First Four Assignments for Sales under the UCC. Professor Monserud You will need Whaley and McJohn, Cases and Materials on Commercial Law (10th ed) and a current Code that includes Articles 1, 2, 2A, 3, 4, 5, and 7. It must also have the Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods, though international sales are a very small part of this course. Inside Sales and Leases by Hull is recommended; it can be helpful but is not essential. In the assignments following, all references are to the Official Uniform Commercial Code and to Whaley and McJohn. The class meets in Room 301 from 1:30 - 2:45 on Wednesdays and Fridays. Session 1 - August 21: Topic - the scope of Article 2. Whaley and McJohn, 3-24. UCC: 1-103(b), skim 2-101 through 2-107 and 2-304. Study carefully 2-102 and 2-105(1) and the accompanying comments. Session 2 - August 23: Topics - the meaning of “merchant” and scope of Article 2A and the scope of the CISG. UCC: 2-104(1), 2A103(1)(h)(j)(k)(i)(l)(n)(p)(q) and CISG Articles 1 - 6. Read also Ferragamo v. MBTA, 481 N.E.2d 477 (Mass. 1985). Session 3 - August 28: Topics - The Article 2 Statute of Frauds and its exceptions. Whaley and McJohn, 35 - 45. UCC: 2-201 and 1-108. Skim 2A-201 and CISG Article 11. Session 4 - August 30: Topics: The Article 2 Parol Evidence Rule and its exceptions; firm offers under Article 2. W & M, 45 - 52. UCC 2-202, 1303; skim 2-203 through 2-206. Time permitting, I will comment on the Nanakuli case cited by W & M at p. 46. Note: There will be a TWEN site for this course. The syllabus will be posted on the TWEN site as will daily outlines. Please print the syllabus and bring it to our first day of class.