228 Startups and Venture Capital (4)
Discussion - 4 hours. This course introduces students to the various legal and business considerations involved in forming and operating an emerging growth business. The course uses a hypothetical start-up business as well as supplemental readings, sample agreements and class discussions to help students identify and deal effectively with the numerous issues presented to legal counsel in the start up and operation of a growth oriented business, including selecting and forming a business entity, structuring the economic benefits and management control among various owners, protecting intellectual property assets and raising capital. Class Limit: 15 students.
Please note: students who have already taken Business Planning and Drafting are not eligible to take this course.Prerequisites: 215 Business Associations must be completed before enrollment.
Graduation Requirements: Counts towards Professional Skills Requirement.
Final Assessment: None
- This course has an attendance policy.
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