Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment
West/Thomson Learning, 2002 - Commercial law - 1057 pages
A true landmark in legal education, Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment has long guided students to a practical understanding of business law. Now in it's eighteenth edition, the text stands as a trusted reference point in business law, and as a clear guide for students preparing for the CPA exam.
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