This class deals with the business law topics that appear on the CPA exam: Agency, Contracts, Debtor-Creditor Relationships, Government Regulation of Business, and Business Organizations. Students will gain an understanding of how these areas of the law affect businesses and their operations, with an eye on preparation for the business law portions of the REG section of the CPA exam. By the end of the class, students will be able to identify the legal principles that govern various business situations and apply those principles to an issue to determine the outcome when the law is applied to the facts of a scenario.
Corporate & Commercial Law I: Contracts & Employment LawUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Introduction to the Course
Module 1: Forming Enforceable Agreements
Module 2: Special Rules for Sales Contracts
Module 3: Enforcing Agreements
Module 4: Agency and Employment Law
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL LAW I: CONTRACTS & EMPLOYMENT LAW
The professor is fabulous and teaches us in a very clear and precise way. I am looking forward to participating in CC Law II if I have a chance. Thank you professor! It is really a nice course!
A perfect course made for the application and understanding of contract and its implications at various aspects and levels.
I enjoyed not only the information learnt from this course but the simplicity in putting over that material so as to make the course more realistic to day to day happenings
A great course, very informative now I can understand how American commercial law function and I can handle to study a more detailed book. Thanks, Professor Michael R Fricke
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