The primary goal of the course (formerly titled Legal Problems of Doing Business in Europe) is to prepare students to handle legal problems with the European community, especially transactions that take place abroad. While the course resembles International Business Transactions, it will focus on the law of the European Community and specific European Community topics with components on dispute resolution and political developments. Students who took the European Community Law Seminar and/or Course may not take this course. This course may be offered for either 2 or 3 credits depending upon the discretion of the instructor and associate dean.
Current & Previous Instructors:
|526C (CRN: 26979) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2016 (Day).
Tues: 2:10-3:05 Thurs: 1:05-3:05.
63 openings. (Limit 64).