u-e-lectures.com offers accredited MBA, EMBA, Juris Doctorus,
and LL.M courses Online via the Internet, by Professor E. Edward Siemens.
Courses that are presented are:
This is an innovative approach to delivering lectures. The ability to
view the lectures from anywhere worldwide, at anytime around the
clock, and as many times as desired, is particularly valuable to students who
do not have English as their primary language.
The Business Law course has been presented to several hundred MBA
and Juris Doctorus students with excellent feedback, and with a
marked increase in the students' grade point averages, and different
versions of the Corporate Governance course has been presented to
EMBA, MBA and LL.M classes. The e-lectures on both Business
Law and Corporate Governance have been adopted for Continuing Business Education
and for Continuing Legal Education.
Each of the courses offered, feature the following:
- may be tailored to comprise as to number of academic e-lectures,
- examinations may be held in-class or online,
- all e-lectures presented in an audio-video format,
- detailed course outline and syllabus provided.
- English without accent, utilizing an animated
- character, text of what is being said appears in
- a balloon, and enables viewers to listen and read
- at the same time.
- Over 1,000 power point type slides.
- Each course has a homepage with a
- click-able lecture outline.
- Each lecture is about 45 minutes in length,
- and has a click-able table of contents.
- Lectures may be viewed in full without interruption,
- or in 3-4 minute segments as chosen by the viewer,
- and all viewing may be stopped at anytime, and
- may be repeated as often as desired.
- All slide materials used in each lecture are
- compiled as e-Notes and may be printed-out.
- Each lecture ends with a self-testing quiz.
- A course text is prescribed.
- Mid-term and Final examinations provided, and
- may be conducted online or at the university,
- under faculty supervision.
- Student support by e-mail provided by
- Prof. Siemens throughout course.
- Summaries of individual student log-on
- reports may be provided upon completion.
- Courses are delivered on a fully secured
- website, with 99.9% up-time, and may be
- accessed 24 hours around the clock throughout
- semester from anywhere worldwide.
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organizations that wish to utilize the e-lectures for Continuing
Business or Legal Education, should obtain further particulars by contacting
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Business Law - Course Outline
- Nature of Law
- Judicial and Alternate Dispute Resolution
- Comparative & International Law
- Traditional Contracts
- e-Commerce contracts
- Contract Forms
- Discharge & Breach of Contracts
- Sales Contracts
- Lease Contracts
- Agency Law
- Liabilities of Principal and Agent
- Aspects of Negligence
- Assessment of Damages
- Professional Negligence
- Product Liability
- Business Ethics
- Business Crimes
- Business Entities
- Joint Ventures
- Intellectual Property
- Employment Laws
- Occupational Health & Safety
- Consumer Protection Laws
- Anti-trust Laws
- Credit Laws
- Bankruptcy Laws
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Corporate Governance - Course Outline
1.2 The pillars of Corporate Governance
1.2.2 Equal treatment of stakeholders
1.2.3 Protection of minority shareholders
2.2 State's interest in effective Governance
2.3 Joint Stock Company Act
2.4 Commercial Law and amendments
3.2 Corporate Veil
3.3 Business Judgment
3.4 Judicial Review
3.5 Other Limited Liability Organizations
3.5.1 State corporations
3.5.2 LP's LLP's
3.5.3 Non-profit Organizations).
- Director Duties
4.2 Fiduciary Duties
4.2.1. Duty of Care, Diligence and Skill
4.2.2. Duty of Loyalty
4.2.3. Duty of Compliance
- Directors' Duties and the:
5.3 Fellow Directors
5.6 Customers / Clients
- Financial and Reporting Responsibilities
6.1 Disclosures and Reporting
6.2 The Audit Committee of the Board of Directors
6.3 Global Best Practices of Audit Committees
6.4 Implementing Best Practices
- Director Liabilities
8.1 Limited Liabilities
8.3 Protection of minority shareholders
8.4 Derivative actions
- Securities Law
9.3 Insider Trading
9.5 Mergers & Acquisitions
- Reducing the Risks
10.1 Before Appointment
10.2 Avoiding Liability
10.4.2 Indemnity Agreement (Corporate)
10.4.3 Indemnity Agreement (Third Party)
10.4.4 Indemnity Bylaw
10.5.2 Directors and Officers Legal Liability Proposal Form;
10.5.3 Directors and Officers Liability Policy;
10.5.4 Company Reimbursement Proposal Form;
10.5.5 Company Reimbursement Policy
10.5.6 Supplementary Questionnaire
11.2 Web sites
11.5 Secured transactions
- Employment Law
12.1 Wages and Holidays
12.2 Severance and Wrongful Dismissal
12.3 Workplace Safety and Protection
12.4 Human Rights
- Environmental Law
13.2 Environmental Assessment
13.3 Environmental Audits
13.4 Property Transactions
13.5 Transportation of Dangerous Goods
- Taxation Law
14.2 Corporate Income taxes
14.3 VAT and Social Service taxes
14.4 Workers' Compensation
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International Trade Law - Course Outline
2. International and Comparative Law
3. Dispute Settlements
4. Multi-national businesses
6. Money & Banking
7. Trade in Goods
8. Sale of Goods
9. Transportation of Goods
12. Services and
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