ACC 150 Legal Environment of Business

Credits: 3.00

Students study the regulatory environment in which business operates and the political, social, and economic forces behind and evolution of the forms and types of law that govern disputes and transactions between individuals (including business organizations). The Constitutional foundation of law and the role played by administrative agencies in regulating business activity are studied including remedies in and out of court. Issues of crimes, torts, contracts, property, business organizations, consumer rights, employment, intellectual property rights, and international transactions will be discussed. This course meets Core Goal 13: Ethical Reasoning and Behavior

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Last Updated: 03/01/2016