Syllabus IBSL

Topics: Law, Arbitration, International trade / Pages: 5 (1175 words) / Published: Dec 30th, 2014
ISM- MBA Program
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW Seminar
Group: 2C: September 26-27, 2014
Group: 2D: October 10-11, 2014
Group 1A: January 9-10, 2015
Prof. Sara M. Johnson Email address: Smjohnson.cdn@gmail.com Address: 28 Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 75003. Paris

Number of credits: 1
Number of instructional hours: 16
Credit System: US

COURSE GOALS/OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The course will address the following topics:
How international business transactions help formulate and shape international business laws and regulations.
Types of risk associated with international business law.
How to resolve international business disputes.
Learn national and international trade regulations.
Diverse aspects of domestic (U.S. and EU) and international purchasing law including when a contract should be created under the CISG
How to approach issues stemming from international contracts

SUMMARY OF COURSE CONTENT (Please also see the Outline below)
The course will cover the range of legal issues that businesses face in international trade law in their everyday dealings as global corporations. The course will look to the American and European legal system, in light of their influence in the development of commercial law around the world, but it also views this system from a global perspective. International cases and discussion of current issues will bring to life the law's various analytic frameworks. The course is highly INTERACTIVE and participative therefore it is mandatory that students do the pre-class homework.

DESCRIPTION OF READINGS AND CASE MATERIALS
All readings, in the form of case materials and articles, will be posted on the Connect website or available on the Internet through links in this syllabus. Some readings are ‘pre-seminar quiz’ readings which must be completed for Day 1 quiz.

GRADING
Grades will be based 20% on a quiz administered on the morning of the first day of the seminar, 20% on class participation, and 60% on the final assignment.

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