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Immersing students in the excitement of intriguing new cases and the latest developments in the field, the Seventh Edition of this successful textbook brings real-world energy to the study of business law-without sacrificing the legal credibility and comprehensive coverage that instructors want in a textbook. Students respond to each chapter's visually engaging, carefully-crafted learning tools, which illustrate how law is applied to real-world business problems-and how landmark cases, statutes, and other laws are having a significant impact on the way businesses operate in the United States and globally.
Table of Contents
|The Legal Environment of Business|
|The Legal Environment|
|Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution|
|Torts and Cyber Torts|
|Intellectual Property and Internet Law|
|Criminal Law and Cyber Crime|
|Ethics and Business Decision Making|
|Nature and Classification|
|Capacity and Legality|
|Genuineness of Assent|
|The Statute of Frauds|
|Performance and Discharge|
|Breach and Remedies|
|Third Party Rights|
|E-Contracts and E-Signatures|
|Sales and Lease Contracts|
|The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts|
|Title and Risk of Loss|
|Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts|
|Warranties and Product Liability|
|Negotiability and Transferability|
|Rights and Liabilities of Parties|
|Checks and Banking in the Digital Age|
|Debtor -Creditor Relationships|
|Security Interests in Personal Property|
|Other Creditors' Remedies and Suretyship|
|Agency Relationships in Business|
|Sole Proprietorships and Private Franchises|
|Limited Liability Companies and Special Business Forms|
|Corporate Formation and Financing|
|Corporate Directors, Officers, and Shareholders|
|Corporate Acquisitions, Takeovers, and Termination|
|Investor Protection, Insider Trading, and Corporate Governance|
|Employment, Labor, and Immigration Law|
|Liability of Accountants and Other Professionals|
|Property and Its Protection|
|Personal Property and Bailments|
|Real Property and Landlord-Tenant Law|
|Insurance, Wills, and Trusts|
|The International Legal Environment|
|International Law in a Global Economy|
|How to Brief Cases and Analyze Case Problems|
|The Constitution of the United States|
|The Uniform Commercial Code (Excerpts)|
|The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (Excerpts and Explanatory Comments)|
|Sample Answers for End-of-Chapter Hypothetical Questions with Sample Answers|
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