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70-364 Business Law

Department:Business Administration
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The course is a curvey of the major legal principles and processes affecting business managers in the United States, with some reference as well to the laws of other countries. The topics include contract law, product liability, business property, employment, coporation law, environmental law, consumer protection, issuance of securities, secured transactions, commercial paper, bankruptcy, corporate crimes, business torts, antitrust regulation, international trade, business ethics and corporate social responsibility. The course draws examples from decided cases and from current business activities.

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  Spring 2005 times

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A 6:30 - 9:20 pm T Tungate MM A14 Add course to my schedule

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