Academics

International Business Transactions - LAW 671

2-3 Hours

This course concentrates on developing transaction skills in an international context but applicable to all business settings, foreign and domestic; emphasis is on commercial analysis, deal structuring and documentation, with the laws and instruments of international commerce discussed as they are encountered. This course does not address regimes governing international trade, which are the subject of a separate course (LAW 666 International Trade Law). It is recommended, though not required, that students have taken or take simultaneously LAW 645 Business Organizations. Open to MBA students.

Fall 2010 Section 001
Professor Kenneth Rosen
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Fall 2011 Section 001
Professor Kenneth Rosen
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Fall 2012 Section 001
Professor Kenneth Rosen
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Fall 2013 Section 001
Professor Kenneth Rosen
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Fall 2014 Section 001
Professor James Wilson
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