Ross School of Business

Business Law


The Stephen M. Ross School of Business is widely regarded as a leading center for research on legal issues that shape business operations and decision-making. Faculty research includes employment law, government regulation of business activities, corporate governance, the legal framework of negotiation, and parent-subsidiary relations. The Ross School of Business also is known for research that focuses on the role of the law in promoting ethical conduct within organizations and meeting societal expectations of socially responsible behavior more generally.
 

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