Cases and analyses on the law of corporations and other business enterprises: a socratic approach

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Thomson West, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 779 pages
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This text provides and engaging and interesting look into the field of Corporations while developing the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in practice. Written to effectively enable Socratic instuction in the classroom, special attention has been paid to incorporate recent business developments into the teaching materials, including late-breaking material from Wall Street Journal reportage and other sources. The Teacher?s Manual is a series of questions and answers that moves across all the cases and associated principles. It provides occasional background lecture discussions, including summaries of leading law review articles. The casebook is supported by a TWEN website for adopting teachers, which will have updates provided by the author.

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Chapter One Agency
Chapter Two Partnership
Chapter Three Corporate Form Basics

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