Business Law

BSEO
2316
Credits: 3

Description

This course provides MBA candidates with legal information that is necessary for effectuating management level responsibilities in today's business environment. This course will enable you to proactively interface with attorneys; strategically implement your business agenda in relation to American law and regulation; and ideas for ways to limit costs and liability within the American court system. Substantive topics of law which are taught during the course include: corporate law, officer and director law, securities law, business forms, litigation, employment law, and oil and gas law.

Special considerations: This particular offering of Business Law is specifically designed for MBA students. Other offerings with a similar course title are reserved for other Katz programs, with the course content targeting a separate constituency of students.

Prerequisite(s): None