Commercial Law

Commercial law regulates the operation of the marketplace, including transactions between businesses and between a consumer and a business. Four courses focus on various portions of the Uniform Commercial Code: Secured Transactions (Articles 2A and 9), Secured Transactions and Commercial Paper, Commercial Paper—Payment Systems (primarily Articles 3, 4, and 4A), and Creditors’ Rights and Debtors’ Protection (state law debt collection and bankruptcy). Advanced courses focus on consumer transactions, the banking industry, and international commercial transactions.


Courses

Foundation Courses

  • Secured Transactions (6280)
  • Secured Transactions and Commercial Paper (6281)
  • Commercial Paper—Payment Systems (6282)
  • Creditors’ Rights and Debtors’ Protection (6284)
  • Business Bankruptcy and Reorganization (6285)
  • Banking Law (6290)

Advanced Courses

  • Venture Capital Law (6259)
  • Regulation of Derivatives (6261)
  • E-Commerce (6283)
  • Consumer Protection Law (6286)
  • Admiralty (6293)
  • Sports and the Law (6295)
  • Insurance (6298)
  • Entertainment Law (6475)
  • International Business Transactions (6522)
  • International Banking and Investment Law (6542)
  • Introduction to Transactional Islamic Law (6557)
  • International Business Transactions Seminar (6564)
  • Consumer Mediation Clinic (6620)


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS