Commercial and Business Law

Commercial and business law is the body of rules, whether by convention, agreement, or national or international legislation, governing the dealings between persons in commercial matters. There are two distinctive areas within business law: the regulation of commercial entities by the laws of company, partnership, agency, and bankruptcy and the regulation of commercial transactions by the laws of contract and related fields.

Faculty Teaching in this Area:

Prof. Timothy Arcaro
Prof. Ronald Brown
Prof. Jane Cross
Prof. Debra Curtis
Prof. Douglas Donoho
Prof. Michael Flynn
Prof. Linda Harrison
Prof. Ishaq Kundawala
Prof. Elena Marty-Nelson
Prof. Roma Perez
Prof. Florence Shu-Acquaye

Core Courses:

Agency
Bankruptcy Law
Business Entities
Corporate Finance
Corporate Workshop
Remedies
Securities Regulation
UCC: Negotiable Instruments Law
UCC: Sales
UCC: Secured Transactions

Specialty Courses:

Admiralty
Antitrust Law
Bankruptcy Workshop
Business Planning Workshop
Business Practice Clinic Full time
Charitable Organizations Workshop
Comparative Corporate Governance Seminar
Construction Law
Consumer Protection
Corporate Tax
Energy Law
Entertainment Law
Gambling Law
International Business Transactions
International Sales & Arbitration
Law of E-commerce
Law, Finance & Markets Seminar
Nonprofit Organizations
Regulation of Financial Institutions
Travel Law Seminar

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