International Business Transactions

Law 279






This course focuses on international business transactions from the perspective of the private sector. It emphasizes issues that are peculiar to, or especially prevalent in, the formation and enforcement of international contracts. It also considers the advantages and disadvantages of various forms of doing business internationally through agencies and distributorships, licensing agreements, franchising, joint ventures, and the establishment of branches or subsidiaries. The final part of the course examines the unique challenges of dispute resolution in the context of cross-border transactions.

Related courses include International Law, International Trade, International Intellectual Property, Comparative Law, Law and Development, and International Arbitration.


J. Coyle

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