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LAWS 4488 International Business Transactions (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This is a course on the globalization of private economic relationships and the global regulation of such activity. In particular, the course will focus on identifying and solving the legal problems affecting cross-border transactions in a global regulatory environment. Students will become familiar with the nature of globalization and the global economy; fundamental patterns of business activity across national boundaries; the international legal framework for regulating such activity; and the unique issues raised by sales of goods, licensing, foreign investment and dispute resolution. Private and public law aspects of international business transactions will be examined, including conflicts of law, foreign law, and select issues in WTO, NAFTA and EU law.

Instructor(s): Frank J. Garcia

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17