Fall 2019 • Law 620 • Credits: 4
Instructor: Robert Illig
Surveys business relationships between the people who own, invest in, and manage businesses and the third parties who interact with or are affected by them. Starting with sole proprietorships, then turning to partnerships, corporations, and hybrids of the two, presents the structure, operation, and salient characteristics of each business form.
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