Essentials of Business and Online Commerce Law: Legal, E-commerce, Ethical, and Global Environments

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Business & Economics - 706 pages
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Essentials of Business Law, 1e takes a balanced approach and covers both the Contracts and the Regulatory material that is crucial for Business Law professions. It is light on Contracts, making it more appropriate for those who want a briefer, less expensive book that still covers all the topics. Business decisions; online commerce & Internet law; business ethics; international law; contemporary environment and non internet-related legal issues; and landmark cases which highlight the most important cases and statutes that have shaped the law in the United States. For those currently practicing in legal and/or business environments.

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Real Property and Environmental
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Constitutional Law for Business and Online
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Copyright

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Henry R. Cheeseman is Clinical Professor of Business Law and Director of the Legal Studies Program at the Marshall School of Business of the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, California.

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