LA3100 Business Law I

This course introduces students to fundamental legal principles affecting business in the United States, including the sources and classifications of laws in the U.S. Students learn to recognize and apply basic legal concepts relating to contracts, torts, and product liability; explore various forms of business organizations common in the United States; and gain a fundamental understanding of select legal topics critical to operating a business, including real property, personal property, agency and employment, credit and secured transactions, bankruptcy and decedent's estates.




MT1050 or PL1100