Professor David Frisch teaches and writes in the areas of commercial law and contracts. He has authored or co-authored six books on commercial law topics, and his scholarship has appeared in the Vanderbilt Law Review, Southern California Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, Fordham Law Review, UC Davis Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among other venues. Professor Frisch served as Co-reporter for the Permanent Editorial Board for the Uniform Commercial Code, Commentary No. 10, Section 1-203, and has served as a member, advisor, or chair of numerous working groups, committees, and subcommittees at the national level in their review of various provisions of the UCC. Professor Frisch is also an elected member of the prestigious American Law Institute.
Commercial Contracting: An Integration of Sales, Leases, and Computer Information Transactions Law (forthcoming, Lexis 3d 2013) (co-authored).
The Commercial Law of Intellectual Property, Annual Supplements (Aspen 2006-2012) (with Peter Alces et al.).
A Students' Guide to Article 9 and Related Statutes (West 3d 2011) (co-authored).
Students Guide to UCC Article 9, Statutory Supplement (West 2d 2009) (co-authored).
Statutory Supplement, Students' Guide To UCC Article 9 (West 2008) (with David Epstein et al.).
Commercial Contracting: An Integration of Sales, Leases, and Computer Information Transactions Law (Lexis 2d 2007) (with P. Alces & J. Mootz).
Global Business Law: Principles and Practices (Carolina Academic Press, 1999) (with R. Bhala).
It's About Time, ___ Tenn. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2012).
Chattel Paper, Shakespeare, and the Insoluble Question of "Stripping," 40 UCC L.J. 3 (2007). [W]
An Update on the Article 2 Revision Project, U.C.C. Bulletin, Vol. 34, Release 2, March 1998.
An Appraisal of the March 1, 1990 Preliminary Report of the Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 Study Group, 16 Del. J. Corp. L. 981 (1991) (an A.B.A. Task Force Report) (Chair and Principle Author). [L] [W] [HEIN]
A Suggested Justification for Reversing Priorities, U.C.C. Bulletin, No. 5, August 1991.
Buyer Status Under the U.C.C: A Suggested Temporal Definition, 72 Iowa L. Rev. 531 (1987), excerpted in Dolan & Ponoroff, Basic Concepts in Commercial Law: Cases and Materials (West, 1998). [L] [W] [HEIN]
Is Revision Due for Article 2?, 31 Vill. L. Rev. 399 (1986) (with F. Leary, Jr.). [HEIN]
The Perfect Tender Rule - An "Acceptable" Interpretation, 13 U. Toledo L. Rev. 1373 (1982) (with M. Schmitt). [HEIN]
Note, Workmen's Compensation Benefits Recoverable on the Existence of a Quasi Contract, 28 U. Miami L. Rev. 715 (1974).
U.C.C. Survey: General Provisions, Bulk Transfers, and Documents of Title, 44 Bus. Law. 1445 (1989) (with J. Wladis). [HEIN]
Survey of Florida Criminal Law, 28 U. Miami L. Rev. 814 (1974) (with P. Chatilovicz and J. Berkowitz).