Levin College of Law

Course Number: LAW 6063 Credits: 3

This course is the introductory course on corporation law. Among other topics, the course covers the governance structure of corporations, limited liability and veil piercing, fiduciary duty, and shareholder derivative suits, and it may cover certain aspects of securities regulation including proxy solicitation, securities fraud, and insider trading. Combined with Unincorporated Business Entities, this course is intended to provide students with a foundational background in a wide spectrum of business organizations. Corporations serves as a prerequisite to most upper level corporate and business transactional courses including Securities Regulation, Corporate Finance, and Mergers & Acquisitions.