This course introduces students to fundamental legal concepts, principles, and issues that are relevant to Canadian business. It promotes an understanding of how these legal concepts and issues are applied to specific problems in business. Topics include an introduction to the Canadian legal system, the law of torts, and the law of contracts. An in-depth investigation is then made in specific areas of contract and business law, including: sale of goods, contracts, employment contracts, the law of agency, corporations, secured transactions, the law of real property and mortgages, and negotiable instruments. 2016/09/07-2016/12/14 Lecture Wednesday 02:00PM - 05:00PM, 4155 Belshaw, Room U031