Module Austin - 2017/2018

29.10.2018 to 03.11.2018
Energy & IT Law

Chairpersons

Prof. John Dzienkowski
Prof. John M. Golden

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Today's digital technology makes global copying and distribution of texts easy, fast and inexpensive. Copyright law is adapted to this development. Candidates will learn how to identify problems arising out of the new requirements and how to deal with them.
Energy laws govern the use and taxation of energy, both renewable and nonrenewable. Energy law involves innumerable aspects of international business law and is therefore a must for business lawyers and for managers. The University of Texas at Austin, one of the best universities in the United States, has been a pioneer and is a leader in this field.

  • Introduction to American Contract Law
  • Electronic Commerce B2B, B2C
  • Software Protection
  • International Internet Law
  • US Patent Remedies
  • Ownership Regimes for Mineral Development around the World
  • Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements and Traditional Service Contracts
  • International Arbitration in Energy Disputes
  • Competitive Energy Market
  • Wind Law

All modules are also available for individual study outside of the program. For more information, please contact our team.

ECTS-Points: 
5

Faculty

Prof. Owen L. Anderson
Richard David Deutsch
Prof. John Dzienkowski
Jennifer Kuhn
Prof. Neil W. Netanel
Prof. Robert Peroni
Elizabeth Rogers
Prof. David S. Sokolow
Prof. David Spence
Prof. Melinda Taylor
Adjunct Prof. Timothy Tyler
Prof. Greg R. Vetter