Course Description

This course, offered by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is the second part of a comprehensive study of corporate and commercial law. Building upon the foundational knowledge gained in Corporate & Commercial Law I, this course delves deeper into the legal aspects of business forms, financing, and governmental regulation. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and interactive exercises, students will explore the various forms of business organizations, including partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies. They will also learn about the legal implications of different financing options, such as debt and equity, and how to navigate the complex regulatory landscape governing businesses. This course is designed for individuals who have a basic understanding of corporate and commercial law and are looking to further their knowledge and skills in this area. It is especially beneficial for professionals in fields such as corporate accounting, business process management, finance, leadership and management, regulations and compliance, securities trading, strategy, entrepreneurship, financial management, and investment management. With a rating of