Entrepreneurship and the Law
What you’ll learn
This course offers an intensive and practical survey of the critical legal and transactional matters facing start-ups and emerging businesses. In an interactive environment using a combination of case analysis, class discussions, group presentations, and real-world insights, students will learn about the foundational legal considerations involved in starting a business
and establishing a sustainable organization. Topics include choice of business form; corporate governance; labor and employment law; intellectual property; privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity; capital raising; and common deal structures.
Beginning Thursday, June 3, 2021, class will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m ET.
Fred Tecce, Managing Partner & IP Practice Group Leader, Ice Miller, LLP
ML Foundation Courses (-301 courses) (per class/CU)
- Tuition: $7,092.00
- General fee: $442.00
- Learning fee: $134.00
Enrollment requests for Entrepreneurship and the Law can be made by following the instructions linked here. Enrollment requests and confirmation of enrollment will be separately confirmed via email.