Fall 2019 • Law 633 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Nancy Shurtz
Study of business life cycle from its initial organization and operation to its eventual sale and dissolution. Students draft documents for use in hypothetical transactions, compare the way partnerships and corporations deal with similar problems and analyze the impact taxes have on business decisions. Pre-requisites - Law 620: Business Associations & Law 680: Federal Income Tax I.
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