Business Associations (LAW-611-002)
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The Business Associations course is designed to give the student an introduction to how business is conducted the United States. We will review the various types of business entities, from a sole proprietorship to a large publicly-held corporation; and the advantages and disadvantages of conducting business in the various entities. Each of the business entities has its own requirements and restrictions, especially the large publicly-held corporations. Most of the course will be devoted to the study of corporations.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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REQUIRED TEXT: Macey, Moll, and Hamilton, The Law of Business Organizations: Cases, Materials and Problems, 13th ed., West Academic Publishing.
RECCOMMENDED: Moll, Douglas K., Moll’s Corporations and Other Business Associations, Statues, Rules and Forms. latest ed., West Academic Publishing
First Class Readings
Introduction; Choice of Organizational Form pp. 1-8, 33-42
General Partnership………………………… pp. .9-31.
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