Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Courses A - C

831: Business Planning


Business Planning is a case studies oriented course in which students use skills learned through substantive lectures to draft and edit crucial business planning documents individually and/or in teams. Issues covered include the structure of
corporate structures, fiduciary duty, valuing, capitalizing and organizing a corporation, drafting shareholder agreements and buy/sell agreements, sale of a business and similar issues in regard to LLCs and partnerships. Assignments include drafting legal and planning memoranda, drafting articles of incorporation and by-laws, and marking up forms to accomplish a specified purpose.