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Reviews the origin, nature and scope of international law; examines the bases for jurisdiction; sovereign immunity; dispute resolution; US export controls; trade regulation; and extraterritorial application of US laws governing international business transactions. Also examines the legal aspects of establishing an overseas operation; joint venturing abroad; using a foreign distributor; exporting technology; and the Export Administration Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and relevant antitrust laws .
Units: 3 , Offered: Fall 2016