Module 4 - Austin - 2013/2014

27.10.2013 to 01.11.2013
IT and Energy Law

Chairperson

Prof. John Dzienkowski

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Energy and IT law. Both involve innumerable aspects of international business law and are therefore a must for business lawyers and for managers. The University of Texas, one of the best universities in the United States, has been a pioneer and is leading in these fields.

  • Introduction to American Law
  • Internet Law
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Ownership Regimes for Mineral Development around the World
  • Risk Service Contracts
  • Technology Assistance Agreements
  • Confidentially Agreements and Traditional Service Contracts
  • Environmental Issues in International Development Contracts
  • Dispute Resolution and Energy Arbitration
  • Liquefied Natural Gas Deals
  • Oil Markets
  • European Energy Law: Regulation, Energy Competition Law
ECTS-Points: 
5

Faculty

Carl Baudenbacher
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Carl Baudenbacher
Adjunct Prof. Ed Cavazos
Richard David Deutsch
Prof. John Dzienkowski
Jay D. Kelley
Prof. Jacqueline Lipton
RA Mag. iur. Christian Mayer
Prof. Neil W. Netanel
Prof. R. Anthony Reese
Prof. David S. Sokolow
Prof. David Spence
Adjunct Prof. Timothy Tyler
Prof. Greg R. Vetter