This is an introductory course to law—its nature, development, flexibility and growth and to the legal environment of business, with particular emphasis on contract law dealing with the offer, acceptance, reality of consent, consideration, capacity to contract, illegality, the Statute of Frauds, the rights of third parties, the
performance of contracts, and remedies. It includes a study of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Restatement (Second) of Contracts,
the Uniform Partnership Act and the Model Business Corporation Act; the law of agency, of partnership, of corporations, and the area of
government regulation of business dealing with the interrelationships of economics and the law; the Sherman Antitrust Act; the Robinson-
Patman Act; the Federal Trade Commission Act; and other related laws governing economic competition.
Alternate Technology Access Plan: In registering for a Distance Education course (Cable or Web) the student is responsible for finding immediate alternate access to a computer with Internet connectivity or cable television should that student experience technical difficulties. Technical difficulties can include but are not limited to problems with a student's computer hardware/software; inoperability of a student's VCR or DVR; or lack of service by a student's Internet Service Provider (ISP) or Cable Provider. Technical issues do not constitute the extension of an assignment, project, quiz or exam deadline unless agreed upon by the instructor.
An Alternate Technology Access Plan will be made by the student prior to the start of the semester and should be implemented immediately upon encountering technical difficulties. The student is required to continue course work as a result of having an alternate plan of access while independently resolving any technical issues with hardware/software, VCR/DVD, ISP, or Cable Provider.