Introduction : Electronic commerce and Internet
              Liberal and regulatory point of view (by Julien Letellier)

             What is Electronic Commerce, Anyway?
              -- Part I

             Informations :

                  Public Key Infrastructure Symposium Tutorial, 38
                  Jurimetrics J. 243 (1998)
                  A. Michael Froomkin, Flood Control on the Information
                  Ocean: Living With Anonymity, Digital Cash and
                  Distributed Databases, 15 J. L. & Commerce 395
                  (1996) (411-427 and 443-449 only)
                  Jeffrey MacKie-Mason & Hal Varian, Some Economics
                  of the Internet, in Networks, Infrastructure and the New
                  Task for Regulation 107-132

            What is Electronic Commerce, Anyway?
              -- Part II

             Informations :

                  Mark Lemley, Beyond Preemption: The Federal Law
                  and Policy of Intellectual Property Licensing, 87
                  California L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming) (pages 1-30; 50-78
                  Brad DeLong & A. Michael Froomkin, The Next Economy?
                  Eric Schlachter, The Intellectual Property Renaissance
                  in Cyberspace: Why Copyright Law Could Be
                  Unimportant on the Net, 12 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 15

             Subject Matter: What is being sold through electronic
              commerce? Who owns information, and what do they own?
              The basics of intellectual property, and of other types of
              information transfer.

            Contract Law in the Electronic Environment I

              Informations :

                  R.J. Robertson, Electronic Commerce on the Internet
                  and the Statute of Frauds, 49 South Carolina L. Rev.
                  787 (1998) (pages 797-827only)

                  A. Michael Froomkin,2B as Legal Software for electronic contracting

                  UCC § 2-201; § 2-204; § 2-207; § 2-209
                  UCC 2B § 111, § 112, § 308
                  Step-Saver v. Wyse Technology, 939 F.2d 91 (3d Cir.
                  ProCD, Inc. v. Zeidenberg, 86 F.3d 1447 (7th Cir. 1996)
                  Communications Groups v. Warner Communications,
                  527 N.Y.S.2d 341 (Civ. Ct. N.Y. 1988)

             Subject Matter: Electronic signatures and the statute of frauds.
              The concept of assent in the electronic environment. Licenses
              vs. sales. Draft UCC Article 2B

             Contract Law in the Electronic Environment II

             Information :

                  R.J. Robertson, Electronic Commerce on the Internet
                  and the Statute of Frauds, 49 South Carolina L. Rev.
                  787 (1998) (pages 827-846 only)
                  Clickwrap License agreement
                  A. Michael Froomkin, The Essential Role of Trusted
                  Third Parties in Electronic Commerce, 75 Oregon L.
                  Rev. 49 (1996)
                  Jane Kaufman Winn, Open Systems, Free Markets, and
                  Regulation of Internet Commerce, 72 Tulane L. Rev.
                  1177 (1998) (1226-1259 only)
                Thomas Smedinghoff, Update on Digital Signature Legislation
                  Utah Code Ann. §§ 46-3-101 et seq.
                  Ga. Code Ann. §§ 10-12-1 to -5
                  Kan. Stat. Ann. § 60-2616

             Subject Matter: Digital signatures and authentication under
              current and proposed legal rules. Certification authorities and
              "webs of trust;" legal liability for misappropriated signatures
              and certificates.

             Contract Law in the Electronic Environment III

              Informations :

                  UCC sec. 2-312 to 2-315
                  Neilson Bus. Equip. Center v. Monteleone, 524 A.2d
                  1172 (Del. 1987)
                  UCC 2B sec. 401-406; 715-716
                  Peter Alces, W(h)ither Warranty, 87 California L. Rev.
                  __ (forthcoming)
                  Jeffrey Selman & Christopher Chen, Steering the Titanic
                  Clear of the Iceberg: Saving the Sale of Software From
                  the Perils of Warranties, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 531 (1997)
                  Julie Cohen, Copyright and the Jurisprudence of
                  Self-Help, 13 Berkeley Tech. L.J. __ (forthcoming)

             Subject Matter: Continuing discussion of signatures and
              certification authorities. Warranties for nonfunctional
              software, collateral loss, and infringement. Electronic
              self-help for breach.

              Payment Systems

              Informations :

                  Ronald Mann, Payment Systems 1-14 (handout)
                  Jane Kaufman Winn, Couriers Without Luggage:
                  Negotiable Instruments and Digital Signatures, 49
                  South Carolina L. Rev. 739 (1998)
                  Peter Swire, The Uses and Limits of Financial Cryptography
                  Peter Swire, Offshore Banking, Privacy, and the Future
                  of the Internet (handout)
                  12 U.S.C. § 1829
                  15 U.S.C. § 1694

             Subject Matter: Digital cash, encryption and anonymity. Credit
              card transactions, security, and risk of loss. Electronic funds
              transfers. Cyberbanking.

              Transfer of Ownership

             Informations :

                  Everex v. Cadtrak, 89 F.3d 673 (9th Cir. 1996)
                  Fleming v. Caroll Publishing, 581 A.2d 1219 (D.C. Ct.
                  App. 1990)
                  Paul J. Heald, Resolving Priority Disputes in
                  Intellectual Property Collateral, 1 J. Intell. Prop. L. 135
                  Robert Stankey, Internet Payment Systems: Legal Issues
                  Facing Businesses, Consumers and Payment Service
                  Providers, 6 CommLaw Conspectus 11 (1998)

             Subject Matter: Assignment and licensing of intellectual
              property rights. Collateral, debt, and insolvency in
              transactions in information. Liability for default.

             Data Privacy and Electronic Commerce

             Informations :

                  Whalen v. Roe, 429 U.S. 589 (1974)
                  Paul Schwartz, European Data Protection Law and
                  Restrictions on International Data Flows, 80 Iowa L.
                  Rev. 471 (1995)
                  Joel Reidenberg, Setting Standards for Fair
                  Information Practice in the U.S. Private Sector, 80
                  Iowa L. Rev. 497 (1995)
                  Peter Swire, Cyberbanking and Privacy: The Contracts
                  Model (handout)

              Subject Matter: Privacy and consumer rights in electronic
              transactions, and in stored databases. The European directive
              on data protection.

             Commercial Solicitation Via the Internet


                  Cyberpromotions v. America Online, 948 F. Supp. 456
                  (E.D.Pa. 1996)
                  Compuserve v. Cyberpromotions, 962 F. Supp. 1015
                  (S.D. Ohio 1997)
                  Washington anti-spam statute
                  Dan Burk, Trademark Doctrines for Global Electronic
                  Commerce, 49 South Carolina L. Rev. 695 (1998)

             Subject Matter: "Spam" and the rules for unsolicited
              commercial contacts. Trademarks and Web advertising. FTC

              Public Law and Finance


                  Benjamin Wright & Jane Kaufman Winn, The Law of
                  Electronic Commerce ch. 11
                 White House Report, A Framework for Electronic Commerce
                 Internet Tax Freedom Act
                  Peter Glicklich et al, Internet Sales Pose International
                  Tax Challenges, J. Taxation, June 1996, at 325
                  Symposium, 2 J. Sm. & Emerging Bus. L. 1 (1998)

              Subject Matter: Securities issuance and trading via the
              Internet. Taxation of electronic commerce. FTC enforcement.
              The proper role of government in regulating electronic