Ever so often, you get a little validation. In the case of Lee v. Loftin, the Texas Twelfth Court of Appeals released an opinion which cited my article on the inherent risk doctrine (Tackling the Competitive Sports Doctrine, 9 TEX. REV. ENT. & SPORTS L. 85 (2007)). This was my first article and the one I used for my presentation during my job hunt. The citation for the case is Lee v. Loftin, 277 S.W.3d 519 (Tex.App.–Tyler 2009).
Don’t worry, I will spare you from actually having to read it. The case concerned the Texas Equine Activity Act. Since the publication of my original article, the Texas legislature statutorily adopted the inherent risk standard for injuries arising out of equine activities. (In my article, I proposed the adoption of the standard for all sports injuries). This case was the first that I have seen to confront the application of the inherent risk standard in Texas. The court cited my article fairly heavily (five times, but who’s counting? lol) to explain the correct application of the standard. (Link)
I have accepted a full-time, tenure track position at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. I will be in the Department of Economics and Legal Studies in Business at the Spears School of Business. I will be starting in the fall semester of 2009.
Remember that the rest of the semester will consist of our study of Negotiable Instruments. We should be able to get through chapter 27 in the textbook. Our next test is next week on April 20, 2009. The test will cover chapters 23 and 24.
I decided to split lecture 15 into two parts. The first half of the class we will cover Warranties and the second half we will go over Product Liability. The presentations are posted. (Link)
The first five presentations for GBA362 are all now available for review and download. (Link) There were some issues with the presentations page initially; please email if you have any further trouble.
We will cover through presentation 4 in the class set for Monday, January 26.
I have prepared the following study guide for your use in preparing for the final exam. Please contact me if you have any questions or need additional information.
HIST1301: Assuming that we resume classes on Wednesday, September 17, 2008, our revised lecture and exam schedule will look as follows.
10am TTH class (Link)
1pm F class (Link)
GBA281: The hurricane has disrupted our schedule. Assuming that we resume classes on Wednesday, September 17, 2008, the revised lecture and exam schedule will change. (Link)
This post relates to my GBA281 Sections.
Our first exam is currently scheduled for Wednesday, September 17. After giving it some thought, I have decided to MOVE the test to Friday, September 19. I do not like to change the syllabus, but I am concerned that otherwise we would not have time for a full review before the test.
I hope this won’t cause any inconvenience.