International Business Transactions   [Archived Catalog]
School of Law 2012-2013 Academic Catalog

LAW 706 - International Business Transactions

Credits, 2-3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces students to fundamental international business law principles and concepts. The course will provide a general overview of how international business contracts are formed and performed. International trade organizations and agreements will also be covered, such as the World Trade Organization, regional trade agreements (e.g., NAFTA), and international trade conventions. Domestic laws (primarily U.S.) governing international business transactions also will be discussed, including those involving trade embargoes, import and export controls, anti-bribery laws, and foreign investment controls.