Joseph M. Grohman

Subsequent to earning a Masters of Arts in Education from California State University, Long Beach, California, Prof. Grohman earned his J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law in 1975. After practicing law for eight years in Florida, he joined the law faculty of the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in 1983. His courses have been, in part, Property, Contracts, Corporations, Intellectual Property, and Real Property Closing Workshop, among others. He has authored and co-authored various articles, treatise chapters and the like, the list of many of which may be found in the publications section of his website.

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CALI Lessons

Lesson Title CALI Topic(s)
Negotiable Instruments That Have Been Destroyed, Lost or Stolen
Negotiable Instruments: The Benefits of Being a Holder in Due Course
Negotiable Instruments: What is a Negotiable Instrument?
Negotiable Instruments: Who is a Holder in Due Course?
Option Contracts and Firm Offers
Preparing for Your First Semester of Law School
Purchase Options: Their Uses in Real Estate Transactions
Purchase Options: Problems Unique to Real Estate
Real Covenants and Servitudes of Land PodCast
Real Estate Brokerage Relationships
Real Estate Brokers: Commissions & Types of Listing Agreements
Relations Between Co-Tenants
Rule Against Perpetuities 1: Common Law Rule Against Perpetuities
Rule Against Perpetuities PodCast
Rule Against Perpetuities 2: Reforms - Cy Pres and Wait-and-See Doctrines
Rule Against Perpetuities 3: Reforms - Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities
Tenancy by the Entirety
Tenancy in Common
Title Insurance Basics
Title Insurance Coverage