LAW 2793 - Business Planning Seminar
This seminar will focus on basic business planning concepts and apply them to a business venture over its life cycle. We will analyze, in an integrated manner, the impact of corporate, securities and tax law on choice of entity, partnership/limited liability company formation, incorporation, equity financing through private placements and initial public offerings, corporate restructurings and the eventual sale of the business. Significant emphasis will be placed on understanding the business issues and counseling the client. This course is targeted to third year students with a strong interest in business, in general, and corporate practice in particular.
Prerequisites & Notes
Business Organizations and Federal Income Taxation of Individuals. Suggested additional prerequisites or co-requisites: Securities Regulation and Federal Income Taxation of Corporations. Enrollment is limited.
Credits: 2 or 3
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