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1 AEB 4085 Section: 2664 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW Instructor: Professor Michael T. Olexa Semester:

2 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW Course Syllabus FALL 2013 TUESDAY 4 PERIOD 10:40 AM -11:30 AM URSDAY 4 AND 5 PERIODS 10:40 AM -12:35 PM ROOM 1142, MCCARTY HALL A

3 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW TUESDAY 4 PERIOD 10:40 AM - 11:30 AM URSDAY 4 AND 5 PERIODS 10:40 AM - 12:35 PM ROOM 1142, MCCARTY HALL A Instructor: Office Phone: Office Hours: Dr. Michael T. Olexa McCarty Hall B, Room Tuesday, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Note: Office hours scheduled for rd September 3 will be held Wednesday, September 4 from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Text Professor Olexa s text available at Target Copy: [1412 West University Avenue: and 3422 SW Archer Road: ]. Handout materials will also be made available at e beginning of each class period. Course Objectives 1. Develop an understanding of e basic concepts of common and statutory law. 2. Identify and address current legal issues of importance at e personal and professional level. 3. Develop an understanding of risk. 4. Develop solutions for managing risk. 5. Interrelate e concepts of risk management and law in limiting exposure to legal liability. Attendance Attendance is important. The student s success in is class will be dependent upon eir participation and e amount and quality of effort expended. Students will be held responsible for material covered in class. Absences can be costly. Roll will be taken. As a courtesy to fellow students and e instructor, students are expected to arrive on time. If e student cannot arrive on time because of extenuating circumstance, e student is strongly encouraged to meet wi e instructor during e first week of class. Accommodations will be made for e student. Students engaged in officially sanctioned University of Florida activities are encouraged to provide is information to e instructor during e first week of classes. Students are allowed two unexcused class absences. This policy does not apply when guest lecturers are scheduled. Students wi more an two unexcused class absences will be dropped one half (½) a letter grade. Students wi more an ree late arrivals will be penalized 3% of e final grade. Attendance and on-time arrival will account for 5% of e final grade. Lids Down/Text Messaging and Cell Phone Policy Laptops are not permitted to be used in class. Text messaging, cell phones and oer forms of cyber communication are not to be used in class and must be turned off prior to class and during exams. TEXT MESSAGING WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN CLASS! TEXT MESSAGING IN CLASS WILL COUNT AS AN UNEXCUSED ABSENCE. Exams There are no make-up exams. Make-up exams may be allowed if documentation regarding e missed exam is provided to e instructor. Students are encouraged to inform e instructor of an absence before e exam. Documentation may be provided later. A make-up date and location will be scheduled as soon as possible. Exam 1 September 19 Exam 2 November 7 Exam 3 December 3 Page 1

4 Assignments There are five (5 ) written assignments each wor 2.5% of e student s grade. Assignments are graded as Pass/Fail. Assignments are to be turned in following class discussions on e date ey are due. Assignments are to consist of a full page of typed text - double-spaced/12point font wi 1 - inch margins. If a full page is not submitted, e student will be penalized 1% of e assignment. Final Grade The final grade will be calculated as follows: Grading Exam % Exam % Exam % Assignments 12.5% Attendance, On Time Arrival 5.0% To assist you in maintaining your own records, a record-keeping form has been included at e end of is course material packet. Grading Scale A A B B B C C C D D D- Less an 60 E Extra Credit No individual student will be given e opportunity to earn extra credit or bonus points unless e opportunity is extended to all students. Academic Honesty Each of you signed an agreement to adhere to e academic honesty guidelines when you were admitted to e University of Florida. I fully expect adherence to ese guidelines. To refresh your recollection, a copy of UF guidelines is attached wi an accompanying form for your signature. Disability Clause Students requesting classroom accommodation must first register wi e Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students Office will provide documentation to e student who must en provide at documentation to e Instructor when requesting accommodation. In order to provide timely assistance to e student, students requiring classroom accommodation are encouraged to provide documentation to e Instructor wiin e first two weeks of class. Dean of Student s Office Peabody Hall, Room Page 2

5 The Commitment to Academic Honesty On my honor, I have neier given nor received unauorized aid in doing is assignment. Acts of Academic Dishonesty I. Cheating: The improper taking or tendering of any information or material which shall be used to determine academic credit. Taking of information includes, but is not limited to, copying graded homework assignments from anoer student; working togeer wi anoer individual(s) on a take-home test or homework when not specifically permitted by e teacher; looking or attempting to look at anoer student s paper during an examination; looking or attempting to look at text or notes during an examination when not permitted. Tendering of information includes, but is not limited to, giving your homework to anoer student to be used or copied; giving someone answers to exam questions eier when e exam is being given or after taking an exam; giving or selling a term paper or oer written materials to anoer student; sharing information on a graded assignment. II. III. IV. Plagiarism: The attempt to represent e work of anoer as e product of one s own ought, wheer e oer s work is published or unpublished, or simply e work of a fellow student. Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to, quoting oral or written materials wiout citation on an exam, term paper, homework, oer written materials or oral presentations for an academic requirement; submitting a paper which was purchased from a term paper service as your own work; submitting anyone else s paper as your own work. Bribery: The offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of any materials, items or services of value to gain academic advantage for yourself or anoer. Misrepresentation: Any act or omission wi intent to deceive a teacher for academic advantage. Misrepresentation includes using computer programs generated by anoer and handing it in as your own work unless expressly allowed by e teacher; lying to a teacher to increase your grade; lying or misrepresenting facts when confronted wi an allegation of academic dishonesty. V. Conspiracy: The planning or acting wi one or more persons to commit any form of academic dishonesty to gain academic advantage for yourself or anoer. VI. Fabrication: The use of invented or fabricated information, or e falsification of research or oer findings wi e intent to deceive for academic or professional advantage. Page 3

6 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW Counseling Related to Personal Issues The University and Gainesville Community offer a number of personal counseling services for students at e University of Florida. Contact e appropriate agency listed below.! Alachua County Crisis Center Crisis Line phone counseling is available 24/7 218 SE 24 Street, Gainesville, FL National Suicide Hotline ! Career Resource Center st 1 Floor, Reitz Union, Box ! Corner Drug Store NW 6 Street, Gainesville FL (Gainesville) Counseling/Prevention (Gainesville) You Talk Counseling/Prevention ! International Center Assistance is provided for International students at e University. HUB, Room 170! The Dean of Students Office, formerly Office for Student Services A staff member is available to assist students. Peabody Hall, Room 202 Box ! Student Heal Care Center EMERGENCY HEAL/CRISIS INFORMATION Locations: Main Clinic: Infirmary Building (located on Fletcher Drive next to e Florida Gym nd Dental Towers/ 2 Floor, Room D Corry Village Housing Complex, Building 278, Apartment ! UF Counseling Center Counseling & Wellness Center A counselor is available to assist students to work rough personal issues Radio Road/Campus / Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM! The Disability Resource Center Reid Hall, Room 0002 Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Page 4 Updated Summer 2013

7 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW SECTION 2644 Name: Local Address: City State Zip Major: Career Objectives: Hometown/Country: I have read and understand e provisions of e course syllabus and agree to abide by ose provisions, including e University of Florida s honor code. Academic Honesty As a result of completing e registration form at e University of Florida, every student has signed e following statement: On my honor, I have neier given nor received unauorized aid in doing is assignment. Software Use All faculty, staff and students of e University are required and expected to obey e laws and legal agreements governing software use. Failure to do so can lead to monetary damages and/or criminal penalties for e individual violator. Because such violations are also against University policies and rules, disciplinary action will be taken as appropriate. We, e members of e University of Florida, pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to e highest standards of honesty and integrity. Name printed Name signed Date Page 5

8 AGRICULTURAL RISK MANAGEMENT AND E LAW Michael T. Olexa, Ph.D., J.D TUESDAY 4 PERIOD 10:40 AM - 11:30 AM URSDAY 4 AND 5 PERIODS 10:40 AM - 12:35 PM Date Topic Date Topic August 22 Orientation October 17 Product Liability continued August 27 Orientation Law & The Legal System October 22 Assignment #4 Due: Case Study - Product Liability Vicarious Liability & Sovereign Immunity August 29 Law & The Legal System continued October 24 Vicarious Liability & Sovereign Immunity September 3 Assignment #1 Due: Case Study - Law & The Legal System Tort Law October 29 Assignment #5 Due: Case Study - Vicarious Liability & Sovereign Immunity Damages, Statute of Limitations & Attorney Fees September 5 Tort Law October 31 Class cancelled September 10 Tort Law November 5 Damages, Statute of Limitations & Attorney Fees continued September 12 Assignment #2 Due: Case Study - Torts November 7 4 Exam 2 5 Damages, Statute of Limitations & Attorney Fees continued September 17 Negligence November 12 Introduction to Risk Management September 19 4 Exam 1 5 Negligence continued November 14 Risk Management continued: Case Studies September 24 Negligence November 19 Risk Management continued: Insurance & Complaint Handling September 26 Negligence/Strict Liability November 21 Risk Management continued Dealing wi e Press & Managing Risks October 1 Negligence Case Studies November 26 Course Evaluation Risk Management continued: Case Study Video: Part 1 Case Study Video: Part 2 October 3 Assignment #3 Due: Case Study - Negligence Criminal Law November 28 Holiday: Thanksgiving October 8 Criminal Law December 3 Exam 3 October 10 Product Liability October 15 Product Liability continued Page 6

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