Author Archives: F. E. Guerra-Pujol

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.

Postcards from Tampa

I visited Tampa, Florida last week to attend a jury trial (my wife Sydjia was co-counsel for the defense); here are some snapshots from our hotel, which was a former federal courthouse:

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Jean-Luc Godard forever

More details here and here.

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Texas Tuesday

Via u/Texas2Putts, check out this this amazing map showing all 254 county courthouses in the great State of Texas! More details here.

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More Monday music

If you are feeling somewhat somber or sad about recent events (e.g. the one-year anniversary of our disgraceful surrender to the Taliban or the death of a monarch in Europe), this haunting piece of music really captures the moment.

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Does history repeat itself?

On this day (9/11) in the year 9 A.D. the Romans suffer their greatest defeat at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest; thereafter the Rhine is established as the de facto border between the Roman Empire and the so-called barbarians … Continue reading

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My one-page syllabus

Originally posted on prior probability:
Below is my one-page syllabus for a graduate-level course on “advanced business law topics” that I will be teaching this semester. During the first half of the semester, I am assigning two movies, “The Social…

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Coase’s four cases

Below is another extended excerpt (six paragraphs in all) from my latest work-in-progress “Coase’s pastoral parable” (footnotes omitted): Among other things, Coase’s landmark social cost paper contains a careful and painstaking analysis of four English cases involving nuisance law: Sturges … Continue reading

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Coase’s cattle trespass parable

As a follow-up to my previous post, below is an extended excerpt consisting of six paragraphs from my new paper “Coase’s pastoral parable” (footnotes omitted): In academic circles, one of the most famous legal narratives of all time is Ronald … Continue reading

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Coase’s pastoral parable

That is the title of my most recent work-in-progress, which I have just posted to SSRN. I was invited to present my work next month at Mercer Law School in Macon, Georgia. In the meantime here is the abstract of … Continue reading

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