Course Number 1238-3220-01
Course Name Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Academic Unit The Coller School of Management -
Global Mba
Lecturer Prof. Justin David LevinsonContact
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Office HoursBy appointment
Mode of Instruction Lecture
Semester Units 1
Semester 2020/2
Date Range 09/05/2021 - 25/06/2021
Day Tue
Hours 08:30-11:15
Studies are held weekly, on dates specified above, Course is taught in English
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Short Course Description

This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship law, contextualized in a global business world, with a particular focus on the United States and Israel. Whether students are interested primarily in start-ups, big business, technology generation, international relations, or law, this course will provide a core understanding of how to start and build businesses in global context. It will introduce students to the basics of entrepreneurship and related laws in the United States, and then will compare concepts to the global marketplace. It will pay particular attention to connecting concepts to on-the-ground examples, and students will develop practical skill sets that will have real world importance (e.g. venture capital term sheet negotiation, contract drafting). Furthermore, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, it will situate entrepreneurship law within the context of the current global crisis.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of the course, the student will:

* obtain working knowledge of the core principles of law relevant to high growth entrepreneurial industries including: starting a business, corporate fundraising, venture capital, preferred stock, fiduciary duties, intellectual property protection, debt, and more.

* develop and expand legal problem-solving capabilities, and especially to enhance the ability to apply legal doctrine under a variety of conditions.

* begin to establish an identity as a businessperson with legal competencies, and to develop a sense of the ethical and professional responsibilities that come along with legal knowledge.

* understand the ethical responsibilities of lawyers and corporate leaders; the effect of legal institutions on society; the development of problem solving, research, written and oral communication skills; critical thinking designed to serve life-long learning, and the connectedness of a diverse and cross-cultural world.

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Course Requirements

Final Exam

Students may be required to submit additional assignments
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