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Law, Business and Society



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Don't Just Learn the Law, Learn the Law in Context! In the tenth edition of Law, Business, and Society, Tony McAdams discusses the role of the market, ethics/social responsibility, and the law in regulating the complex relationship between business and the larger society. McAdams examines whether the market and ethics/social responsibility have failed, and if government intervention is needed to maintain a healthy relationship between business practice and society's general welfare. The text serves as a general introduction to the legal system, including chapters on constitutional law, the common law of contracts and torts, and employment law. The closely written narrative, edited law cases, contemporary vignettes from daily life and an abundance of thought-provoking questions help convey key points. In addition, Law, Business, and Societyprecisely conforms to AACSB International accreditation expectations.

Table of Contents

Unit One—Business and Society

1. Capitalism and the Role of Government

2. Business Ethics

3. The Corporation and Public Policy: Expanding Responsibilities

Unit Two—Introduction to Law

4. The American Legal System

5. Constitutional Law and the Bill of Rights

6. Contracts

7. Business Torts and Product Liability

Unit Three—Trade Regulation and Antitrust

8. Government Regulation of Business

9. Business Organizations and Securities Regulation

10. Antitrust Law— Restraints of Trade

11. Antitrust Law— Monopolies and Mergers

Unit Four—Employer—Employee Relations

12. Employment Law I: Employee Rights

13. Employment Law II: Discrimination

14. Employment Law III: Labor—Management Relations

Unit Five—Selected Topics in Government–Business Relations

15. Consumer Protection

16. International Ethics and Law

17. Environmental Protection

18. Internet Law and Ethics

Appendix A: The Constitution of the United States of America

Appendix B: Uniform Commercial Code 2000 Official Text, Article 2

Glossary of Legal Terms

Case Index

Subject Index

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