LGST 410 Business Law

LGST 410 examines the basic legal element of almost every business transaction -- a contract. The course focuses on how businesspeople form and perform contracts, as well as possible remedies for breach of a contract. In addition to contracts, the course examines negotiable instruments and how they function in the banking system. The course then focuses on the general rights of creditors and how bankruptcy affects creditor rights. Business Law presents material on the structure of business organizations, including mergers and consolidations, and the use of agents in business. The course concludes with a variety of special topics including property law, landlord-tenant law, insurance law, estate law, and professional liability law. This course is required for the legal studies in business major.

pre-rec: LGST 301.