BUS 114 - Entrepreneurship Law
Entrepreneurship Law is designed to introduce the student to the constantly changing legal environment surrounding the operation of a business entity. The Securities Dealer) broker-dealer or a bank affiliate. The Series 6/Series 63 course will effectively prepare them for the qualifying exams (Series 6-Federal, Series 63-NYS). Requires broker/dealer sponsorship to sit for federal/state exams.
3 Class Hours, 1 Laboratory Hour
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. List and recognize the sources of the legal regulatory environment.
2. Detail the structure of the Court system as related to litigating a legal entrepreneurial issue.
3. Understand and be able to articulate the legal distinctions of the various types of business formations.
4. Prepare an enforceable contract.
5. Understand and be able to identify and respond to pending and existing legislation which will affect the entrepreneurial environment.
6. Detail the risks and responsibilities surrounding Tort Law.
7. Detail the nature and depth of the business owner's legal liability in the business workplace by preparing the requirements of an insurance policy.
8. Understand the ever changing role of E-Commerce by locating and detailing various e-commerce sites.
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