This course is designed to introduce you to the Canadian legal system and related common issues that arise in business. Supported by a business law textbook and supplementary readings, students will be guided through discussions on various legal topics and the implications these topics might have on business, managers, and decision makers to determine when legal advice is necessary.
In introducing the Canadian legal system, a basic overview of topics such as common and civil law, the Canadian Constitution, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, court systems, dispute resolution procedures, administrative law, contract law, and forms of business organizations will be provided.
This course has only one required nontextbook reading and one supplementary reading.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. (2015). Privacy Toolkit for Businesses: A Guide to Complying with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
As an optional reading, or for additional information, consider reviewing the Privacy Commissioner of Canada website. At this site, you can access this reading and other items of interest regarding privacy law in Canada.