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- Full title: Business Law Today, Comprehensive, 13th Edition
- Edition: 13th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
- ISBN: 9780357634813, 9780357634813
- Format: PDF
Description of Business Law Today, Comprehensive, 13th Edition:
Master today’s legal concepts and principles with the reader-friendly approach in Miller’s popular BUSINESS LAW TODAY: COMPREHENSIVE EDITION, 13E. Rather than dry, legalese language, this edition offers an interesting, interactive learning experience with clear organization and vibrant visuals that reinforce critical thinking as well as important legal topics, terms and processes. A proven learn-by-example approach highlights cases as recent as 2020, creative hypothetical situations and examples from companies as familiar as Google and Gucci. Compelling learning features emphasize critical issues, such as ethics and cybersecurity law, to prepare you for today’s complex social, technological and legal disputes. You gain a strong understanding of how business law impacts real business, online interaction and your own daily life as you learn to recognize legal issues, resolve legal disputes and navigate government regulations.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 Business Law Today, Comprehensive, 13th Edition PDF ebook:
Contents in BriefContentsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsDedicationUnit 1: The Legal Environment of BusinessChapter 1: Law and Legal Reasoning1-1: Business Activities and the Legal Environment1-2: Sources of American Law1-3: The Common Law1-4: Classifications of LawAppendix to Chapter 1Finding and Analyzing the LawFinding Statutory and Administrative LawFinding Case LawReading and Understanding Case LawChapter 2: Constitutional Law2-1: The Constitutional Powers of Government2-2: Business and the Bill of Rights2-3: Due Process and Equal Protection2-4: Privacy RightsChapter 3: Ethics in Business3-1: Ethics and the Role of Business3-2: Ethical Principles and Philosophies3-3: Sources of Ethical Issues in Business Decisions3-4: Making Ethical Business Decisions3-5: Business Ethics on a Global LevelAppendix to Chapter 3Costco Code of EthicsChapter 4: Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution4-1: The Judiciary’s Role in American Government4-2: Basic Judicial Requirements4-3: The State and Federal Court Systems4-4: Following a State Court Case4-5: Courts Online4-6: Alternative Dispute ResolutionChapter 5: Tort Law5-1: The Basis of Tort Law5-2: Intentional Torts against Persons5-3: Intentional Torts against Property5-4: NegligenceChapter 6: Product Liability6-1: Product Liability Claims6-2: Strict Product Liability6-3: Defenses to Product LiabilityChapter 7: Intellectual Property Rights7-1: Trademarks7-2: Patents7-3: Copyrights7-4: Trade Secrets7-5: International ProtectionsChapter 8: Internet Law, Social Media, and Privacy8-1: Internet Law8-2: Copyrights in Digital Information8-3: Social Media8-4: Online Defamation8-5: PrivacyChapter 9: Criminal Law and Cyber Crime9-1: Civil Law and Criminal Law9-2: Criminal Liability9-3: Types of Crimes9-4: Defenses to Criminal Liability9-5: Constitutional Safeguards9-6: Cyber CrimeUnit 2: Contracts and E-ContractsChapter 10: Nature and Classification10-1: An Overview of Contract Law10-2: Elements of a Contract10-3: Types of Contracts10-4: Quasi Contracts10-5: Interpretation of ContractsChapter 11: Agreement11-1: Offer11-2: Acceptance11-3: E-Contracts11-4: The Uniform Electronic Transactions ActChapter 12: Consideration12-1: Elements of Consideration12-2: Agreements That Lack Consideration12-3: Settlement of Claims12-4: Promissory EstoppelChapter 13: Capacity and Legality13-1: Contractual Capacity13-2: Legality13-3: The Effect of IllegalityChapter 14: Voluntary Consent14-1: Mistakes14-2: Fraudulent Misrepresentation14-3: Undue Influence and DuressChapter 15: The Statute of Frauds-Writing Requirement15-1: The Writing Requirement15-2: Exceptions to the Statute of Frauds15-3: Sufficiency of the Writing15-4: The Parol Evidence RuleChapter 16: Performance and Discharge16-1: Conditions of Performance16-2: Discharge by Performance16-3: Discharge by Agreement16-4: Discharge by Operation of LawChapter 17: Breach and Remedies17-1: Damages17-2: Equitable Remedies17-3: Recovery Based on Quasi Contract17-4: Contract Provisions Limiting RemediesChapter 18: Third Party Rights18-1: Assignments18-2: Delegations18-3: Third Party BeneficiariesUnit 3: Commercial TransactionsChapter 19: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts19-1: The Scope of Articles 2 and 2A19-2: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts19-3: Contracts for the International Sale of GoodsChapter 20: Title and Risk of Loss20-1: Identification20-2: Passage of Title20-3: Risk of Loss20-4: Insurable InterestChapter 21: Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts21-1: Obligations of the Seller or Lessor21-2: Obligations of the Buyer or Lessee21-3: Remedies of the Seller or Lessor21-4: Remedies of the Buyer or Lessee21-5: WarrantiesChapter 22: Negotiable Instruments22-1: Formation of Negotiable Instruments22-2: Transfer of Instruments22-3: Holder in Due Course (HDC)22-4: Signature and Warranty Liability22-5: Defenses, Limitations, and DischargeChapter 23: International and Space Law23-1: International Law23-2: Doing Business Internationally23-3: Regulation of Specific Business Activities23-4: U.S. Laws in a Global Context23-5: Space LawChapter 24: Banking24-1: Checks and the Bank-Customer Relationship24-2: The Bank’s Duty to Honor Checks24-3: The Bank’s Duty to Accept Deposits24-4: Electronic Fund Transfers24-5: Banking in the Digital AgeChapter 25: Security Interests and Creditors’ Rights25-1: Creating and Perfecting a Security Interest25-2: Scope of a Security Interest25-3: Priorities, Rights, and Duties25-4: Default25-5: Other Laws Assisting CreditorsChapter 26: Bankruptcy26-1: The Bankruptcy Code26-2: Chapter 7-Liquidation26-3: Chapter 11-Reorganization26-4: Bankruptcy Relief under Chapter 13 and Chapter 12Unit 4: Agency and Employment LawChapter 27: Agency Relationships in Business27-1: Agency Law27-2: Formation of an Agency27-3: Duties of Agents and Principals27-4: Agent’s Authority27-5: Liability in Agency Relationships27-6: Termination of an AgencyChapter 28: Employment, Immigration, and Labor Law28-1: Employment at Will28-2: Wages, Hours, and Leave28-3: Health, Safety, Income Security, and Privacy28-4: Immigration Law28-5: Labor LawChapter 29: Employment Discrimination29-1: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act29-2: Discrimination Based on Age, Disability, or Military Status29-3: Defenses to Employment Discrimination29-4: Affirmative ActionUnit 5: Business OrganizationsChapter 30: Sole Proprietorships and Franchises30-1: Sole Proprietorships30-2: Franchises30-3: The Franchise Contract30-4: Franchise TerminationChapter 31: All Forms of Partnership31-1: Basic Partnership Concepts31-2: Formation and Operation31-3: Dissociation and Termination31-4: Limited Liability Partnerships31-5: Limited PartnershipsChapter 32: Limited Liability Companies and Special Business Forms32-1: The Limited Liability Company32-2: LLC Operation and Management32-3: Dissociation and Dissolution of an LLC32-4: Special Business FormsChapter 33: Corporate Formation and Financing33-1: Nature and Classification33-2: Formation and Powers33-3: Piercing the Corporate Veil33-4: Corporate FinancingChapter 34: Corporate Directors, Officers, and Shareholders34-1: Directors and Officers34-2: Duties and Liabilities of Directors and Officers34-3: Shareholders34-4: Rights of ShareholdersChapter 35: Corporate Mergers, Takeovers, and Termination35-1: Merger, Consolidation, and Share Exchange35-2: Purchase of Assets35-3: Takeovers35-4: Corporate Termination35-5: Major Business Forms ComparedChapter 36: Investor Protection, Insider Trading, and Corporate Governance36-1: Securities Act of 193336-2: Securities Exchange Act of 193436-3: State Securities Laws36-4: Corporate GovernanceUnit 6: Government RegulationChapter 37: Administrative Law37-1: Practical Significance37-2: Agency Creation and Powers37-3: The Administrative Process37-4: Judicial Deference to Agency Decisions37-5: Public AccountabilityChapter 38: Antitrust Law and Promoting Competition38-1: The Sherman Antitrust Act38-2: Section 1 of the Sherman Act38-3: Section 2 of the Sherman Act38-4: The Clayton Act38-5: Enforcement and Exemptions38-6: U.S. Antitrust Laws in the Global ContextChapter 39: Consumer and Environmental Law39-1: Advertising, Marketing, Sales, and Labeling39-2: Protection of Health and Safety39-3: Credit Protection39-4: Protecting the Environment39-5: Air and Water Pollution39-6: Toxic Chemicals and Hazardous WasteChapter 40: Liability of Accountants and Other Professionals40-1: Potential Liability to Clients40-2: Potential Liability to Third Parties40-3: Liability of Accountants under Federal Laws40-4: Potential Criminal Liability40-5: Confidentiality and PrivilegeUnit 7: Property and Its ProtectionChapter 41: Personal Property and Bailments41-1: Personal Property versus Real Property41-2: Acquiring Ownership of Personal Property41-3: Mislaid, Lost, and Abandoned Property41-4: BailmentsChapter 42: Real Property and Landlord-Tenant Law42-1: The Nature of Real Property42-2: Ownership Interests and Leases42-3: Transfer of Ownership42-4: Landlord-Tenant RelationshipsChapter 43: Insurance, Wills, and Trusts43-1: Insurance43-2: Wills43-3: TrustsAppendix A: How to Brief Cases and Analyze Case ProblemsAppendix B: The Constitution of the United StatesAppendix C: The Uniform Commercial CodeAppendix D: Answers to the Issue SpottersAppendix E: Sample Answers for Business Case Problems with Sample AnswerGlossaryTable of CasesIndex