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LGLS 4080 - Legal Issues in International Business


3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites: BUSA 2106 or LGLS 3610 or Consent of Instructor.
Requirements: Must meet RCB upper division course requirements and 45 semester hours.

Description
This course addresses the business and legal issues of international trade and private commercial transactions and associated concerns. The course covers all types of international business transactions: import/export, distributorships, technology transfers, and foreign direct investment. The course also addresses the international regulation of trade and international dispute resolution. Students will learn practical strategies for negotiating international contracts, working with overseas agents and partners, protecting intellectual property rights, and managing cross-cultural, commercial, political, and other concerns in international transactions.



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