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August 1978 - May 1981
University of Connecticut School of Law
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For more than ten years, the author has has used a student case presentation method in her undergraduate business law classes that has been very successful in promoting a meaningful understanding of legal principles in an active, engaged learning environment. The students take on the role of the parties in cases, making the people and the issues co...
This paper addresses the benefits of using a realistic role-playing exercise in an undergraduate business law course, particularly on the first day of class. The exercise used by this instructor is the negotiation of the purchase/sale of a particular used car (with details of the car and its Kelly Blue Book valuation furnished to the students). The...
It’s a seemingly simple question: “Do you think that deficiency judgments should be banned?” But think about it -- for students to engage in a meaningful analysis of this question, they must first have the requisite substantive knowledge. This includes an understanding of the foreclosure process and how a deficiency judgment arises, the meaning of...
This article addresses the application of the law of trademark infringement to search engine keyword advertising. Registered trademark holders (such as Rescuecom) have sued search engines (such as Google) claiming that the search engine’s ‘sale’ of their trademarks to trigger advertising by competitors violates the Lanham Act. (The case of Rescueco...
This article analyzes Connecticut’s legislative response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Kelo v. City of New London. Following a brief summary of the Kelo case, the article describes the municipal economic development statutes in effect in 2000 when the New London project was approved and how these statutes were changed in response to the popula...