Law 271: International Business Transactions*

Quarter: *Law School Winter Semester 2017
Instructor: R. Steinberg R. Steinberg

This course examines the legal framework of private international business transactions, including: the international sale of goods; bills of lading; letters of credit; government regulation of imports and exports; technology transfer and intellectual property protection; and forms and regulation of foreign direct investment. These topics are considered generally and in specific comparative context across countries (including industrialized countries, non-market and transitional economies, and developing countries) and across types of transaction subject matter (e.g. technology transfer, sale of goods). In addition to taking the final examination, each student will be assigned to a small group that will be responsible for considering and answering questions about a narrowly defined international business law problem. *Law courses are on semester system. This course is under Spring 2017 semester please check class schedule for start date.