Syllabus Fall 2019 All Sections.pdf - L203 Commercial Law I...

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Hello and welcome to this class! You’ll soon learn I am passionate about teaching law in a way that focuses on helping you prepare for and build skills needed in your professional business endeavors. This document contains information to define what’s expected of you in the course. Please read everything below and let me know if you have any questions or concerns about successfully completing the course requirements. My contact information: Office: BS 4107 (4thfloor of Business Building) Office Hours: Mon. and Wed. noon-1:00; Tue. and Thurs. 3:00-4:00, or by appointment. Contact Information: send e-message through Canvas (preferred), or voice mail at 317-274-2446, or call Stacy Wessel 317-274-0870 (she will relay message) Textbook: Business Law, the Ethical, Global and E-Commerce Environment (17th Edition, 2018), by Langvardt, Barnes et al. Note: This is an e-Text. Students will be billed for the cost of the book on the Bursar’s bill along with a small administrative fee. This version of the text was selected because it is the least expensive option. Older editions of the text are outdated and thus, not appropriate.Registered students can access the text directly from the Canvas site for this course. Course Objective: This course provides an overview of the areas of law that affect and govern business situations. It is designed for students to learn basic legal concepts that are needed to recognize legal issues in a business setting. Students will also gain an understanding of their personal rights and legal responsibilities. Students will learn to analyze public and business media articles about lawsuits and to distinguish the types of cases involved. Students are expected to read, analyze and explain legal opinions issued by courts. The course begins by covering the different sources of law and the types of legal cases. Then, students will apply the law to specific situations, processes, practices and relationships inherent in business and in everyday life. L203 Commercial Law I Prof. Judith Wright, JD, MBA Mosaic Senior Faculty Fellow Indiana University Kelley School of Business 2019 Fall SemesterSections: #22033 Mon/Wed 10:30-11:45 AM, BS#2000 #22036 Tue/Thurs 1:30-2:45 PM, BS#2001 #23867 Tue/Thurs 4:30-5:45 PM, BS#2005
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Learning Outcomes: The course outcomes are associated with the IUPUI Principles of Undergraduate Learning (PULs) and the IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Undergraduate Business Learning Goals (UBLGs). These program and university goals are listed in the Appendix at the end of this Syllabus and the individual goals associated with an outcome are included in parentheses. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1) Differentiate lawsuits by type (SLO 2.1): a. public from private. b. state court from federal court.
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