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Fall 2013 - Business Associations

Dammann, Jens C

Course ID: 374K  Unique # 29215  Credit Hours: 3
Meeting DaysTimesLocation
   Monday 9:05 am - 10:20 am TNH 2.137
   Tuesday 9:05 am - 10:20 am TNH 2.137
Exam Type   Date   Time      Name Range   Room  
  Final Monday, December 16    8:30 am          A-K
Registration Information
This course is restricted to upper division students only.

An introduction to the legal rules and principles, as well as some of the economic factors, that pattern the conduct of productive enterprise in the U.S.  The principal focus will be upon the large, publicly traded corporation that dominates much of the U.S.  business environment - in particular, its financing, its control, and the potentially conflicting interests that the firm must mediate.  Legal topics to be covered accordingly include shareholder and executive compensation, basic fiduciary obligations, shareholder voting rights, derivative suits, corporate reorganization and control transactions.  We shall also devote some attention to partnerships, closely held corporations and other business forms.  No prior background in business law or economics is assumed.

A student may not receive credit for both Corporations and Business Associations or Business Associations (Enriched).

Related Course Areas
Commentaries and Cases on the Law of Business Organization, 2012-2013 Statutory Supplemen - Allen/Kraakman/Subramanian
  Aspen, edition: 2012-2013 ONLY
  ISBN: 978-1454818557   (required)
Commentaries and Cases on the Law of Business Organization, Fourth Edition - Allen/Kraakman/Subramanian
  Aspen, edition: 4th ONLY
  ISBN: ISBN-10: 145481361X   (required)