BPUB621.2003.Lecture.Slides.0.Introduction

BPUB621.2003.Lecture.Slides.0.Introduction - Government and...

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Wharton School: Government and Legal Environment of Business - BPUB 621 Martin K. Perry, Visiting Professor Business and Public Policy, Wharton School of Management Visiting from the Department of Economics at Rutgers University Wharton School of Management Business and Public Policy 621, Sections 401, 403, and 405 Six-week course with 12 lectures (TTh for 80 minutes) Grading (180 points) Final Examination (120 points): Tuesday, March 4, 2002, 6-8 PM Learning Team Project (60 points): Due March 4 Final Examination: Answer 4 questions from 6 choices See sample examination at the beginning of the course pack Project: maximum 20 pages, double spaced
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Wharton School: My Research and Teaching Education Ph.D., Economics, Stanford University (1976) J.D., Rutgers Law School (1984) Economics Research: Mostly related to Antitrust Policy Vertical Integration and Vertical Restraints Pricing and Price Discrimination Competition and Mergers Teaching Experience BPUB 621: MBA, Spring 2000, Wharton School Microeconomics: Executive MBA, Olin School at Washington University Antitrust Law: Rutgers Law School Corporation Reorganization, Law and Economics, Industrial Organization, Antitrust: Undergraduate students, Rutgers University
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Wharton School: Course Outline - Corporate Duties (0) Overview of Course Topics and Readings Summary of a Lawsuit (1) Duties of Corporate Officers and Directors Overview of Tort Law Fiduciary Duties of Care and Loyalty for Corporate Directors and Officers Applications to Freeze-out Mergers Applications to Takeover Battles (2) Bankruptcy and Reorganization Overview of Product Liability in Tort Law Management Powers and Responsibilities in Bankruptcy Applications to Mass Torts Applications to Rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements
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Wharton School: Course Outline - Rule 10b-5 (4) Corporate Statements Securities Laws, particularly Rule 10b-5 Misleading Statements in Financial Reports and Proxy Statements Failure to Disclosure Material Information Applications to Merger Negotiations and other Corporate Developments (5) Insider Trading Securities Laws, particularly Rule 10b-5 Criminal Penalties and Civil Remedies Key Legal Decisions and Concepts Liability for Corporate Insiders and Advisors
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Wharton School: Course Outline - Antitrust (6) Antitrust: Collusion Section 1 of the Sherman Act and Criminal Penalties for Per Se Violations
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