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Table of Contents
Part I: Legal Environment of Business and E-Commerce Chapter 1: Legal Heritage and the Digital Age Chapter 2: Courts and Jurisdiction Chapter 3: Judicial, Alternative, and E-Dispute Resolution Chapter 4: Constitutional Law for Business and E-Commerce Part II: Torts, Crimes, and Intellectual Property Chapter 5: Intentional Torts and Negligence Chapter 6: Product and Strict Liability Chapter 7: Intellectual Property and Cyber Piracy Chapter 8: Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes Part III: Contracts and E-Commerce Chapter 9: Nature of Traditional and E-Contracts Chapter 10: Agreement Chapter 11: Consideration and Promissory Estoppel Chapter 12: Capacity and Legality Chapter 13: Genuineness of Assent and Undue Influence Chapter 14: Statute of Frauds and Equitable Exceptions Chapter 15: Third-Party Rights and Discharge Chapter 16: Remedies for Breach of Traditional and E-Contracts Chapter 17: E-Commerce and Digital Law Part IV: Sales and Lease Contracts Chapter 18: Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts Chapter 19: Title To Goods and Risk of Loss Chapter 20: Remedies for Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts Chapter 21: Warranties Part V: Negotiable Instruments and E-Money Chapter 22: Creation of Negotiable Instruments Chapter 23: Holder in Due Course and Transferability Chapter 24: Liability, Defenses, and Discharge Chapter 25: Banks, E-Money, and Financial Reform Part VI: Credit, Secured Transactions, and Bankruptcy Chapter 26: Credit, Mortgages, and Debtor’s Rights Chapter 27: Secured Transactions and E-Filing Chapter 28: Bankruptcy and Reorganization Part VII: Agency and Employment Chapter 29: Agency Formation and Termination Chapter 30: Liability of Principals, Agents, and Independent Contractors Chapter 31: Employment, Worker Protection, and Immigration Law Chapter 32: Labor Law and Collective Bargaining Chapter 33: Equal Opportunity in Employment Part VIII: Business Organizations, Investor Protection, and Ethics Chapter 34: Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and General Partnerships Chapter 35: Limited Partnerships and Special Partnerships Chapter 36: Corporate Formation and Financing Chapter 37: Corporate Governance and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Chapter 38: Corporate Acquisitions and Multinational Corporations Chapter 39: Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships Chapter 40: Franchises and Special Forms of Business Chapter 41: Investor Protection, E-Securities, and Wall Street Reform Chapter 42: Ethics and Social Responsibility of Business Part IX: Government Regulation Chapter 43: Administrative Law and Regulatory Agencies Chapter 44: Consumer Protection and Product Safety Chapter 45: Environmental Protection Chapter 46: Antitrust Law and Unfair Trade Practices Part X: Property and Insurance Chapter 47: Personal Property and Bailment Chapter 48: Real Property Chapter 49: Landlord—Tenant Law and Land Use Regulation Chapter 50: Insurance Part XI: Accounting Profession Chapter 51: Accountants’ Duties and Liability Part XII: Personal Law Chapter 52: Wills, Trusts, and Estates Chapter 53: Family Law Part XIII: Global Environment Chapter 54: International and World Trade Law