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Business Law 3305 - Legal Environment of Business

A study of the legal environment including the nature and sources of law, court systems, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution; constitutional and administrative law, tort law and product liability, contract law, agency law; business organizations; business ethics and social responsibility; international law; and selected topics of government regulation of business including antitrust law, employment law, environment law, and securities regulation.

Business Law 4303 - Employment Law

A study of the legal and regulatory framework governing the employment relationships, with particular emphasis on employee selection discrimination, privacy rights, and termination. Students will examine the increasingly complex body of laws that challenge employers as they strive to maintain a productive and reliable workforce. The course will include topics such as employment contracts, equal opportunity law (discrimination sexual harassment, affirmative action), wrongful discharge, employee privacy, etc.

Business Law 4310 - Cyberlaw

A study of legal issues relating to cyberspace and the management of technology. Students will examine emerging cyber law issues such as jurisdiction; ownership and protection of intellectual property; electronic commerce; regulation of privacy, security, and online speech; and computer crimes, as well as international law and ethical issues in this area. The course is designed to provide an active learning environment for business students to prepare them to effectively manage technological innovations.


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