This unit will equip the students with knowledge of relevant business rules and regulations to help them in managing contemporary business organisations dynamically and efficiently.
|1.||Critically review the Australian legal system and institutions relevant to commercial actors and advisors and argue its relevance in managing contemporary business organisations;|
|2.||Critically examine the general areas of contact and corporate law and regulation encountered by commercial actors in local and global settings;|
|3.||Commentate on the impact of political, economic and technological factors contributing to the evolution of commercial law;|
|4.||Justify legal rules in an ex post manner (i.e. apply to a predetermined set of facts, leading to a determinate outcome) or ex ante (the shadow of the law provides incentives for commercial actors to re-frame their transactions to achieve a commercially preferred outcome) in a range of given situations; and|
|5.||Deconstruct commercial transactions and exchanges within a legal framework and apply relevant legal rules and principles to resolve complex problems with creativity and initiative.|
|Assignment||Case Study - 500 words||10%|
|Assignment||Research Assignment - 2,000 words||30%|
|Examination||Final Examination - 3 hours (all topics)||60%|
Business and Corporations Law 3rd
Fitzpatrick J, Symes C, Veljanovski A, Parker D. (2017)
Lexis Nexis Butterworths
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