Monday, June 13, 2016

Introducing Guest Blogger Doug Moll to the BLPB

This post welcomes Doug (Douglas K.) Moll to the Business Law Prof Blog.  He'll be posting with us a few times over the next month or so.  

Doug is the Beirne, Maynard & Parsons, L.L.P. Law Center Professor of Law at The University of Houston Law Center.  He teaches a variety of transactional business law courses: Business Organizations, Doing Deals, Business Torts, Secured Financing, and Sales and Leasing.  I have had the pleasure of working with him in other capacities (he is a fellow Tennessee BARBRI instructor and presented with me at the 2015 ABA LLC Institute, for example) and value his observations about transactional business law.  I also know him to be a highly decorated teacher--having won (according to his website bio) six teaching awards since 1998.  I look forward to his posts--and I am sure you will enjoy them!

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Welcome, Doug. Looking forward to your posts.

Posted by: Haskell Murray | Jun 14, 2016 10:04:46 AM

Thanks Haskell. Glad to be here. I think I managed to actually post something, although somehow it was backdated to 14 hours ago. I'm still solving the mysteries of Typepad . . . .

Posted by: Douglas Moll | Jun 14, 2016 8:28:25 PM

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