Prerequisites: GE Foundation requirement, one or more Explorations courses; upper-division standing.
Incorporates an integrated coverage of the economic, legal, ethical and regulatory environment of consumers in avoiding and resolving disputes regarding fraudulent transactions, financial matters, personal and real property contracts, torts, credit and investment issues, and family relationships. Team taught.
(Lecture-Discussion 3 hours.) Same course as CAFF 309I and FIN 309I. Not open for credit to students with credit in CAFF 309I.
Forms of business organizations, employment law, securities law, environmental law, anti-trust issues, and international transactions. Social, cultural and economic influences on domestic and multinational corporations. Exploration of relationship of government to business. Introduction to business ethics.
Not open for credit to students with credit in FIN 320. Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisite: BLAW 320, IS 301.
Subsidiaries, joint ventures and other forms of international business operations. Effects of treaties, laws and policies of governments on business operations.Resolution of business and investment disputes, protection of property rights, the financing and taxing of international operations, and ethical issues.
Not open for credit to students with credit in FIN 424. Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisite: FIN 340, IS 301.
Basic principles of real estate law as related to conveyances, titles, private and public restrictions on the use of land, escrows, community property and financial transactions.
Not open for credit to students with credit in FIN 425. Letter grade only (A-F).