Spring 2020 • Law 610 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Nancy Shurtz
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the various areas of business law (contracts, torts, securities law, taxation, bankruptcy, secured transactions, employment law, intellectual property, and international law) and their impact on the sustainable practices of a business. Law students will learn what legal mechanismsregulation, tax incentives, tax penalties, fines or fees, mediation, arbitrationare the best way to accomplish sustainability objectives.
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