International Business Transactions (LAW-661-001)
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The survey course is designed for students who need a broad introduction to international business law and/or a foundation upon which to develop advanced, topic-specific knowledge. This course provides an overview of the legal issues domestic, foreign, and international that arise when U.S. companies do business abroad. Transactions discussed include export sales, agency and distributorship agreements, licensing, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, privatization, project finance, and foreign government debt. The course also covers U.S., foreign, and international regulation in such areas as antitrust, securities, intellectual property, tax, and foreign corrupt practices.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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DETLEV F. VAGTS, WILLIAM S. DODGE, HAROLD HONGJU KOH & HANNAH L. BUXBAUM, TRANSNATIONAL BUSINESS PROBLEMS (5th ed. 2014)
First Class Readings
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