Transportation Business Law | L4629
The Transportation Business Law course will cover all areas of business law, through the prism of transportation. The course will touch on contracts and contract disputes, the UCC, as well as employment, tort and international litigation from both the plaintiff's and defendant's point of view. The course will be taught entirely by practicing attorneys from around the nation. Each week a different attorney, representing experience in a different area of law, and a different mode of transportation, will travel to DU to lecture and discuss his or her expertise, and the legal principles and changes in that area of law. The course is overseen by Professor Robert Hardaway. This course is a unique partnership between the University of Denver and the Transportation Lawyers Association. The attorneys who visit to instruct will include many past presidents of the association, and Executive Board members. All modes of transportation law will be covered, including aviation, trucking, rail, (overseas) shipping, passenger and cargo.
Credit Hours: 2
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)