Carnegie Mellon University

Business Law

Business Law focuses on how the political, social and legal environment affects a firm and its managers. This can include legal and regulatory matters impacting trade, acquisitions and mergers; rights and responsibilities of business parties; securities regulation; bankruptcy, insurance, agency, partnership; incorporation and corporate governance; intellectual property; attorney-client relationship; social implications of business policies; environmental protection; and corporate social responsibility.




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Business Law Faculty

Clifford Early

Clifford Early

Adjunct Professor of Law

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Dale Hershey

Dale Hershey

Associate Teaching Professor of Law Emeritus

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Joseph Hornack

Joseph Hornack

Adjunct Professor of Law

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James Roberts

James Roberts

Adjunct Professor of Law

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David Tungate

David E. Tungate

Distinguished Service Professor of Law

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