Distinguish between employees and independent contractors.
Describe laws protecting intellectual property, environment, and consumer rights.
Explain government regulation of employer-employee relationships.
Describe the evolution of employment law.
Describe the formation and dissolution of a corporation.
Explain the actions which may result in the piercing of the corporate veil.
Differentiate business entities by their advantages and disadvantages.
Contracts and Commerce
Differentiate between types of interests in property.
Explain the application of the Uniform Commercial Code to commercial transactions.
Describe the elements of a valid contract.
Assess business situations for tort liability and defenses.
Describe the stages of a civil case.
Evaluate the social responsibility of business practices.
Explain the relationship between business and the legal environment.
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