This course is a study of laws relevant to the non-lawyer business professional. It includes such basic legal topics as court systems, stages of a lawsuit, torts, real property and contracts, as well as such business-specific topics as intellectual property, consumer law, criminal law of businesses, antitrust law, environmental law, and regulations adopted by government agencies. This course is required for A.A.S. students in Entrepreneurial and Applied Business Studies and A.A.S. students in Accounting: General. This course is not recommended as a Business Elective for students enrolled in A.S. programs in Business Administration or International Business. NOTE: Bus 201, Business Law I, is the required law course for students enrolled in A.S. programs in Business Administration or International Business. Three class hours. Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.
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Spring Semester 2014