This is a wonderful and ambitious idea. It seems to me that it needs to be limited a great deal because the world of corporations and law is so broad. Perhaps you should provide a list of corporations for the students to choose from, maybe a list of twenty from which they could select ten, corporations that they are familiar with, for example, social media companies and companies that provide their pop culture. Now, there are many federal and state statutes and regulations that would make their research difficult and complex. One thought I have is to have them make up the laws that would govern the game, with a little guidance on categories, for instance, on taxation, on truth in advertising, on ethical issues, and on monopolies. There would be penalties for running afoul of their own "laws," such as going back several spaces or having to pay up. Part of their learning experience, though, might be information you provide on what the laws and regulations are in the real world. I love the idea, but I do think it needs to be constricted a bit, or you will all drown in the research and choices.