Business Law I - Fall 2009-5

Business Law I - Fall 2009-5 - School of Business...

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School of Business Fall 2009 Semester COURSE: Business Law I - BUS 335 PROFESSOR : Nader A. Abadir, J.D., Esq. Phone: 201-835-201 Email: [email protected] OFFICE HOURS : By appointment TEXT : Cheeseman, Henry R. Business Law: Legal environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International Issues (7th edition) (required) RESOURCES: Powerpoint presentations used to guide classroom discussion; video clips shown to stimulate class discussion and spur critical thinking; and law-related websites for discussing real life business applications of legal principles COURSE DESCRIPTION: Analysis of the legal right and duties of businessmen with regard to contracts, agency, sales, negotiable instruments, employee and employer relationships, transfer of real and personal property, partnerships, corporations, and related topics. STUDENT LEARNING GOALS: All the goals below are to be carried out in an atmosphere of the highest scholarly standards of conduct. Student Learning Goals The Student will: Program Goals Nyack Core Goals Assignments &/or Assessments Used Gain a comprehensive and practical understanding of the Federal and State court systems, of the civil and criminal remedies and/or sanctions available to the businessperson, including Intellectual Property Rights and International Business Law issues. Show evidence of having factual knowledge needed for business Apply factual knowledge, concepts, theories and analytical methods to solve (a variety of) business problems and to capitalize on business opportunities. Students will attain an educational foundation in arts and humanities, science, mathematics, and social science. Students will recognize the value of economic, political, social, and organizational systems as tools for positive change. Exams, quizzes, homework assignments, class participation and case analysis Page 1 of 5
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Understand the nature, purpose and formation of contracts, the rights and obligations created by contracts, and all of the issues concerning breaches of contracts, and the remedies and defenses available to both parties Show evidence of having factual knowledge needed for business. Apply factual knowledge, concepts, theories and analytical methods to solve (a variety of) business problems and to capitalize on business opportunities. Students will demonstrate
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