Basic Law for Small Businesses
A brief, practical business law text that focuses on legal issues affecting small businesses, particularly issues that are relevant to owners and employees. Numerous hypothetical scenarios that business owners are likely to face are presented, and suggestions on how to avoid them are offered. Ideal as a main text in a brief course on entrepreneurship and small business management or as a supplement to a comprehensive business law or legal environment text.
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