Spring 2020 Course Schedule

Business Associations (LAW-611-002)
Kenneth Anderson

Meets: 01:00 PM - 02:50 PM (MW)

Enrolled: 80 / Limit: 80 / Waitlist: 4

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Description

The state laws governing business entities with an analysis of legal and business considerations, including basic tax questions leading to business associations in corporate and unincorporated form. Agency and judiciary principles applied to business associations are analyzed in relation to corporations and partnerships. Topics include the creation of general and limited partnerships; the relationship of the partners inter se, and of the partners and the partnership to third parties; the creation, form, and nature of the closely held corporation; rights and duties of shareholders, directors, and officers; rules relating to dividends and dissolution; and an introduction to applicable provisions of federal securities laws.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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// COMMENTARIES AND CASES ON THE LAW OF BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS (Allen): // Edition: Fifth (2016) Authors: William T. Allen and Rainier Kraakman Series: Aspen Casebook Series Hardcover: 784 pages Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Language: English ISBN-10: 1454870613 ISBN-13: 978-1454870616 // STATUTORY SUPPLEMENT TO COMMENTARIES AND CASES ON THE LAW OF BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS (Supp): // Edition: 2016-2017 Author: William T. Allen Paperback: 556 pages Publisher: Wolters Kluwer ISBN-10: 1454840544 ISBN-13: 978-1454840541 // CORPORATIONS: EXAMPLES AND EXPLANATIONS, 8th Ed. (Palmiter): // // Note that you have free access to this source (as a searchable PDF) on Wolters Kluwer, which is provided to you by Pence Law Library. // Edition: Eighth (2015) Author: Alan R. Palmiter Series: Examples & Explanations Paperback: 864 pages Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Language: English ISBN-10: 1454850167 ISBN-13: 978-1454850168 // // Other (non-book) course materials listed in Reading and Materials Section of Course Syllabus //

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