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LAW 0524: Consumer Law and Litigation
Summer 2018 • Section 51 • CRN 8718

Course Description

Through lecture, class discussion and case problems, this course will examine federal and state statutes, regulations and judicial decisions governing consumer financial transactions. The primary focus will be on the litigation of disputes in this area. Significant attention will be paid to the emerging problem of theft of credit identity. The course will be permeated with actual consumer problems and contracts, with emphasis throughout upon case strategy and the impact of federal procedure on gaining advantage in litigation. Time will be devoted to trial issues that arise in a consumer case, especially with regard to voir dire and opening statements.


Schedule

Schedule To Be Announced

Course Details

Instructor
  • Neil Sobol
Credit Hours

3 Credits

Seats/Capacity

No Limit

Course Modality

Online

Fulfills J.D. Requirement

None

Registration Info

Registration Notes

This course is offered online only in this semester.

Recommendations

Recommended Courses: Sales and/or Secured Transactions; Evidence.

Book List/Materials

Materials To Be Announced