Law in International Business

MGMT X 460.94

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.

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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.
Prerequisites
MGMT X 460.902 Introduction to International Business or consent of instructor.

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