Welcome - Corporate Transactions LAWS 2129   Corporate Transactions
The purpose of this course is to provide exposure to the structure of, and the legal issues involved with several types of transactions in which corporations will typically engage. Course lectures will introduce and provide background on the specifics of typical corporate transactions and the responsibilities of the lawyer involved. Students will then apply the content of the lectures in group assignments meant to simulate a typical corporate transaction and the negotiation between opposing counsel on both sides of the transaction. Examples of corporate transactions that might be explored include financing agreements, purchase and sale of a business, amalgamations, and franchise agreements.
NOTES: Assessment Method: Assignments and Quiz (80%), Class Participation (20%). This class does not meet the major paper requirement.
PREREQUISITES: Business Associations
RESTRICTIONS: This class is open to third year students only. Student cannot take both Information Technology Transactions and Corporate Transactions.