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- Full title: Anderson’s Business Law & The Legal Environment – Comprehensive Edition, 24th Edition
- Edition: 24th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: David P. Twomey; Marianne M. Jennings; Stephanie M Greene
- ISBN: 9780357363850, 9780357363850
- Format: PDF
Description of Anderson’s Business Law & The Legal Environment – Comprehensive Edition, 24th Edition:
Gain a strong understanding of business law as it’s practiced today with the comprehensive, yet clear, approach found in today’s number one business law resource with summarized cases: ANDERSON’S BUSINESS LAW & THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT, COMPREHENSIVE VOLUME, 24E. This reader-friendly approach helps you grasp legal concepts and principles without overwhelming detail. You examine the latest developments in law today with new cases as recent as 2020 and examples drawn from current headlines. In addition to summarized cases, numerous examples of today’s real legal dilemmas, meaningful applications and interesting learning features emphasize the relevance of what you are learning. You examine legal concepts within the context of real life with examples such as rapper 50 Cent’s bankruptcy, Netflix’s battle with Hollywood and popular online retailer Wayfair’s legal battles. In addition, clearly identified content helps you prepare for the current CPA exam.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Anderson’s Business Law & The Legal Environment – Comprehensive Edition, 24th Edition PDF ebook:
Brief ContentsContentsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorsPart 1: The Legal and Social Environment of BusinessChapter 1: The Nature and Sources of Law1-1: Nature of Law and Legal Rights1-2: Sources of Law1-3: Classifications of LawChapter 2: The Court System and Dispute Resolution2-1: The Court System2-2: Court Procedure3-3: Alternative Dispute ResolutionChapter 3: Business Ethics, Social Forces, and the Law3-1: What Is Business Ethics?3-2: Why Is Business Ethics Important?3-3: How to Recognize and Resolve Ethical DilemmasChapter 4: The Constitution as the Foundation of the Legal Environment4-1: The U.S. Constitution and the Federal System4-2: The U.S. Constitution and the States4-3: Interpreting and Amending the Constitution4-4: Federal Powers4-5: Constitutional Limitations on GovernmentChapter 5: Government Regulation of Competition and Prices5-1: Power to Regulate Business5-2: Regulation of Horizontal Markets and Competitors5-3: Regulation of the Supply Chain and Vertical Trade Restraints5-4: Remedies for Anticompetitive BehaviorChapter 6: Administrative Agencies6-1: Nature of the Administrative Agency6-2: Legislative Power of the Agency6-3: Executive Power of the Agency6-4: Judicial Power of the AgencyChapter 7: Crimes7-1: General Principles7-2: White-Collar Crimes7-3: Criminal Law and the Computer7-4: Criminal Procedure Rights for BusinessesChapter 8: Torts8-1: General Principles8-2: Intentional Torts8-3: Negligence8-4: Strict LiabilityChapter 9: Intellectual Property Rights9-1: Trademarks and Service Marks9-2: Copyrights9-3: Patents9-4: Trade SecretsChapter 10: The Legal Environment of International Trade10-1: Conducting Business Internationally10-2: International Trade10-3: Issues Confronting Companies Engaged in International BusinessPart 2: ContractsChapter 11: Nature and Classes of Contracts: Contracting on the Internet11-1: Nature of Contracts11-2: Classes of Contracts11-3: Contracting on the InternetChapter 12: Formation of Contracts: Offer and Acceptance12-1: Requirements of an Offer12-2: Termination of Offer12-3: Acceptance of OfferChapter 13: Capacity and Genuine Assent13-1: Contractual Capacity13-2: Mistake13-3: Deception13-4: PressureChapter 14: Consideration14-1: General Principles14-2: Special Situations14-3: Exceptions to the Laws of ConsiderationChapter 15: Legality and Public Policy15-1: General Principles15-2: Agreements Affecting Public Welfare15-3: Regulation of BusinessChapter 16: Writing, Electronic Forms, and Interpretation of Contracts16-1: Statute of Frauds16-2: Parol Evidence Rule16-3: Rules of Construction and InterpretationChapter 17: Third Persons and Contracts17-1: Third-Party Beneficiary Contracts17-2: AssignmentsChapter 18: Discharge of Contracts18-1: Conditions Relating to Performance18-2: Discharge by Performance18-3: Discharge by Action of Parties18-4: Discharge by External CausesChapter 19: Breach of Contract and Remedies19-1: What Constitutes a Breach of Contract?19-2: Waiver of Breach19-3: Remedies for Breach of Contract19-4: Contract Provisions Affecting Remedies and DamagesPart 3: Sales and Leases of GoodsChapter 20: Personal Property and Bailments20-1: Personal Property20-2: BailmentsChapter 21: Legal Aspects of Supply Chain Management21-1: Warehouses21-2: Common Carriers21-3: Factors and Consignments21-4: HotelkeepersChapter 22: Nature and Form of Sales22-1: Nature of the Sale of Goods22-2: Form of Sales Contract22-3: Uniform Law for International Sales22-4: Leases of GoodsChapter 23: Title and Risk of Loss23-1: Identifying Types of Potential Problems and Transactions23-2: Determining Rights: Identification of Goods23-3: Determining Rights: Passage of Title23-4: Determining Rights: Risk of Loss23-5: Determining Rights: Special SituationsChapter 24: Product Liability: Warranties and Torts24-1: General Principles24-2: Express Warranties24-3: Implied Warranties24-4: Disclaimer of Warranties24-5: Other Theories of Product LiabilityChapter 25: Obligations and Performance25-1: General Principles25-2: Duties of the PartiesChapter 26: Remedies for Breach of Sales Contracts26-1: Statute of Limitations26-2: Remedies of the Seller26-3: Remedies of the Buyer26-4: Contract Provisions on Remedies26-5: Remedies in the International Sale of GoodsPart 4: Negotiable InstrumentsChapter 27: Negotiable Instruments: Types, Parties, Transfer, and Liability27-1: Types of Instruments and Parties27-2: Negotiability27-3: Transfer of Negotiable Instruments: Negotiation27-4: Defenses to Payment of a Negotiable Instrument27-5: Liability of the PartiesChapter 28: Checks, Banks, and Funds Transfers28-1: Checks28-2: Liability of a Bank28-3: Consumer Funds Transfers28-4: Funds TransfersPart 5: Debtor-Creditor RelationshipsChapter 29: Nature of the Debtor-Creditor Relationship29-1: Creation of the Credit Relationship29-2: Suretyship and Guaranty29-3: Letters of CreditChapter 30: Consumer Protection30-1: General Principles30-2: Areas of Consumer ProtectionChapter 31: Secured Transactions in Personal Property31-1: Creation of Secured Transactions31-2: Perfection of Secured Transactions31-3: Rights of Parties Before Default31-4: Priorities31-5: Rights of Parties After DefaultChapter 32: Bankruptcy32-1: Bankruptcy Law32-2: How Bankruptcy Is Declared32-3: Administration of the Bankruptcy Estate32-4: Debtor’s Duties and Exemptions32-5: Discharge in Bankruptcy32-6: Reorganization Plans under Chapter 1132-7: Payment Plans under Chapter 13Chapter 33: Insurance33-1: The Insurance Contract33-2: Kinds of InsurancePart 6: Agency and EmploymentChapter 34: Agency34-1: Nature of the Agency Relationship34-2: Creating the Agency34-3: Agent’s Authority34-4: Duties and Liabilities of Principal and Agent34-5: Termination of AgencyChapter 35: Third Persons in Agency35-1: Liability of Agent to Third Person35-2: Liability of Principal to Third Person35-3: Liability of Principal for Torts and Crimes of Agent35-4: Transactions with Sales PersonnelChapter 36: Regulation of Employment36-1: The Employment Relationship36-2: Labor Relations Laws36-3: Pension Plans and Federal Regulation36-4: Unemployment Benefits, Family Leaves, and Social Security36-5: Employees’ Health and Safety36-6: Compensation for Employees’ Injuries36-7: Employee Privacy36-8: Employment-Related Immigration LawsChapter 37: Equal Employment Opportunity Law37-1: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as Amended37-2: Protected Classes and Exceptions37-3: Other Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Laws37-4: Extraterritorial EmploymentPart 7: Business OrganizationsChapter 38: Types of Business Organizations38-1: Principal Forms of Business Organizations38-2: Specialized Forms of Organizations38-3: The Franchise Business FormatChapter 39: Partnerships39-1: Nature and Creation39-2: Authority of Partners39-3: Duties, Rights, and Liabilities of Partners39-4: Dissolution and TerminationChapter 40: LPs, LLCs, and LLPs40-1: The Arrival of Partnership Limited Liability40-2: Limited Partnership40-3: Limited Liability Companies40-4: Limited Liability PartnershipsChapter 41: Corporation Formation41-1: Nature and Classes41-2: Corporate Powers41-3: Creation and Termination of the Corporation41-4: Consolidations, Mergers, and ConglomeratesChapter 42: Shareholder Rights in Corporations42-1: Corporate Stocks and Bonds42-2: Acquisition of Shares42-3: Rights of Shareholders42-4: Liability of ShareholdersChapter 43: Securities Regulation43-1: The Securities Act of 193343-2: The Securities Exchange Act of 193443-3: Other Forms of Regulation of Securities and MarketsChapter 44: Accountants’ Liability and Malpractice44-1: General Principles of Accountants’ Liability44-2: Accountants’ Liability to Third Parties: Beyond Privity44-3: Federal Laws on Auditors, Accounting, and Financial ReportingChapter 45: Management of Corporations45-1: Shareholders45-2: Directors45-3: Officers, Agents, and Employees45-4: LiabilityPart 8: Real Property and EstatesChapter 46: Real Property46-1: Nature of Real Property46-2: Nature and Form of Real Property Ownership46-3: Liability to Third Persons for Condition of Real Property46-4: Co-Ownership of Real Property46-5: Transfer of Real Property by Deed46-6: Other Methods of Transferring Real Property46-7: MortgagesChapter 47: Environmental Law and Land Use Controls47-1: Statutory Environmental Law47-2: Enforcement of Environmental Laws47-3: Land Use ControlsChapter 48: Leases48-1: Creation and Termination48-2: Rights and Duties of Parties48-3: Liability for Injury on PremisesChapter 49: Decedents’ Estates and Trusts49-1: Wills49-2: Administration of Decedents’ Estates49-3: TrustsAppendix 1: How to Find the LawAppendix 2: The Constitution of the United StatesGlossaryCase IndexSubject Index