This course is the second course in a two-part series on corporate and commercial law. In this part, we focus on three main topics: business organizations, business financing, and governmental regulation. In the first module, we discuss the characteristics of a number of the most common forms of business entities, such as corporations and LLCs. Module two is devoted to debtor-creditor relationships, including bank financing, debt financing, secured transactions, and bankruptcy. We wrap up the course with two modules that focus on the most important aspects of governmental regulation, including the process by which administrative agencies make rules, and the regulation of anti-competitive behavior and securities transactions.
Length: 4 Weeks
Effort: 6-8 hours per week
Price: FREE (Add a verified certificate for £58)
Provider: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign via Coursera
Subject: Business Law
Instructors: Professor Michael R Fricke
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Required Corporate & Commercial Law II: Business Forms, Financing & Governmental Regulation
By University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign via Coursera (28 Hours)