Prof. Richard G. Pizzano,
4 credits day; 4 credits evening.
Introduction to partnerships and corporations; law of Agency; organization of the corporation; promotion and pre-incorporation problems; de facto corporation; ultra vires, control of the corporation, corporate capital and financing; classes of stock; dividends, derivative suits; mergers, reorganizations and liquidation; federal laws, Blue Sky laws, and professional responsibility of the lawyer advising the business client. Although Corporations may be taken in either the second, third or fourth year, the faculty strongly urges students to take this course in their second year.
Meets Base Menu Requirement
Meets Financial Services Concentration Requirements
Meets Health/Biomedical Concentration Requirements
Meets Labor and Employment Law Concentration Requirements
Recommended for the Mass Bar
Final Exam Required
<<Course Updated: March 16, 2016>>