Questioning the legality of certain practices? Want to know how to safely maneuver through DoD contracting? LAW-101 covers this and more. The overview explains business law as it applies to Department of Defense contractors. It will help Executives, Contract Managers, and Human Resource representatives make decisions that will minimize corporate risk.

We will start will the nature of law, cover crime classifications within the court system, describe constitutional law related to employee actions, investigate the current status of internet/social media law, discuss labor and employment obligations for defense contractors, lay out Intellectual Property rights, and wrap up with Contract Legality.

Duration:  3 days | 9a - 4:30p (daily) | Last Day 9a - 1p

Course Objectives


  • Internet Law
  • Court Systems
  • Constitutional Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Crime Classification
  • Nature and Source of law
  • Contract Capacity & Legality


  • Protection of...
  • State
  • Society
  • Property
  • Individuals
  • Public Health
  • Social Justice


  • Penalties
  • Penal Code
  • Degree of Fault
  • Burden of Proof
  • Parties to Crime
  • White-Collar Crime
  • Conspiracy to Commit


Your Instructor

Instructed by Kenneth Crooks, Esq., a practicing attorney for over 40 years. Ohio State University Summa Cum Laude, Clerk for Justice Paul Brown of The Ohio Supreme Court, Assistant Brevard County Attorney, Partner at Dean Mead Law Firm, Attorney for St. Lucie County Florida Fire District, and Legal Advisor for AVT Simulation.

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More details and resources will be provided upon registration. Contact AVT Simulation Training Center for more information.

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