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Business Law for Entrepreneurs (BLAW-911-5)
0.50 Credit
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Description:
This course was formerly known as BLAW 911-A/BLAW 911-B
This course provides the would-be entrepreneur with a working knowledge of certain essential substantive areas of the law and the ability to work with and use lawyers effectively. The focus is on the practical legal considerations in forming and sustaining an entrepreneurial enterprise, including entity organization, not-for-profit securities laws, employment benefits, financing, taxation and intellectual property law.

Prerequisites:
None



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