Law Courses in Business Law Studies

Compare 5 Law Courses in Business Law Studies

Many educational institutions offer law courses.  Universities often offer these courses as well. Each may include learning options such as online instruction and require classroom participation. These types of courses may help students to hone their field of legal specialty.

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Law and Business in China

Executive M.B.L.HSG, University of St. Gallen
Campus Full time 5 - 6 days August 2018 China Shanghai Switzerland St.Gallen + 2 more

How do you gain a foothold, and maximize potential opportunities, in the world’s largest market and successfully navigate its ever changing legal landscape? The module at the internationally renowned Fudan University in Shanghai focuses on the peculiarities of the Chinese economic and legal system. [+]

Law Courses in Business Law Studies. How do you gain a foothold, and maximize potential opportunities, in the world’s largest market and successfully navigate its ever changing legal landscape? The module at the internationally renowned Fudan University in Shanghai focuses on the peculiarities of the Chinese economic and legal system. From a western perspective, the differing approaches to important matters as intellectual property protection – including patents, copyright, trademarks - property rights, accounting and financial regulation, and tax and contract law, as well as Chinese company law, are of particular interest. The module will also examine Chinese legal culture by looking at traditional ways of resolving disputes. Chinese Culture and the Legal System Features of the Chinese Economy IP Law Corporate Law, M&A Accounting and Taxation Chinese Antitrust Law Branding and Marketing Labour and Social Security Law Business Criminal Law [-]

Competition Law

Executive M.B.L.HSG, University of St. Gallen
Campus Full time 5 - 6 days January 2018 Belgium Brussels Switzerland St.Gallen + 2 more

Whether competition law protects consumers, the market structure, or both, is the subject of an ongoing discussion in academia and practice. The traditional interpretation of competition rules has been challenged by a more economic approach. [+]

Whether competition law protects consumers, the market structure, or both, is the subject of an ongoing discussion in academia and practice. The traditional understanding of competition rules has been challenged by a more economic approach. Whereas the purpose and interpretation of competition law have always been controversial, today, there is no doubt about its capital: Brussels has proven to be a global center of competition law and policy, attracting experts from the entire world. Thus, the Flying Classroom could not be closer to recent developments in European and global competition law, than in the EU capital. Competition Economics The Fight against Cartels Abuse of Dominance U.S. and EU Antitrust Global Antitrust Merger Control State Aid Control Leniency, Compliance, Settlements Private Enforcement of Competition Rules Competition Law Compliance [-]

Competition Law Course

BAU International Academy of Rome
Campus Full time 10 days October 2017 Italy Rome

This course can be either offered in 6 weeks throughout 3 months, 10hrs per week and 15hrs in the final week to be conducted at BAU International Berlin, BAU International University Washington DC or at BAU Bahcesehir University Istanbul, for a total amount of 6 ECTS credits; or concentrated in 30hrs over 10 days for a full immersion in Competition Law in the global arena with 3 ECTS credits, that can be combined with either Intellectual Property Law or Legal English. [+]

Law Courses in Business Law Studies. This course can be either offered in 6 weeks throughout 3 months, 10hrs per week and 15hrs in the final week to be conducted at BAU International Berlin, BAU International University Washington DC or at BAU Bahcesehir University Istanbul, for a total amount of 6 ECTS credits; or concentrated in 30hrs over 10 days for a full immersion in Competition Law in the global arena with 3 ECTS credits, that can be combined with either Intellectual Property Law or Legal English. Intended learning outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to: Gain a knowledge of competition law in its historical evolution and connections with the European social law Acquire an understanding of the topic in its legal dimension (doctrine, legal literature and cases) Be able to carry out a critical evaluation of the provision of the Treaties, either those designed for business either those applicable to States Demonstrate understanding of the most relevant topics Know how to apply rules to cases Be able to engage in the analysis of the best practices and choose the right applicable solutions Learning and teaching strategies What you will do: Examination of individual court cases studies from famous trade marks infringements Formal lectures Visiting speakers/videos and workshops Seminar group work Organizational simulations Transferable skills Students will: Develop multinational legal skills Demonstrate scenario analysis and planning skills Develop systemic analysis tools and self awareness Assessment criteria Students will: Mid written oral test (30%) Individual written... [-]

Intellectual Property Law Course

BAU International Academy of Rome
Campus Full time 10 days October 2017 Italy Rome

This course can be either offered in 6 weeks throughout 3 months, 10hrs per week and 15hrs in the final week to be conducted at BAU International Berlin, BAU International University Washington DC or at BAU Bahcesehir University Istanbul for a total amount of 6 ECTS credits; or concentrated in 30hrs over 10 days for a full immersion in Intellectual Property Rights for a total amount of 4 ECTS credits, that can be combined with either Competition Law or Legal English. [+]

This course can be either offered in 6 weeks throughout 3 months, 10hrs per week and 15hrs in the final week to be conducted at BAU International Berlin, BAU International University Washington DC or at BAU Bahcesehir University Istanbul for a total amount of 6 ECTS credits; or concentrated in 30hrs over 10 days for a full immersion in Intellectual Property Rights for a total amount of 4 ECTS credits, that can be combined with either Competition Law or Legal English. Intended learning outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to: Understand the difference between patents, trademarks and copyrights and the fundamentals to protect, buy and sell ideas and intellectual property Identify the additional issues that new technologies have raised in the field of intellectual property law, with practical applications to specific sectors (such as Music, Entertainment, Cinema) Understand the principles of patent, trademarks and copyrights registration and exploitation in a global market of open innovation, taking into account ethical limits, barriers and regulations imposed by specific markets, through case studies focused on the new emerging economies Be able to assess what can and cannot be protected, and what rights the owner does and does not obtain Be able to critically analyze the business models generated by the new economy of the intangibles Learning and teaching strategies What you will do: Examination of individual court cases studies from famous trade marks infringements Formal lectures Visiting speakers/videos and workshops Seminars and teamworks Game and mock up sessions... [-]

Postgraduate Certificate Intellectual Property Law

Brunel University: College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
Campus Part time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Uxbridge

The Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property is designed for trainee patent attorneys and others working within, or embarking on, a career in intellectual property law and practice. This part-time programme provides a comprehensive overview of theoretical, practical and management aspects of intellectual property. [+]

Law Courses in Business Law Studies. About the course The Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property is designed for trainee patent attorneys and others working within, or embarking on, a career in intellectual property law and practice. This part-time programme provides a comprehensive overview of theoretical, practical and management aspects of intellectual property. The course is suitable for both law graduates and those with backgrounds in the sciences, technology, engineering and business. Non-graduates who currently work with intellectual property are also considered. No prior legal knowledge is required, as you will be introduced to essential legal principles as the course progresses. The course is accredited by the statutory regulator Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg) and the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys. Upon successful completion of the Intellectual Property Postgraduate Certificate, students who wish to qualify as Patent Attorney in the UK receive exemptions from the foundation level papers set by the qualifying examinations agencies (see more details in Special Features ). The programme starts at the end of September and goes through to March and it is delivered on Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm. This is a unique programme designed by the Law School to support Law Firms and the IP industry. The part-time nature of the course makes it possible to gain valuable knowledge of intellectual property law whilst in full-time employment. UK employers sponsor over 80% of students taking the course. Aims The programme will provide students with essential knowledge about the theoretical rationales and policy arguments for the... [-]