Law of Enterprise Organization - A study of the legal aspects of organizing, financing, and operating a business enterprise, with emphasis on the law of agency, partnerships, corporations, secured credit financing, and commercial paper. The course includes coverage of business ethics, corporate social responsibilities, and consumer credit regulations. It also examines the law of mergers and acquisitions and securities. Cases are used to illustrate the application of legal principles to actual business problems. The method of instruction combines lecture and class discussion.
LHC 306 satisfies the BBA core law requirement. It is also offered as an elective for students who may have taken LHC 305. This course also satisfies the business
law course requirements for accountants in several jurisdictions.