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- Full title: Business Law Today, Comprehensive, 12th Edition
- Edition: 12th
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
- ISBN: 9780357038062, 9780357038062
- Format: PDF
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Discover the excitement of cutting-edge business law as BUSINESS LAW TODAY: COMPREHENSIVE, 12E immerses you in a wide selection of intriguing new cases and thorough coverage of the latest developments in the field. This successful textbook ensures the study of business law is both appealing and relevant without sacrificing the legal credibility and comprehensive coverage that have made the text a trusted favorite. Each chapter offers visually engaging, time-tested learning tools to illustrate how law is applied to real-world business problems. You clearly see how landmark cases, statutes, and other laws significantly impact the way businesses today operate both within the United States and across the globe.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Contents in BriefContentsUnit 1: The Legal Environment of BusinessChapter 1: Law and Legal ReasoningBusiness Activities and the Legal EnvironmentSources of American LawThe Common LawLandmark in the Law: Equitable MaximsClassifications of LawBeyond Our Borders: National Law SystemsAppendix to Chapter 1: Finding and Analyzing the LawBusiness Law Analysis: Case Briefing and IRAC Legal ReasoningChapter 2:Constitutional LawThe Constitutional Powers of GovernmentManagerial Strategy: Marriage Equality and the ConstitutionLandmark in the Law: Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)Classic Case 2.1: Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States (1964)Business and the Bill of RightsBeyond Our Borders: The Impact of Foreign Law on the United States Supreme CourtAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Does Everyone Have a Constitutional Right to Use Social Case 2.2: Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Wasden (2018)Ethical Issue: Can a high school suspend teenagers from extracurricular activities because they postSpotlight on Beer Labels: Case 2.3: Bad Frog Brewery, Inc. v. New York State Liquor Authority (1998)Business Law Analysis: Determining When Public Religious Displays Violate the Establishment ClauseDue Process and Equal ProtectionPrivacy RightsChapter 3: Ethics in BusinessEthics and the Role of BusinessBusiness Web Log: Bogus Bank and Credit Card Accounts at Wells Fargo BankAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Should Employees Have a “Right of Disconnecting”?Case 3.1: Al-Dabagh v. Case Western Reserve University (2015)Ethical Principles and PhilosophiesSources of Ethical Issues in Business DecisionsCase 3.2: Watson Laboratories, Inc. v. State of Mississippi (2018)Making Ethical Business DecisionsBusiness Law Analysis: Applying the IDDR FrameworkBusiness Ethics on a Global LevelAppendix to Chapter 3: Costco Code of EthicsChapter 4:Courts and Alternative Dispute ResolutionBusiness Web Log: Samsung and Forced ArbitrationThe Judiciary’s Role in American GovernmentLandmark in the Law: Marbury v. Madison (1803)Basic Judicial RequirementsSpotlight on Gucci: Case 4.1: Gucci America, Inc. v. Wang Huoqing (2011)The State and Federal Court SystemsBeyond Our Borders: Islamic Law Courts Abroad and at HomeCase 4.2: Johnson v. Oxy USA, Inc. (2016)Managerial Strategy: Should You Consent to Have Your Business Case Decided by a U.S. Magistrate JudgEthical Issue: Should Supreme Court justices follow the Code of Conduct for United States Judges?Following a State Court CaseAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Using Social Media for Service of ProcessCase 4.3: Klipsch Group, Inc. v. ePRO E-Commerce Limited (2018)Courts OnlineAlternative Dispute ResolutionChapter 5: Tort LawThe Basis of Tort LawIntentional Torts against PersonsBusiness Law Analysis: Analyzing Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress ClaimsCase 5.1: Blake v. Giustibelli (2016)Ethical Issue: When does an online criticism of a physician become defamation?Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: Revenge Porn and Invasion of PrivacyIntentional Torts against PropertyNegligenceCase 5.2: Bogenberger v. Pi Kappa Alpha Corporation, Inc. (2018)Landmark in the Law: Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co. (1928)Spotlight on the Seattle Mariners: Case 5.3: Taylor v. Baseball Club of Seattle, L.P. (2006)Strict LiabilityChapter 6: Product LiabilityProduct Liability ClaimsBusiness Web Log: Johnson & Johnson Faces Continuing Lawsuits over Its Talcum PowderLandmark in the Law: MacPherson v. Buick Motor Co. (1916)Case 6.1: Schwarck v. Arctic Cat, Inc. (2016)Strict Product LiabilityLinking Business Law to Corporate Management: Quality ControlBusiness Law Analysis: How State Legislation Can Limit Recovery for Design DefectsEthical Issue: Can a Taser be considered unreasonably dangerous as designed?Case 6.2: Stange v. Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (2018)Managerial Strategy: When Is a Warning Legally Bulletproof?Defenses to Product LiabilitySpotlight on Injuries from Vaccinations: Case 6.3: Bruesewitz v. Wyeth, LLC (2011)Chapter 7: Intellectual Property RightsTrademarksLinking Business Law to Marketing: Trademarks and Service MarksClassic Case 7.1: Coca-Cola Co. v. Koke Co. of America (1920)Ethical Issue: Should the law allow offensive trademark names?Beyond Our Borders: Aleve versus FlanaxSame Pain Killer, But in Different CountriesCase 7.2: LFP IP, LLC v. Hustler Cincinnati, Inc. (2016)Business Web Log: Amazon Faces Fake ProductsPatentsCopyrightsBusiness Law Analysis: Licensing Is a Defense to Copyright InfringementAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Beyoncé, Sampling, and a $20 Million LawsuitCase 7.3: Oracle USA, Inc. v. Rimini Street, Inc. (2018)Trade SecretsInternational ProtectionsChapter 8: Internet Law, Social Media, and PrivacyInternet LawSpotlight on Internet Porn: Case 8.1: Hasbro, Inc. v. Internet Entertainment Group, Ltd. (1996)Copyrights in Digital InformationLandmark In the Law: The Digital Millennium Copyright ActAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Riot Games, Inc., Protects Its Online Video Game CopyriCase 8.2: BMG Rights Management (US), LLC v. Cox Communications, Inc. (2018)Social MediaOnline DefamationBusiness Law Analysis: Immunity of ISPs under the Communications Decency ActCase 8.3: David v. Textor (2016)PrivacyBeyond Our Borders: “The Right to Be Forgotten” in the European UnionEthical Issue: Should smart-TV manufacturers collect consumer-use data?Chapter 9: Criminal Law and Cyber CrimeCivil Law and Criminal LawCriminal LiabilityAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Using Twitter to Cause SeizuresA Crime?Case 9.1: United States v. Crabtree (2018)Managerial Strategy: The Criminalization of American BusinessTypes of CrimesBusiness Law Analysis: Proof of Credit-Card TheftSpotlight on White-Collar Crime: Case 9.2: People v. Sisuphan (2010)Defenses to Criminal LiabilityConstitutional Safeguards and Criminal ProceduresEthical Issue: Should police be able to force you to unlock your mobile phone?Landmark in the Law: Miranda v. Arizona (1966)Cyber CrimeCase 9.3: United States v. Warner (2016)Unit One: Task-Based SimulationUnit 2: Contracts and E-ContractsChapter 10: Nature and ClassificationAn Overview of Contract LawElements of a ContractCase 10.1: Weston v. Cornell University (2016)Types of ContractsEthical Issue: Does a “You break it, you buy it” sign create a unilateral contract?Case 10.2: Boswell v. Panera Bread Co. (2018)Quasi ContractsBusiness Law Analysis: Deciding If a Court Would Impose a Quasi ContractInterpretation of ContractsSpotlight on Columbia Pictures: Case 10.3: Wagner v. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (2007)Chapter 11: AgreementOfferClassic Case 11.1: Lucy v. Zehmer (1954)Spotlight on Amazon.com: Case 11.2: Basis Technology Corp. v. Amazon.com, Inc. (2008)Business Law Analysis: Offers of a RewardAcceptanceAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Can Your E-Mails or Instant Messages Create a Valid ContE-ContractsLinking Business Law to Marketing: Customer Relationship ManagementCase 11.3: Bailey v. Kentucky Lottery Corp. (2018)Ethical Issue: How enforceable are click-on agreements to donate funds to a charity?The Uniform Electronic Transactions ActChapter 12: ConsiderationElements of ConsiderationLandmark in the Law: Hamer v. Sidway (1891)Case 12.1: USS-POSCO Industries v. Case (2016)Agreements That Lack ConsiderationCase 12.2: Baugh v. Columbia Heart Clinic, P.A. (2013)Settlement of ClaimsSpotlight on Nike: Case 12.3: Already, LLC v. Nike, Inc. (2013)Promissory EstoppelChapter 13: Capacity and LegalityContractual CapacitySpotlight on KFC: Case 13.1: PAK Foods Houston, LLC v. Garcia (2014)LegalityBusiness Law Analysis: Determining If a Contract with an Unlicensed Party Is EnforceableCase 13.2: Woischke v. Stursberg & Fine, Inc. (2018)Ethical Issue: Are expansive noncompete agreements reducing worker mobility?Managerial Strategy: Creating Liability Waivers that are not UnconscionableCase 13.3: Holmes v. Multimedia KSDK, Inc. (2013)The Effect of IllegalityChapter 14: Voluntary ConsentMistakesEthical Issue: Should a surviving member of Lynyrd Skynyrd abide by a thirty-year-old consent decreeFraudulent MisrepresentationCase 14.1: McCullough v. Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Co. (2018)Case 14.2: Cronkelton v. Guaranteed Construction Services, LLC (2013)Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: “Catfishing”: Is That Online “Friend” for Real?Case 14.3: Fazio v. Cypress/GR Houston I, LP (2013)Undue Influence and DuressChapter 15: The Statute of Frauds Writing RequirementThe Writing RequirementCase 15.1: Sloop v. Kiker (2016)Exceptions to the Statute of FraudsBeyond Our Borders: The Statute of Frauds and International Sales ContractsSufficiency of the Writing or Electronic RecordCase 15.2: Moore v. Bearkat Energy Partners, LLC (2018)The Parol Evidence RuleCase 15.3: Frewil, LLC v. Price (2015)Chapter 16: Performance and DischargeConditions of PerformanceDischarge by PerformanceBusiness Law Analysis: Determining When a Breach Is MaterialCase 16.1: Kohel v. Bergen Auto Enterprises, LLC (2013)Ethical Issue: Is it a material breach of contract for a hospital to accept a donation and then refuDischarge by AgreementCase 16.2: DWB, LLC v. D&T Pure Trust (2018)Discharge by Operation of LawCase 16.3: Hampton Road Bankshares, Inc. v. Harvard (2016)Beyond Our Borders: Impossibility or Impracticability of Performance in GermanyChapter 17: Breach and RemediesDamagesCase 17.1: Baird v. Owens Community College (2016)Landmark in the Law: Hadley v. Baxendale (1854)Spotlight on Liquidated Damages: Case 17.2: Kent State University v. Ford (2015)Business Law Analysis: Enforceability of Liquidated Damages ProvisionsEquitable RemediesCase 17.3: Cipriano Square Plaza Corp. v. Munawar (2018)Recovery Based on Quasi ContractContract Provisions Limiting RemediesEthical Issue: Can contracts for mixed martial arts fighters limit a fighter’s right to stop fightChapter 18: Third Party RightsAssignmentsCase 18.1: Bass-Fineberg Leasing, Inc. v. Modern Auto Sales, Inc. (2015)DelegationsCase 18.2: Mirandette v. Nelnet, Inc. (2018)Third Party BeneficiariesCase 18.3: Bozzio v. EMI Group, Ltd. (2016)Unit Two: Task-Based SimulationUnit 3: Commercial TransactionsChapter 19: The Formation of Sales and Lease ContractsLandmark in the Law: The Uniform Commercial CodeThe Scope of Articles 2 and 2AAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Taxing Web PurchasesThe Formation of Sales and Lease ContractsCase 19.1: Toll Processing Services, LLC v. Kastalon, Inc. (2018)Case 19.2: C. Mahendra (N.Y.), LLC v. National Gold & Diamond Center, Inc. (2015)Business Law Analysis: Additional Terms between MerchantsClassic Case 19.3: Jones v. Star Credit Corp. (1969)Contracts for the International Sale of GoodsAppendix to Chapter 19: An Example of a Contract for the International Sale of CoffeeChapter 20: Title and Risk of LossIdentificationCase 20.1: BMW Group, LLC v. Castle Oil Corp. (2016)Passage of TitleManagerial Strategy: Commercial Use of DronesCase 20.2: Louisiana Department of Revenue v. Apeck Construction, LLC (2018)Spotlight on Andy Warhol: Case 20.3: Lindholm v. Brant (2007)Risk of LossInsurable InterestChapter 21: Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease ContractsObligations of the Seller or LessorCase 21.1: All the Way Towing, LLC v. Bucks County International, Inc. (2018)Obligations of the Buyer or LesseeRemedies of the Seller or LessorRemedies of the Buyer or LesseeBeyond Our Borders: The CISG’s Approach to Revocation of AcceptanceSpotlight on Baseball Cards: Case 21.2: Fitl v. Strek (2005)WarrantiesClassic Case 21.3: Webster v. Blue Ship Tea Room, Inc. (1964)Business Law Analysis: Implied WarrantiesChapter 22: Negotiable InstrumentsFormation of Negotiable InstrumentsAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Pay with Your SmartphoneCase 22.1: OneWest Bank, FSB v. Nunez (2016)Business Law Analysis: Deciding If an Instrument Is NegotiableCase 22.2: Charles R. Tips Family Trust v. PB Commercial, LLC (2015)Transfer of InstrumentsBeyond Our Borders: Severe Restrictions on Check Indorsements in FranceHolder in Due Course (HDC)Case 22.3: Jarrell v. Conerly (2018)Signature and Warranty LiabilityDefenses, Limitations, and DischargeLandmark in the Law: Federal Trade Commission Rule 433Chapter 23: International and Space LawInternational LawBeyond Our Borders: Border Searches of Your Electronic DevicesCase 23.1: Rubin v. Islamic Republic of Iran (2018)Business Law Analysis: Sovereign Immunity ClaimsDoing Business InternationallyEthical Issue: Is it ethical (and legal) to brew “imported” beer brands domestically?Regulation of Specific Business ActivitiesCase 23.2: Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co., Ltd. v. International Trade Commission (2018)U.S. Laws in a Global ContextSpotlight on International Torts: Case 23.3: Daimler AG v. Bauman (2014)Space LawChapter 24: Banking in the Digital AgeChecks and the Bank-Customer RelationshipThe Bank’s Duty to Honor ChecksCase 24.1: Legg v. West Bank (2016)Case 24.2: Horton v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (2018)The Bank’s Duty to Accept DepositsCase 24.3: Shahin v. Delaware Federal Credit Union (2015)Landmark in the Law: Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21)Electronic Fund TransfersOnline Banking and E-MoneyAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Electronic Payment Systems and the Use of ChecksChapter 25: Security Interests and Creditors’ RightsCreating and Perfecting a Security InterestSpotlight on Wedding Rings: Case 25.1: Royal Jewelers, Inc. v. Light (2015)Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: Secured Transactions OnlineBusiness Law Analysis: Perfecting a Security InterestScope of a Security InterestCase 25.2: In re Tusa-Expo Holdings, Inc. (2016)Priorities, Rights, and DutiesDefaultCase 25.3: SunTrust Bank v. Monroe (2018)Ethical Issue: How long should a secured party have to seek a deficiency judgment?Other Laws Assisting CreditorsChapter 26: BankruptcyThe Bankruptcy CodeBusiness Web Log: Online Retail Competition Causes Yet Another Brick-and-Mortar Retailer to File forLandmark in the Law: The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection ActChapter 7LiquidationBusiness Law Analysis: Violations of the Automatic StayCase 26.1: In re Anderson (2016)Ethical Issue: Should there be more relief for student loan defaults?Case 26.2: In re Cummings (2015)Chapter 11ReorganizationLinking Business Law to Corporate Management: What Can You Do to Prepare for a Chapter 11 ReorganizaBankruptcy Relief under Chapter 13 and Chapter 12Case 26.3: In re Chamberlain (2018)Unit Three: Task-Based SimulationUnit 4: Agency and Employment LawChapter 27: Agency Relationships in BusinessAgency LawEthical Issue: Is it fair to classify Uber and Lyft drivers as independent contractors?Formation of an AgencyCase 27.1: Reidel v. Akron General Health System (2018)Duties of Agents and PrincipalsSpotlight on Taser International: Case 27.2: Taser International, Inc. v. Ward (2010)Agent’s AuthorityLiability in Agency RelationshipsBusiness Law Analysis: Liability of Disclosed PrincipalsLandmark in the Law: The Doctrine of Respondeat SuperiorBeyond Our Borders: Islamic Law and Respondeat SuperiorCase 27.3: M.J. v. Wisan (2016)Termination of an AgencyChapter 28: Employment, Immigration, and Labor LawEmployment at WillCase 28.1: Caterpillar, Inc. v. Sudlow (2016)Wages, Hours, and LeaveEthical Issue: Are employees entitled to receive wages for all the time they spend at work, includinBeyond Our Borders: Brazil Requires Employers to Pay Overtime for Use of Smartphones after Work HouCase 28.2: Encino Motorcars, LLC v. Navarro (2018)Health, Safety, Income Security, and PrivacyBusiness Law Analysis: Workers’ Compensation ClaimsAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Social Media in the Workplace Come of AgeImmigration LawLabor LawManagerial Strategy: Union Organizing Using a Company’s E-Mail SystemCase 28.3: Contemporary Cars, Inc. v. National Labor Relations Board (2016)Chapter 29: Employment DiscriminationTitle VII of the Civil Rights ActLinking Business Law to Corporate Management: Human Resource ManagementAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Hiring Discrimination Based on Social Media PostsCase 29.1: Bauer v. Lynch (2016)Case 29.2: Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (2015)Ethical Issue: Should corporations be forced to publicize the ratio of CEO-to-worker pay?Business Law Analysis: Retaliation ClaimsCase 29.3: Franchina v. City of Providence (2018)Beyond Our Borders: Sexual Harassment in Other NationsDiscrimination Based on Age, Disability, or Military StatusDefenses to Employment DiscriminationAffirmative ActionUnit Four: Task-Based SimulationUnit 5: Business OrganizationsChapter 30: Sole Proprietorships and FranchisesSole ProprietorshipsCase 30.1: A. Gadley Enterprises, Inc. v. Department of Labor and Industry Office of Unemployment CoEthical Issue: Can the religious beliefs of a small business owner justify the business refusing to Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: A Sole Proprietorship, Facebook Poker, and BankruptcyFranchisesBeyond Our Borders: Franchising in Foreign NationsThe Franchise ContractFranchise TerminationCase 30.2: S&P Brake Supply, Inc. v. Daimler Trucks North America, LLC (2018)Spotlight on Holiday Inns: Case 30.3: Holiday Inn Franchising, Inc. v. Hotel Associates, Inc. (2011)Chapter 31: All Forms of PartnershipBasic Partnership ConceptsCase 31.1: Harun v. Rashid (2018)Formation and OperationBeyond Our Borders: Doing Business with Foreign PartnersClassic Case 31.2: Meinhard v. Salmon (1928)Dissociation and TerminationLimited Liability PartnershipsLimited PartnershipsCase 31.3: DeWine v. Valley View Enterprises, Inc. (2015)Ethical Issue: Should an innocent general partner be jointly liable for fraud?Chapter 32: Limited Liability Companies and Special Business FormsThe Limited Liability CompanyLandmark in the Law: Limited Liability Company (LLC) StatutesCase 32.1: Hodge v. Strong Built International, LLC (2015)Beyond Our Borders: Limited Liability Companies in Other NationsLLC Operation and ManagementManagerial Strategy: Can a Person Who Is Not a Member of a Protected Class Sue for Discrimination?Case 32.2: Schaefer v. Orth (2018)Dissociation and Dissolution of an LLCCase 32.3: Reese v. Newman (2016)Business Law Analysis: When Will a Court Order the Dissolution of an LLC?Special Business FormsChapter 33: Corporate Formation and FinancingNature and ClassificationAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Programs That Predict Employee MisconductCase 33.1: Drake Manufacturing Co. v. Polyflow, Inc. (2015)Case 33.2: Pantano v. Newark Museum (2016)Case 33.3: Greenfield v. Mandalay Shores Community Association (2018)Formation and PowersBeyond Our Borders: Does Cloud Computing Have a Nationality?Piercing the Corporate VeilBusiness Law Analysis: Piercing the Corporate VeilCorporate FinancingChapter 34: Corporate Directors, Officers, and ShareholdersDirectors and OfficersDuties and Liabilities of Directors and OfficersCase 34.1: Oliveira v. Sugarman (2016)Classic Case 34.2: Guth v. Loft, Inc. (1939)ShareholdersRights and Duties of ShareholdersCase 34.3: Hammoud v. Advent Home Medical, Inc. (2018)Chapter 35: Corporate Mergers, Takeovers, and TerminationMerger, Consolidation, and Share ExchangeCase 35.1: In re Trulia, Inc. Stockholder Litigation (2016)Purchase of AssetsCase 35.2: Heavenly Hana, LLC v. Hotel Union & Hotel Industry of Hawaii Pension Plan (2018)TakeoversCorporate TerminationMajor Business Forms ComparedChapter 36: Investor Protection, Insider Trading, and Corporate GovernanceSecurities Act of 1933Managerial Strategy: The SEC’s New Pay-Ratio Disclosure RuleAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: Investment CrowdfundingRegulations and RestrictionsLandmark in the Law: Changes to Regulation A: “Reg A+”Case 36.1: Omnicare, Inc. v. Laborers District Council Construction Industry Pension Fund (2015)Securities Exchange Act of 1934Classic Case 36.2: Securities and Exchange Commission v. Texas Gulf Sulphur Co. (1968)Case 36.3: Singer v. Reali (2018)State Securities LawsCorporate GovernanceBeyond Our Borders: Corporate Governance in Other NationsUnit Five: Task-Based SimulationUnit 6: Government RegulationChapter 37: Administrative LawPractical SignificanceLinking Business Law to Corporate Management: Dealing with Administrative LawAgency Creation and PowersCase 37.1: Simmons v. Smith (2018)The Administrative ProcessEthical Issue: Do administrative agencies exercise too much authority?Case 37.2: Craker v. Drug Enforcement Administration (2013)Judicial Deference to Agency DecisionsCase 37.3: Olivares v. Transportation Security Administration (2016)Public AccountabilityChapter 38: Antitrust Law and Promoting CompetitionThe Sherman Antitrust ActBusiness Web Log: Facebook and Google in a World of Antitrust LawLandmark in the Law: The Sherman Antitrust ActSection 1 of the Sherman ActSection 2 of the Sherman ActCase 38.1: McWane, Inc. v. Federal Trade Commission (2015)The Clayton ActCase 38.2: Candelore v. Tinder, Inc. (2018)Enforcement and ExemptionsCase 38.3: TransWeb, LLC v. 3M Innovative Properties Co. (2016)U.S. Antitrust Laws in the Global ContextAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: The European Union Issues Record Fine against Google in Chapter 39: Consumer and Environmental LawAdvertising, Marketing, Sales, and LabelingCase 39.1: POM Wonderful, LLC v. Federal Trade Commission (2015)Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: Regulating “Native” Ads on the InternetCase 39.2: Haywood v. Massage Envy Franchising, LLC (2018)Protection of Health and SafetyCredit ProtectionCase 39.3: Santangelo v. Comcast Corp. (2016)Ethical Issue: Can a company that provides background checks willfully violate the Fair Credit ReporProtecting the EnvironmentBeyond Our Borders: Can a River Be a Legal Person?Air and Water PollutionToxic Chemicals and Hazardous WasteChapter 40: Liability of Accountants and Other ProfessionalsPotential Liability to ClientsLandmark in the Law: The SEC Adopts Global Accounting RulesEthical Issue: What are an attorney’s responsibilities with respect to protecting data stored on tPotential Liability to Third PartiesLiability of Accountants under Other Federal LawsCase 40.1: Laccetti v. Securities and Exchange Commission (2018)Potential Criminal LiabilityConfidentiality and PrivilegeCase 40.2: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Schultz (2016)Unit Six: Task-Based SimulationUnit 7: Property and Its ProtectionChapter 41: Personal Property and BailmentsPersonal Property versus Real PropertyAcquiring Ownership of Personal PropertyAdapting the Law to the Online Environment: The Exploding World of Digital PropertyEthical Issue: Who owns the engagement ring?Business Law Analysis: Effective Gift of a Brokerage AccountClassic Case 41.1: In re Estate of Piper (1984)Mislaid, Lost, and Abandoned PropertyCase 41.2: State of Washington v. Preston (2018)BailmentsCase 41.3: Zissu v. IH2 Property Illinois, L.P. (2016)Chapter 42: Real Property and Landlord-Tenant LawThe Nature of Real PropertyOwnership Interests and LeasesCase 42.1: In the Matter of the Estate of Nelson (2018)Transfer of OwnershipSpotlight on Sales of Haunted Houses: Case 42.2: Stambovsky v. Ackley (1991)Business Law Analysis: When Possession of Property Is Not “Adverse”Case 42.3: Montgomery County v. Bhatt (2016)Ethical Issue: Should eminent domain be used to promote private development?Landlord-Tenant RelationshipsChapter 43: Insurance, Wills, and TrustsInsuranceCase 43.1: Breeden v. Buchanan (2015)WillsCase 43.2: In re Navarra (2018)Adapting the Law to the Online Environment: Social Media Estate PlanningTrustsCase 43.3: Dowdy v. Dowdy (2016)Unit Seven: Task-Based SimulationAPPENDICESA How to Brief Cases and Analyze Case ProblemsB The Constitution of the United StatesC The Uniform Commercial CodeD Answers to the Issue SpottersE Sample Answers for Business Case Problems with Sample AnswerGlossaryTable of CasesIndex