Contemporary Business Law
Geared for a one or two semester/term course in Business Law. Exceptionally student-friendly, this full-color introduction to contemporary business law offers full coverage and clear explanations of traditional business law topics and addresses the legal environment in which business must operate. Over 100 enrichment boxes focus on contemporary, ethical, and international issues, and over 150 contemporary cases provide examples of the application of the law. Optional Critical Legal Thinking Writing exercises conclude each chapter. Broad in scope, the text meets the AACSB's curriculum standards on ethics and globalization and on government regulation.*Technology and the Internet content - Explores the legal and business ramifications of the Internet and technology. *Superior ethics and social responsibility coverage - Reflects the importance of ethical considerations. *Critical legal thinking approach - Offers several vehicles for students to cultivate effective critical legal thinking skills in reading and analyzing law cases. *Contemporary Business Environment - Presents sections in each chapter that ask students to apply legal principles to actual business situations.
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THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
Critical Legal Thinking
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acceptance act ethically agency agent agreed agreement Article bankruptcy Baskin-Robbins breach BUSINESS IMPLICATION buyer or lessee Chapter claims clause collateral Company Consider This Example corporation court held court of appeals creditors crime criminal CRITICAL LEGAL THINKING damages debt debtor decision defendant doctrine drawer duty employees enforce Ethical Perspective federal filed franchise franchisor holder indorsement injury International issue jury lawsuit lease contract limited partnership loan manufacturer ment nations negligence negotiable instrument nonconforming offer paid partners patent payable payee payment performance person plaintiff principal promise promissory note purchase quasi-contract QUESTIONS CRITICAL LEGAL reasonable recover rule sales contract secured creditor security interest sell seller or lessor shareholders signature signed Statute of Frauds strict liability sued third party tion tort trade trademark transfer trial court U.S. Constitution U.S. Supreme Court Uniform Commercial Code United warranty