Professor Weiser's research focuses at the intersection of competition, innovation, technological change, and the modern administrative state. His current focus is on the importance and impact of entrepreneurial leadership in governmental administration.
LAWS 7013 - Supreme Court Decision Making
Students deliberate over several important cases as "Justices" of the Supreme Court. Class is divided into three "Courts" with the first hour spent in deliberation and the second hour in discussion of the deliberative process as well as the substantive issues.
LAWS 7201 - Antitrust
Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
Studies American competition policy: collaborations among competitors, including agreements on price and boycotts, definition of agreement, monopolization, vertical restraints such as resale price maintenance and territorial confinement of dealers. Offered in alternate years.
LAWS 8341 - Seminar: Law and Economics of the Information Age
Examines basic regulatory and legal challenges of our information economy and digital age. Emphasizes the "networked" information industries, the proper role of "unbundling" policies to advance competition and how intellectual property and antitrust rules should be developed. Same as CYBR 5260.