Business Law, Employment Law, Administrative Law, Intellectual Property Law, Contract Law, Taxation Law, Corporate Law
Fundamental Course of Business Law, Employment Law & Administrative Law (101 level)
What is business law? Business law is a broad term that encompasses all the legal rules and regulations that govern the conduct of business. It includes laws related to contracts, torts, property, and intellectual property.
Why is business law important? Business law is important because it helps to ensure that businesses operate fairly and ethically. It also helps to protect businesses from legal liability.
What are some common areas of business law? Some common areas of business law include contract law, tort law, property law, intellectual property law, employment law, and environmental law.
Employment law is a body of law that governs the relationship between employers and employees. It includes laws related to wages, hours, discrimination, and workplace safety.
Employment law is important because it protects the rights of employees and ensures that they are treated fairly. It also helps to ensure that workplaces are safe and healthy.
Some common areas of employment law include wage and hour law, discrimination law, and workplace safety law.
Administrative law is a body of law that governs the way that administrative agencies operate. Administrative agencies are government agencies that are responsible for carrying out specific laws and regulations.
Administrative law is important because it ensures that administrative agencies operate fairly and in accordance with the law. It also helps to protect the rights of individuals who interact with administrative agencies.
Some common areas of administrative law include rulemaking, adjudication, and enforcement.
In this master course, I would like to teach the 5 major topics:
1. Introduction and importance of business law, employment law and administrative law
2. Rules of business law, Companies Act in Europe, United States and Asian Countries
3. Business policies and practices are influenced by employment law in an organization
4. How administrative law is related to constitutional law in public administration
5. How to Become a corporate business lawyer, employment lawyer and an administrative lawyer
Who this course is for:
- All UG and PG Students of Law, Business, Political Science, Economics and Public Administration
- Interested students to learn about the Business Law, Employment Law & Administrative Law