it will be up. In the meantime, if you want to get a head start, you should access the assigned Code and regulations on Lexis or Westlaw.


9200:645-001 Lee Property
Casebook(s):


Req: Dukeminier,et al, Property, 8th ed., Wolters Kluwer #9781454851363
Req: Examples & Explanations: Property, 5th ed., Wolters Kluwer #9781454850069

Assignment:

First Week Assignment:
Dukeminier, pp. 3-40 and 56-83.

**NOTE:

Students can also purchase the Casebook Connect version, which is a book rental combined with lifetime e-book @ http://www.barristerbooks.com/dukeminier-8e-property-connected-casebook.9781454837602.htm#.VnlxJaMo7ct


9200:645-002 Barnes Property
Casebook(s):


Req: Dukeminier & Krier, Property, 8th ed., Aspen Publishing #97814548513613

Assignment:

Class One - Introduction, Discovery and Capture

Read pages 1-26, pp. 33 (Problems 1 and 2) - 34, 36 (Note 1) - 38 (up to Note 2).


9200:647-801 Bailey Juvenile Law
Casebook(s):

Req: No textbook required

Assignment:

TBA


9200:650-801 Fernandez Labor Law & Coll Bargaining
Casebook(s):

Req: Cox, et al, Labor Law Cases and Materials, 15th ed., Foundation Press #9781599419503
Req: Cox, et al, Labor Law Cases and Materials Supplement, 2015, Foundation Press
#9781634594745

Assignment:

In text book, please read pages 42-76.
In Supplement: starting at page 25, read the following Sections of the National Labor Relations Act-Sections 1, 2, 3(a), (b) and (d) and 7 and Section 8(a), (b) and (c).


9200:662-001 Hightower Sem: Law Firm Management
Casebook(s):


Req: Munneke, Introductioin to Law Practice: Organizing and Managing Legal Work, 4th ed.,
West Publishing, #9780314276452
Req: The Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct - can be accessed online

Assignment:


Please read Chapter 1 (pp. 1-15) "The Business of Law"


9200:667-001 Maguire Drafting for Estates
Casebook(s):

Req: Online textbook**

Assignment:

No first assignment

**NOTE:

**Online text will be needed for class - Professor will give students information.


9200:668-801 Cravens Remedies
Casebook(s):

Req: Sherwin, et al, Ames, Chafee, and Re on Remedies: Cases and Materials, Foundation
Press #9781599418636

Assignment:


Please read and prepare to discuss the material on pages 2-19 and 28-53 of the casebook.


9200:672-001 Vyas Sem: Business Planning
Casebook(s):

Req: Ehrlich and Michael, Business Planning, 2009, LexisNexis #9781422411964

Assignment:

Professor Vyas will email 1st assignments to students.


9200:673-001, 801 Reeves Advanced Legal Applications
Casebook(s):

Req: Gallagher, Scoring High on Bar Exam Essays, 3rd ed., #9780970608819
Req: Gallagher & Company, Perform Your Best on the Bar Exam Performance Test (MPT)
#9780970608833

Assignment:

Professor Reeves will send an email to enrolled students regarding the first assignment.


9200:676-002, 801 Lavoie Legislation and Regulation
Casebook(s):

Req: Levin, Statutory Interpretation: A Practical Lawyering Course, American Casebook Series,
2014 ed., West Academic #9780314286635

Assignment:

Sign up TWEN course. Review syllabus posted on TWEN site. View online "Introduction Lecture" via link posted on TWEN site.
Read textbook pp. 1-13.


9200:680-001 Nicely Family Law Practicum
Casebook(s):

Req: Online materials only

Assignment:

Please download:
1. The Ohio Supreme Court Family Law Forms
2. Court Rules and Materials from the county where you presently live or used to live
3. Three family law sites you find interesting

**NOTE:

Professor will let the students know which online materials they will need for class.

There will be no book for this class. We will be using internet resources, have classroom interaction, complete special assignments and meet active members of the bench and bar.


9200:684-001 Belsky Sem: Post Conviction Relief
Casebook(s):

Req: None

Assignment:

Monday 1/20/16 - Course Overview

Wednesday 1/22/16 - Guest speaker

Friday 1/24/16 - Guest speaker


9200:684-002 Thomas, Tim Sem: Domestic Relations Clinic
Casebook(s):


Req: No text required.

Assignment:


No first assignment


9200:684-003 Gaughan Sem: Valuation of Firms & IP
Casebook(s):

Req: Razgaitis, Valuation & Dealmaking of Technology-Based Intellectual Property
2009 ed., JWiley & Sons, #9780470193334

Assignment:


TBA


9200:684-004 Barnes Sem: International Human Rights
Casebook(s):

Req: Hannum, International Human Rights: Problems of Law, Policy, and Practice, 5th ed.,
#9780735598140

Assignment:

Sign up for TWEN International Human Rights course.
Please read: Frederic Megret, "International Human Rights Law Theory" (posted on TWEN under course materials).
Please read: Hannum, et al, International Human Rights of Law, Policy, and Practice, Chapter 1, pp. 2-3, pp. 32-36 (up to Section C)>


9200:684-005 Baumgartner Sem: International Trade
Casebook(s):

Req: Chow & Schoenbaum, International Trade Law, 1st ed., Aspen #9780735562189

Assignment:

Please read and be prepared to discuss pp. 4-29 in casebook.


9200:684-801 Caldwell Sem: Oil and Gas Law
Casebook(s):

Req: Lowe, et al, Cases and Materials on Oil and Gas Law, 6th ed., West #9780314285164

Assignment:

Class 1 - Industry Overview/Intro to Ownership Theories
Overview of Syllabus.
Text Pages 1-8 (Background and origin of oil and gas);
Text Pages 32-44 (Intro to oil and gas drilling);
Text Pages 53-61 (stop after Note 4); 67, Note 6 (Ownership and Capture);
Text Pages 97-104 (Correlative rights)


9200:684-803 Dowling Sem: Mediation Skills
Casebook(s):

Req: Frenkel and Stark, The Practice of Mediation, Wolters Kluwer #9781454802198

Assignment:

Please read Chapter 1 in the textbook.


9200:686-001 Newman Wills, Trusts & Estates
Casebook(s):

Req: Dukeminier, Wills, Trusts and Estates, 9th ed., Wolters Kluwer #9781454824572

Assignment:

Read pages 919-922 (to Estate of Holz)
Read pages 925 (Notes) - 927 (to the Annual Exclusion)


9200:688-001 Strong Legal Drafting (Litigation Drafting)
Casebook(s):

Req: Bridges and Schiess, Writing for Litigation, 2011, #9781454802730

Assignment:

Shortly before classes resume, locate on Springboard and read the hypothetical that we will utilize throughout the semester. Read pp. 1-9 and 29-50 in Writing for Litigation.


9200:688-002 Morath Legal Drafting (Judicial Drafting)
Casebook(s):

Req: Dunnewold, et al, Judicial Clerkships: A Practical Guide, Carolina Academic Press, 2010,
#9781594606410

Assignment:

Read the factual record and materials (on Springboard after January 8th)
Read John B. Nesbitt, The Role of Trial Court Opinions in the Judicial Process, 75 N. Y. St. B.J. 39 (September 2003) (posted on Springboard after January 8th)
Read James Boyd White, What's An Opinion For?, 62 U.Chi. L. Rev. 1363 (1995) (posted on Springboard after January 8th)

Consider the following questions:
What are some benefits of written opinions?
Why would it be difficult to practice law without written judicial opinions?
What should "good" judicial opinions include?
Why is it important tohave these good components?
When might a judicial opinion be necessary and when might it not?
What is a judge looking for from an advocate?


9200:688-003 McBurney Legal Drafting
Casebook(s):

Req: Slocum, Legal Reasoning, Writing and Other Lawyering Skills, 3rd ed., #9781422481561
Req: Siviglia, Writing Contracts: A Distinct Discipline, #9780890899335

Assignment:

Read Syllabus and Course Policies (available on Lexis Web Course)
Read Connelly/Matheson Case File (available on Lexis Web Course)
Read Slocum: Chapter 1, pp. 1-13; Chapters 4-5, pp. 65-97


9200:688-801 Shaver Legal Drafting
Casebook(s):


Req: Schiess, Writing for Litigation, #9781454802730

Assignment:

TBA


9200:688-802 Cohen Legal Drafting
Casebook(s):

Req: Legal Drafting Workbook (available on Springboard)

Assignment:

First Class Assignment:
1. Read Workbook pp. 2-7 (Course Overview, Syllabus, & Due Dates)
2. Review Edited Contract (Workbook pp. 34-37)


9200:690-801 Cole Trial Advocacy I
Casebook(s):

Req: Murray, Basic Trial Advocacy #9780974794402
Rec: Spence, Win Your Case, #9780312360672

Assignment:

Professor Cole will email first assignment to enrolled students.


9200:701-001 Health Law I
Casebook(s):


Req: Furrow, Health Law: Cases and Materials and Problems, 7th ed., #9780314265098

Assignment:


TBA


9200:702-801 Glessner Health Law III
Casebook(s):

Req: Furrow, et al, Health Care Organization and Finance, 7th ed., West #9780314279910

Assignment:

TBA


9200:803-001 Vacca Copyright Law
Casebook(s):

Req: Cohen, et al, Copyright Information in a Global Information Economy, 4th ed., Wolters
Kluwer #9781454852018
Req: Cohen, et al, Copyright Information in a Global Information Economy: 2015 Statutory
Supplement, Wolters Kluwer #9781454840565

Assignment:

Please read pp. 3-5 and skim pp. 6-46 in the casebook.


9200:805-801 Wagner Licensing Intellectual Property
Casebook(s):

Req: Nimmer, Licensing of Intellectual Property and Other Information Assets, 2nd ed.,
LexisNexis, #9781422417652

Assignment:

Please read Chapter 1 for class 1/20/16.


9200:806-801 Lipton Intl Intellectual Property Law
Casebook(s):


Req: Chow & Lee, Intl Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials, 2nd ed., West
#9780314207623

Assignment:

Professor Lipton will email the first assignment to enrolled students.


9200:807-801 Rockhill Patent Prosecution
Casebook(s):

Req: TBA

Assignment:


TBA


9200:826-001 Kahrl Patent Claim Construction
Casebook(s):

Req: No required text.

Assignment:

TBA


9200:881-001 Sahl,John Sports Law
Casebook(s):

Req: VerSteeg and Sahl, Sports Law: Cases and Materials, 3rd ed., #9781600422263

Assignment:

The assignment for the 1st week (or 2 classes) of Sports Law is to read Chapter 10 (pp. 361-402).