West's Legal Environment of Business

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Cengage Learning, Jan 12, 2006 - Education - 900 pages
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WEST'S LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS is the #1 text for this course--setting the standard by delivering comprehensive, authoritative, and cutting-edge coverage in an interesting and accessible format. Its recipe for success includes the same black letter law flavor as its #1 Business Law counterpart, West's Business Law, but with a more specific focus on current topics like ethics, government regulation, and administrative law. Updated and expanded teaching materials, including the new West's Legal Environment NOW online assignment administration tool, keep this text unmatched in its ability to support the key objectives of the course.
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Frank B. Cross is Professor of Business Regulation at The University of Texas at Austin Law School. Prior to this he was an attorney with Kirkland & Ellis in Washington, D.C. He received his B.A. from the University of Kansas and his J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Roger LeRoy Miller has served on the faculty of several universities, including the University of Washington, Clemson University, and the University of Miami School of Law. As professor he has taught intellectual property law, entertainment law, and other subjects. A widely published and respected author, his work has appeared in the Insurance Counsel Journal, Defense Research, California Trial Lawyers Journal, Antitrust Bulletin, Wisconsin Law Review, and Connecticut Law Review. He has authored or co-authored numerous authoritative textbooks on law, including BUSINESS LAW: TEXT & CASES, BUSINESS LAW TODAY: TEXT & SUMMARIZED CASES, and THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT TODAY. He completed his studies at the University of California at Berkeley and University of Chicago.

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