Billionaire Elon Musk ‘s extensive legal troubles have allowed the University of California at Los Angeles ( UCLA ) to create a class on them.
The law school of the house of studies has created the class called ” Elon Musk’s Law ” so that its students learn with real cases how to execute the defense of commercial deals.
The course is taught by corporate rights expert Stephen Bainbridge and covers the billionaire’s “pushing the envelope style” of business leadership.
In it, each of the trials that he has (and had) against him will be analyzed, such as when SolarCity was bought by Tesla or the current problem that he maintains due to his failed purchase of Twitter .
“As someone who manages an immense amount of other people’s money, Musk constantly faces the temptation to pursue his own interests and goals instead of focusing on the well-being of those who have entrusted him with their savings,” the summary reads. grade. “This course examines some of the ways the law restricts (or does not) Musk’s divergences from shareholder interests.”
Elon Musk and his attitudes as a leader
According to Bainbridge, Elon Musk “is a smart, adventurous guy who is capable of generating ideas that produce enormous amounts of value.” However, “it would also be a headache as a customer because he often jumps before looking.”
“There are all these cases from different areas involving Musk,” Bainbridge told NY Mag . “And given how high-profile it is this year with Twitter and everything, I thought this would be a way to really get the attention of the students.”