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ePayments (LAWS 5728)

Course Info

This seminar builds on the foundation established during the first-year curriculum and focuses on the law and technology of payment systems. Such topics will include the contractual relationship amongst and between the various organizations transacting to enable a b2c payment; the various elements of such agreements; the various impacts of a payment system (criminal, civil, and administrative); the implications for legal structure and policy; and the ethical considerations of a lawyer advising clients within this domain. Grade is based on a paper, a presentation, and class attendance and participation.


Prof. Jason Korosec

Prof. Jason Korosec is an adjunct professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Texas A&M. He is @thepaymentsguy on Twitter.


The syllabus for your course is available on Canvas.


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Study Aids

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CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Payment Systems lessons


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Quimbee Payment Systems materials

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