|Course Name||Business Associations (Non-NCA)|
|Course Code||LAW 6838|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||Anti-Requisite: LAW 6845|
This course provides an introduction to the laws governing the predominant forms of business organization in Canada – sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships and corporations. The focus of the course is on business corporations, with particular reference to the Canada Business Corporations Act. The course canvasses such topics as: the creation and organization of the corporation; the corporation as a distinct entity from its shareholders; the capital structure and activities of the corporation; roles and duties of directors, officers and shareholders; corporate governance; shareholder agreements; shareholder derivative actions and other remedies; and introduction to corporate transactions (mergers and acquisitions). Please note that this course is identical to LAW 6845 - Business Associations with the sole exception that students in LAW 6838 will write a Significant Research Paper instead of an invigilated final exam. Students in LAW 6838 will share a schedule and course website with students registered in LAW 6845. This version of the course is only for those who are interested in the subject but don't want to write a final exam. It should be noted that this course DOES NOT satisfy the NCA's Business Organizations competency. Students wishing to satisfy the NCA's Business Organizations competency should enroll in LAW 6845.
|Specialization||International Business Law|
|Location||Osgoode Hall - 4700 Keele St|
|Method of Evaluation||Final paper in lieu of invigilated final exam.|
|Available for SCE||Yes|
This is not a separate class. Instead, it is an alternate method of evaluation for a section of LAW 6845. Students opting to submit a final paper instead of writing the invigilated final exam in LAW 6845 will be registered in LAW 6838.
All courses and schedules are subject to change.