This is a Law and Business course that focuses on legal issues, financing considerations, and business strategies involved in a typical acquisition and disposition. The course is based on a simulation of a taxable stock sale of a significant subsidiary of a public company. The goal is to introduce students to the art of doing a deal. Students act as counsel in structuring the transaction, performing due diligence, drafting and negotiating the transaction documents, and preparing to close the deal.
Grading: Letter graded
Prerequisite(s): Required: Professional Responsibility, APLLC, and either Corporations or The Start-Up Business EnterpriseRecommended: Law and Business: Accounting and Finance for the Business Enterprise, Negotiation, Securities Regulation.Transactions and Settlements is strongly recommended as a pre- or corequisite. Beginning spring semester 2015, Transactions and Settlements is a required pre- or corequisite.
Credits: 4 credits
‹ back to All Course Descriptions