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Table of Contents
PART ONE Introduction to the Law
1 Law, Legal Reasoning, and the Legal Profession
2 Dispute Settlement
3 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
4 Business and the Constitution
6 Intentional Torts
7 Negligence and Strict Liability
8 Licensing and Intellectual Property
PART TWO Contracts
9 The Nature and Origins of Contracts
10 Creating a Contract: Offers
11 Creating a Contract: Acceptances
13 Capacity to Contract
14 Voluntary Consent
16 The Form and Meaning of Contracts
17 Third Parties’ Contract Rights
18 Performance and Remedies
PART THREE Sales
19 Formation and Terms of Sales Contracts
20 Warranties and Product Liability
21 Performance of Sales Contracts
22 Remedies for Breach of Sales Contracts
PART FOUR Agency and Employment
23 The Agency Relationship—Creation, Duties, and Termination
24 Liability of Principals and Agents to Third Parties
25 Employment Laws
PART FIVE Business Organizations
26 Which Form of Business Organization?
28 Formation and Termination of Corporations
29 Management of the Corporate Business
30 Financing the Corporation and the Role of the Shareholders
31 Securities Regulation
32 Legal Liability of Accountants
PART SIX Property
33 Personal Property and Bailments
34 Real Property
35 Landlord and Tenant
36 Estates and Trusts
PART SEVEN Commercial Paper
38 Negotiable Instruments
39 Negotiation and Holder in Due Course
40 Liability of Parties
41 Checks and Electronic Fund Transfers
PART EIGHT Credit Transactions
42 Introduction to Security
43 Security Interests in Personal Property
PART NINE Government Regulation
45 The Antitrust Laws
46 Consumer Protection Laws
47 Environmental Regulation
A The Constitution of the United States of America
B Glossary of Legal Terms and Definitions
C Spanish-English Equivalents for Important Legal Terms