BUL 3322  Legal Issues in International Business credits: 3

This course gives the international business student an overview of the legal concepts affecting individuals and/or organizations that are involved in international business. The student will be exposed to a broad survey of legal issues multi-national businesses confront in the international market place, including treaty and convention benefits and limitations, differing legal regimes, international dispute resolution processes, principles of jurisdiction, international contract interpretation and implementation, monetary policies and laws as they relate to commerce, global information systems and intellectual property regulations, and international social and ethical issues affecting businesses and their operations.

Prerequisite: BUL 2131 or BUL 2241 and Admission to: INTBUS-BAS