This is a course in financial economics as applied to legal problems. Topics include economics of valuation (including consideration of risk and return and the capital asset pricing model), the efficient market hypothesis (theories, evidence, and limits... Learn more
This is the basic course in corporation law. It emphasizes counseling and planning, business background, statutory developments, and social policy considerations. The course briefly considers incorporation of an enterprise, including factors relating to... Learn more
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