Basic Business Law
Regents/Prentice-Hall, Jul 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 453 pages
This text explains basic legal principles and ideas and their applications to specific problems, to provide the reader with a working knowledge of the law as it applies to business. It takes the viewpoint of employers, managers, owners, those who deal with businesses, and clients and customers and is designed to help them protect their personal and business interests. This book is for those studying introductory courses in Business Law.
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INTRODUCTIONTHE BEGINNINGS OF BUSINESS LAW
THE LEGAL SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES
THE COURTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
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