This seminar examines the legal problems faced by entrepreneurs during the early stages of start-up and operation. This course will acquaint students with many of the legal issues associated with entrepreneurial ventures including choice of entity, financing arrangements, ownership agreements, and general business issues. The objective is to give participants an introduction to the legal problems they are likely to encounter as lawyers for the enterprise. Prerequisites: Completion of LAW 551, Business Organizations and completion or concurrent enrollment in LAW 747, Income Tax II. Recommended, but not required: LAW 717, Corporate Tax or LAW 671, Partnership Tax. Limited to 16 students.