2005_WINTER_BLAW_301_LEC_B3

2005_WINTER_BLAW_301_LEC_B3 - Uof A BUSINESS LAW 301 Winter...

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Uof A BUSINESS LAW 301 Winter Term 2005. Sections B3 & B5 Section B3 T/Th 0930 – 1050 HC L 3 Section B5 M-W-F 1600 - 1650 Bus 1-09 Instructor: Hilary Tanasichuk Barrister & Solicitor Office: School of Business Hub Mall Telephone: 492-2631 Email: [email protected] Course Content and Objectives: In this course students will be introduced to the Canadian legal system with selected studies of business organization, contracts and tort law. Upon completion of this course students should be able to recognize the parameters of the law that apply to many business situations and be able to take steps to manage the risk of business decisions predicated on analysis of the applicable law. Required Texts : Mitchell McInnes, et al.; Managing the Law: The Legal Aspects of Doing Business , 2003, Pearson Education Canada Inc., Prentice Hall, Toronto. Grading: Students will be required to participate in class discussion. Three examinations will be written and your performance will be graded on your ability to analyze factual situations, solve legal and business problems, and provide a well-reasoned and concise written argument to support your solutions. Any combination of multiple choice, true/false and short answer questions may be utilized to assess your knowledge and comprehension of the material. Exams will be written on-line in the computer labs in the Business School. The first midterm examination will be written during class time on Wednesday February
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