Law in International Business
This course examines international business law through discussion of actual case studies and legal scenarios. Topics include arbitration, regulation of international trade and the legal dimensions of trade organizations.
What you can learn.
- Explore the impact of nationalism and cultural attitudes on law and international affairs
- Gain an understanding of intellectual property, trademarks, and patents in a global context
- Understand the interrelationships of regional and economically integrated trade organizations like the WTO
About this course:This course introduces international business law through an examination of "real world" case studies and contemporary legal problems via a nontechnical approach to the law. Topics include legal rules, contracts, international arbitration, and the impact of nationalism and cultural attitudes on law and international affairs; regulation of international trade; protection of intellectual property, trademarks, and patents; and the legal ramifications of regional and economically integrated trade organizations, including the World Trade Organization and other multinational trade bodies.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Law in International Business.
Spring 2020 Schedule
These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.
Internet access required. Materials required.