Business Regulation and Compliance (2020)

The course provides an overview of key regulations that impact business operations and the compliance strategies that businesses use to comply with such regulations. Topics will include regulation in the areas of anti-corruption, competition, employment, financial reporting, and health and safety. The course will also focus on the federal sentencing guidelines, whistleblower legislation, attorney ethical obligations when faced with potential enterprise criminal activity, and effective compliance procedures and practices. Students will benefit from hearing local business leaders share their experience in managing compliance related responsibilities. Students also will gain hands-on experience from working on exercises and case studies that apply the principles covered in the course.

Grading: Letter graded. Based on class participation, problem-solving exercises, and an exam.

Prerequisite(s): None

Credits: Three credits

Offered: Fall

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Business/Corporate/Commercial:: edit ::

Taught by: Peggy Kubicz Hall

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