10900 Corporate Law 1

Credits: 4 advanced credits in Management or in Accounting or in Law

Prerequisites: 36 credits, including one of the following: Introduction to Accounting, Accounting Principles for Students of Accounting. Students must also fulfill all English requirements and take bibliographic instruction in the Library.

Author: Hadara Bar-Mor

The course discusses legal aspects important for accounting, management, and social science students. It focuses on the limited company which is the most efficient corporation for economic activity.

Topics:The Corporation essence, classification, categorization; The legal entity; Capital raising and stock issues; corporate governance and management;Reporting requirements; Remedies and relief in corporate law; Structure change and liquidation.


1Students may write a seminar paper in this course, although it is not required. Students studying toward a degree in Accounting with a Division of Studies in Economics may not write a seminar paper in this course.