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BSLW 8811 International Business Law (Summer: 3 )


Course Description

This course covers the major principles, concepts, organizations and individuals involved in creating, interpreting, enforcing and forging policy in international business law today. International business law involves a system of law beyond the laws of any country. Major cases interpreting international law in the business context are analyzed including the jurisprudence of the U.S., European Union and the World Trade Organization. International organizations, treaties, arbitration, contracts, payment methods, sovereign immunity and corruption are among a myriad of topics covered. Instruction includes lecture, discussion, cases, websites, films and news reports. This course provides an additional framework to enhance students' global business perspective.


Instructor(s): Mark Blodgett

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 14-Feb-14