LAW 312 Advanced Business Organizations
3 credits, Fall or Spring (offered as needed)
Examines the essential documentation of business entity formation and operation including organizational documents, limited partnership agreements, articles of transfer, articles of dissolution, articles of merger, various tax elections, buy-sell agreements, and various types of minutes. Further, students will examine the fiduciary relationships both within various entities and their management's relationships with and duties toward others, including investors, lenders, employees, the government, consumers and society. Practical and intellectual appreciation of business forms is gained through an approach that considers the impact of current events on public confidence in business organizations and their management.
Legal specialty course (LSC)
Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in LAW 130