BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS

Venue:

USA: Atlanta, Georgia| Columbus, Ohio| Houston, Texas| Minnesota| New York

London (UK); Dubai

 

Price:                  $8,000

Duration:            2 Weeks

Dates:

November 5 – November 16, 2012

December 3 – December 14, 2012

January 7 – January 18, 2013

February 4 – February 15, 2013

March 4 – March 15, 2013

April 8 – April 19, 2013

May 6 – May 17, 2013

June 3 - June 14, 2013

July 1 - July 12, 2013

August 5 - August 16, 2013

September 2 - September 13, 2013

October 7 - October 18, 2013





 

The purpose of this module is to introduce delegates to the general principles of business law and to the legal complexities, issues and problems of conducting business on the Internet.

 

Technology has challenged many legal doctrines and fundamental principles upon which the law depends including such concepts as the reasonable person, protection and jurisdiction. Thus this module attempts to explore the effect of technologies on several areas of the law with particular emphasis on legal principles and doctrines affecting commerce on the Internet.

 

 

  1. Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the subject, delegates will be able to:

  • demonstrate an understanding of the legal system and legal reasoning;
  • comprehend the major areas of substantive law relevant to business;
  • identify, discuss and resolve legal issues relevant to business law arising out of commonly encountered fact situations;
  • identify areas of the legal system in need of change;
  • anticipate and plan to avoid legal problems.
  • understand the principles of the law of contract and to appreciate how relevant doctrines relating to the law of contract have been challenged by Internet Technology;
  • develop a broad appreciation of the law of tort in relation to electronic commerce.
  • independently comment on the writings of the Western tradition on moral philosophy
  • address a selection of common ethical dilemmas arising in business and professional life
  • describe the links between ethics and political economy
  • understand and improve the ethical climate in their present or future place of work.

 

. Indicative Content:

  • Copyright, exclusive rights, subject matter of copyright, infringement, direct infringement, contributory infringement, various liability, and trademark.
  • Principles of the law of tort, negligence, negligent misstatement, equipment, malfunctions, economic loss, contractual limitations of liability, defamation criminal liability, computer fraud, Electronic Communications Privacy Act, Obscene and Indecent Transmission.
  • Employment contracts: contracts of service and for services, unfair and wrongful dismissal, and redundancy remedies of employee.
  • Basic Principles of Company Law, formation and formalities, registration of shares, charges, directors and directors’ shareholdings, contractual capacity of a company, statutory books, records and returns. Computers, Ethics and Society.



Hands on training
For Professionals and Executives

Maxim

Experts in Talent Development and Business Consultancy

 

Training Location

 

Holiday Inn, Wembley London

HA9 8DS

 

Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel

Opposite Burjuman Shopping Mall

Dubai, UAE

 



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