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This course covers aspects of business law in the hospitality and tourism sectors of the economy. It addresses such issues as liability for personal injury or loss to customers or other persons, discrimination against customers, business agreements, and statutory and regulatory requirements and offences. The successful completion of this course will enable students to assess critical legal risks in the formation and operation of a business in the hospitality and tourism sector.
Upon successful completion of the course of study, students should have a practical knowledge of the basic legal issues and risks involved in the hospitality and tourism sector of the economy. This includes contract law, tort law, prohibitions and discrimination and the statutory and regulatory environment governing hospitality and tourism business.
|Week||Date||Topic||Readings and preparation|
|5||Oct. 9||1st Mid-term Exam
||All materials to date|
|6||Oct. 16||Reading Week||No class|
|10||Nov. 13||2st Mid-term Exam
|All materials since the 1st mid-term exam|
|13||Dec. 4||Course Review|
Open book (includes student notes and Power Point presentations)