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ENTR 335. Entrepreneurship Law

Credits: 3
Department: Management
Description: Legal topics for entrepreneurs including franchise laws, law of agency, employment laws, forms of business organization, exiting a business, torts, liability, intellectual property, consumer protection, taxes, wills and estates, and landlord and tenant laws.
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Research and analyze how to create a legal business.
2. Analyze the effects of government regulations on small business.
3. Explain laws relating to starting, operating, and exiting a small business.
4. Examine the effect of federal, state, and local taxes on small businesses.
5. Explain intellectual property laws.
6. Discuss and examine consumer protection and property laws.

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