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LAW445 Administrative Law for Busines

Lead Faculty: Bryan Hance J.D., LL.M

Course Description

An advanced survey of administrative law and procedure and manner in which the various state and federal agencies are a part of the integral workings of business operations, including, but not limited to, the areas of environmental operations, employee relations, consumer good regulations, occupational safety.

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the basic concepts and structure of the various administrative agencies impacting business.
  • Describe how administrative agencies regulate business and the economy.
  • Understand the jurisdictions of each agency to regulate and the origin of that jurisdiction.
  • Know how to obtain the appropriate statutes that control each agency, and research the regulations which are promulgated by each agency.
  • Identify the difference between criminal, civil and administrative law.
  • Know how to prepare for an administrative agency inspection or audit.
  • Prepare for an administrative hearing, including presentation of evidence.
  • Understand the impact of administrative violations on business operations.
  • Understand a business' rights under appeal from an administrative finding of violation.