Legal Environments of BusinessCode: 14A-BUSLAW
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The major purpose of Legal Environments of Business is to provide you with a concise summary of the major legal principles affecting businesspeople and business transactions. It provides a quick, yet comprehensive, review of this vital and wide-ranging area of the law. You will be able to analyze business decisions from a legal responsibility perspective.
The subject matter The subject matter is organized into ten major divisions as follows: (1) introduction of law, including philosophy and history of law, the court system and legal procedures, crimes and torts; (2) contracts; (3) agency; (4) partnerships; (5) corporations; (6) property, including real and personal property; (7) sales of goods; (8) negotiable instruments; (9) credit, including secured transactions and bankruptcy; and (10) economic relations and the law, including competitive torts and the law of ideas, Sherman Act Clayton Act, Robinson-Patman Act, and the Federal Trade Commission Act.
Presentation Method: Self-Study Category: Business Law CPE credit: 12 Hours Program Level: Intermediate Prerequisites: General understanding of business law. Advance Preparation: None Exam expiration date: Participants must submit exams for grading within one year from the date of purchase.
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