Course Information

Course Number

352

Credits

3

Area of Study & Practice

  • International, Transnational, and Comparative Law

International Business Transactions

Examines the legal and regulatory context in which international investment and sales take place. Topics covered include regulatory structures, finance, intellectual property rights, firm structure and antitrust. The course will concentrate on U.S. law but also will address international and supranational law as it applies to these topics.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Paul B. Stephan
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2014
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Suzanne Katzenstein
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2013
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2012
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2011
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2010
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2009
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2008
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Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2007
E-mail ListBlackboard Site

Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2006

Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2005

Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2004

Charles O. Verrill, Jr.
International Business Transactions 352.01
Spring 2003