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707 - The Employment Problem
Professor: James E. Davidson
Semester: 2012 Winter
Second Writing Requirement? No
Professional Responsibility? No
Prerequisites: must be third year law student
This course centers on problem solving and the skills and professional judgment required in litigation work. This course will explore issues that confront lawyers throughout the litigation process. Students will address problems frequently associated with initial business intake, client expectations, and litigation strategy using a hypothetical suit alleging the theft of trade secrets. The simulation will require students to experience practice problems including fee arrangements, litigation costs, ethical issues and client relations. There are no prerequisites for this course.
This course will be taught by James Davidson who is the President of Schottenstein Zox & Dunn and Coordinator of the Employment Litigation Practice Area. His practice focuses on commercial and employment litigation and he has been lead counsel in over 60 jury trials across the country.
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