This course expands upon the material from Business Law I (an introduction to common law, specifically the law of tort and contracts). Commerce 382 is concerned primarily with the law and regulation relating to specific business activities (sales, marketing, leasing and bailment) and business relationships (business organizations, agency and credit relationships). Other topics which may be addressed include intellectual property, ownership of real property, insurance and employment law.

Restrictions: This course is restricted to students enrolled in the 3rd or 4th year of their program. May not be taken after beginning BCOM/JD combined degree program.

Prerequisites: COMM 381

Exclusions: No more than one course from COMM 382 or LAW 204/704