BLAW 314. Real Estate Law. 3 credits.
A study of the principles of law-governing interests in real estate including acquisition, encumbrance, transfer, rights and obligations of parties, and state and federal regulations thereof. Prerequisites: COB 218 and junior standing.
BLAW 470. Financial Products: Regulation and Protection. 3 credits.
An inquiry into the legal environment of
the financial marketplace. Topics explored include the role of
regulatory agencies, the design of contracts which minimize credit
risk and maximize marketability and methods of protecting the
proprietary component of innovative financial products. Prerequisites:
COB 218 and junior standing.
BLAW 495. Business Law I. 3 credits.
A study of the fundamental principles of law of contracts, sale of goods, agency, bailments and carriers with emphasis on the role these play in both personal and business life, as well as social goals which shall receive legal enforcement and the role of the courts. Prerequisites: COB 218 and junior standing.
BLAW 496. Business Law II. 3 credits.
A study of the fundamental principles of the law of commercial paper, partnerships, corporations, bankruptcy, wills, trusts and estates with emphasis on the role these play in business life. Prerequisites: COB 218 and junior standing.
BLAW 497. Legal Aspects of International Business. 3 credits.
Survey of legal implications of international business dealings including foreign direct sales, distributorship arrangements, licensing of technology and legal aspects of the multi-national corporation. The foreign legal environment, relevant conventions and trade regulations and the transnational reach of regulatory law will be considered. Prerequisites: COB 218 and junior standing.
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