| Learning Outcomes (LO)
Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:
demonstrate an understanding of aspects of the Australian legal system, its sources of law, and how the system operates in relation to regulating business and commercial activities;
use cognitive and creative skills to exercise critical thinking and judgment in demonstrating the application of principles of relevant case law and legislation to particular sets of facts;
demonstrate an understanding of how the legal system operates in relation to regulating business and commercial activities; and also develop and present skilled analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of business structure choices; and
identify and analyse, synthesise, and consolidate a persuasive and coherent legal argument that applies the principles of corporations law, especially corporate governance rules, to complex fact situations and identify remedies available for their enforcement.
identify the Chapter 7 obligations for retail clients for the use of FSG and SoA; as well as the consequences for breach reporting; the penalty regime and compliance with AML/CTF, as well as the privacy laws.