Is privacy protected in other societies Written Case Brief of Planned

Is privacy protected in other societies written case

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- Is privacy protected in other societies? Written Case Brief of Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 1931 (1 page, double-spaced) Case Brief Format 1. Name of the Case 2. Question Before the Court 3. Reasons for the Court’s Decision 4. Decision of the court stated in 1 – 2 sentences, i.e. the “precedent” 5. Why Dissent disagreed 10/5 or 10/11 MODULE #9: WHAT IS PROPERTY? - Property defined as a bundle of rights – what is in that bundle? - Why is having title to property so - Outline: Property Outline - Possession as the Origin of Property , Rose, 1985 - Tragedy of the Commons, Hardin, 1968 -A Treatise of Human Nature, Hume, 1739 (excerpts) One Powerpoint Slide (NO PDFs) showing an example of a current “tragedy of the commons” and a statement about how the tragedy can be
important in America? Do other countries grant title to real property? If not then why? - How can your property be taken away from you? -Principles of the Civil Code, Bentham, 1843 (excerpts) - The Mystery of Capital , Hernando de Soto, (pp.1-7) - The Concept of Private Property , Ezra Bowen 1925 avoided You can do this assignment alone or in groups of no more than 4 DUE on NYU Classes by --am on -------. 10/10 or 10/16 MODULE #10: TAKINGS - Eminent Domain – 5th Amendment – the “takings clause” Lucas v. South Carolina, 1992 Listen: click on Opinion Announcement on Left 1-453 Kelo v. City of New London, 2005 Kaur v. New State Urban Development , 2010 One Powerpoint Slide (NO PDFs) showing an example of a “taking” and a statement explaining whether you think it was for an appropriate public purpose You can do this assignment alone or in groups of no more than 4 DUE on NYU Classes by --am on -------. Date Themes Readings Cases Written Homework 10/12 or 10/18 MODULE #11: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - Why did the framers of the US Constitution decide to protect inventors, writers and artists? - Was there an economic reason? To improve societal life? - If we want to incentivize people to create then how should it be shared? - Should inventions – like music, books, movies, etc. - be a “public good”? - Different treatment in other countries? HAND OUT PAPER #2 - Outline: Intellectual Property The Authors Guild v. Google, 2013 - Public goods – fair use Kewanee Oil Co. v. Bicron Corp., 1974 - Trade secret protection Written Response to Study question below (1 page, double-spaced) DUE on NYU Classes by --am on -------. “How could our system of intellectual property provide a solution to inflated drug prices? And should it? How does your answer relate to the collective well-being of society?
PRIVATE ORDERING GOAL: How promises between individuals and entities are created and enforced. Date Themes Readings Cases Written Homework 10/17 or 10/23 MODULE #12: ENFORCEABLE PROMISES - Contracts = Promises enforceable by the state in the civil justice system - Contracts surround every aspect of our daily life - More than just written & signed - No punitive damages awarded in contract law.

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