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This text is a briefer paperback version of the widely-adopted Miller/Jentz BUSINESS LAW TODAY: THE STANDARD EDITION. THE ESSENTIALS offers the very same traits that have made that book so successful edition after edition ? fundamentally that it provides the legal credibility and authoritativeness of a traditional business law book, while also offering the visual appeal and student friendly features students are used to seeing in books for many of their other courses. Though the text is ?fun? for students to read, it does not accomplish this at the expense of important information ? it goes into the necessary detail to completely explain law topics. The book truly offers an instructor the best of both worlds ? a credible business law source, which students will be motivated to read. Its magic and the cornerstone of its widespread success is in this ability to appeal to both instructors and students without being mutually exclusive. It also offers the most comprehensive teaching and learning support package on the market, with something to fit many different instructional or learning styles ? a reflection of West Legal Studies in Business?s ongoing commitment to partnership, leadership, and innovation in providing the highest quality materials available for Business Law instructors and students. This text explicitly meets the AACSB curriculum requirements.
Table of Contents
|The Historical and Constitutional Foundations|
|Ethics andProfessional Responsibility|
|Traditional and Online Dispute Resolution|
|Torts and Cyber Torts|
|Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes|
|Contracts: Nature, Classification, Agreement, and Consideration|
|Contracts: Capacity, Legality, Assent, and Form|
|Contracts: Third Party Rights, Discharge, Breach, and Remedies|
|Sales and Leases: Formation, Title and Risk|
|Sales and Leases: Performance and Breach|
|Warranties, Product Liability, and Consumer Law|
|Checks, the Banking System, and E-Money|
|Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy|
|The Entrepreneur's Options|
|Financing, Investor Protections, and Online Securities Offerings|
|Personal Property, Bailments, and Insurance|
|Real Property and Environmental Law|
|International Law in a Global Economy|
|The Constitution of the United States|
|Aritcles 2 and 2A of the Uniform Commercial Code|
|TheSecurities Act of 1933 (Excerpts)|
|The Securities Exchange Act of1934 (Excerpts)|
|Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964(Excerpts)|
|The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998(Excerpts)|
|The Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (Excerpts)|
|The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act of2000 (Excerpts)|
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