Business organizations: cases, problems, and case studies
Reflecting changes in the structure of contemporary business enterprise, Business Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies, now in a Second Edition, uses case law, problems, and case studies to examine the role and purview of law in real-life business transactions. This innovative casebook offers: clear descriptions of the development and current state of the law up-to-date cases that feature interesting facts, As well as the major "must-know" cases coverage of both modern business structures and growth industries engaging business-school-style case studiesbased on real events encourage in-depth analysis of the application of legal principles in business transactions, and include: extensive facts about the situation and businesses involved excerpts from transactional and litigation documents short problems that follow selected topics test students' understanding of material covered separate chapters devoted to limited liability companies and federal securities regulation, including: a detailed case study of Enron and its role in shaping the Sarbanes-Oxley Act a rich selection of teaching resources on a password-protected author website : additional transactional and litigation documents related To The cases in the book PowerPoints that cover the entire casebook o regular updates a detailed and up-to-date Teacher's Manual New To The Second Edition: updated materials on Shareholder Proposals revised coverage of directors' duties, including the Disney case and Stone v. Ritter Tooley v. Donaldson on direct versus derivative claims new chapter focusing on limited liability companies integration of the Restatement (Third) of Agency into Chapter 1 A wealth of materials, both in the casebook and on the authors' password-protected website, gives you an almost unlimited ability to expand or deepen you exploration of specific topics.
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