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COURSE SYLLABUS BUSINESS LAW 308: BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS, AGENCY, AND EMPLOYMENT LAW Professor Zucker Spring 2012 Office: JH 4235 Telephone: (818) 677-3964 Email: [email protected] Website: http//www.csun.edu/~bz51361 Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday: 12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. Tuesday: 12:45 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Course Objectives as Stated in University Catalog: Study of the role of law in business including the study of legal institutions and their role in facilitating and regulating business. Includes agency, employment law, and the various forms of business organizations. Course Text: The text for the course is Dynamic Business Law, Second Edition, by Kubasek, Browne, et. al. (McGraw-Hill Publishing.) IT IS A CUSTOM BOOK COMPILED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CLASS THROUGH MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING/PRIMIS ONLINE. Follow the link below to find the relevant book: https://create.mcgraw-hill.com/shop/ The ISBN Number is: 9781121433878. In addition, you are required to subscribe to the Wall Street Journal – (Student Subscription) Details will be given on the first day of class. Class Preparation, Attendance, and Case Briefs: It is absolutely vital that you prepare each assignment in advance for each class meeting. Every assigned case must be briefed in writing and on separate paper. Directions on briefing cases will be given during the first week of class. You will be called at random throughout the semester to discuss your briefs. It is crucial that you are prepared to discuss your brief. At the end of each class session, I will tell the class which case brief(s) will be discussed in the next class session. 1You must attend class. You will not be able to learn the course material or develop the skills needed unless you attend regularly. Fifteen percent (15%) of your final course grade is based upon class attendance and professionalism. In addition, if you miss more than four class sessions, your final grade in the course will be reduced one level. For example, if your total points equate to a “C” for the semester (including the 15% component for participation/attendance), it will be reduced to a “C-“ if you miss more than four class sessions. If you miss more than 50% of the total class sessions, you will receive an “F” in the course. Exams and Grading: There will be three (3) exams, worth 28.3% for the first two, and 28.4% for the final one. The exams will consist of multiple-choice and/or short essay questions. Attendance and professionalism is worth 15% of the course grade. The exams will be as follows: Exam I: February 21, 2012 Exam II: March 27, 2012 Exam III Final Exam Period (See Spring 2012 Schedule of Classes) Except in the most extraordinary circumstances, there will be no make-up exams. If for some reason you must miss an exam, you should arrange to take this course another semester. Grades are determined by a careful process designed to ensure fairness. Therefore, grades will not be changed unless there has been a clerical or computational error. Grading System: Grade Weighted Grade Points A 93-100 A- 90-92 B+ 87-89 B 83-86 B- 80-82 C+ 77-79 C 73-76 C- 70-72 D+ 67-69 D 63-66 D- 60-62 F 0- 59 2This grading system utilizes plus/minus grades. There is no “curve” or other such grade adjustment in this class. Class sessions: Each class session will typically include an opportunity for questions regarding material from the previous class session; lecture; and discussion. Learning objectives for class sessions: In presenting case briefs and answering the professor’s questions regarding the case, students will develop their oral communication skills as well as their ability to apply concepts learned in the course to situations arising in the business environment. In-class group exercises are designed to increase students’ understanding of the course material, and to develop the ability to make effective decisions in business that will prevent liability and enforce rights.


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