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- Full title: Business Law Today, Standard: Text & Summarized Cases, 13th Edition
- Edition: 13th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
- ISBN: 9780357634974, 9780357634974
- Format: PDF
Description of Business Law Today, Standard: Text & Summarized Cases, 13th Edition:
Gain a clear understanding of business law and how it impacts today’s business world – whether you’re pursuing a corporate career or entrepreneurial opportunities. Miller’s best-selling BUSINESS LAW TODAY: STANDARD, 13E keeps the study of business law engaging and relevant while ensuring you understand important legal, ethical and corporate issues. This edition immerses you in legal action with classic, spotlighted and updated cases as recent as 2020 and more than one hundred new examples and case examples from well-known companies, such as Nike, Apple, Google and Gucci. More than 40 new or updated learning features highlight high-interest legal topics, from cybersecurity and the law online to managerial strategies and ethical dilemmas. Visually compelling pages illustrate the latest legal developments across the globe, in the U.S. Supreme court and even at state level, as you explore how the law is applied to various real business situations.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, Standard: Text & Summarized Cases, 13th Edition PDF ebook:
Contents in BriefContentsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsUnit 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: Negligence5-5: Strict LiabilityChapter 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: Consideration, Capacity, and Legality12-1: ConsiderationLandmark in the Law: Hamer v. Sidway (1891)Case 12.1: Cincinnati Reds, L.L.C. v. Testa12-2: Promissory Estoppel12-3: Contractual Capacity12-4: Legality12-5: The Effect of IllegalityChapter 13: Defenses to Contract Enforceability13-1: Mistakes13-2: Fraudulent Misrepresentation13-3: Undue Influence and Duress13-4: The Writing Requirement13-5: The Parol Evidence RuleChapter 14: Third Party Rights and Discharge14-1: Assignments14-2: Delegations14-3: Third Party Beneficiaries14-4: Contract DischargeChapter 15: Breach and Remedies15-1: Damages15-2: Equitable Remedies15-3: Recovery Based on Quasi Contract15-4: Contract Provisions Limiting RemediesUnit 3: Commercial TransactionsChapter 16: Sales and Lease Contracts16-1: The Scope of Articles 2 and 2A16-2: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts16-3: Title and Risk of Loss16-4: Contracts for the International Sale of GoodsChapter 17: Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts17-1: Obligations of the Seller or Lessor17-2: Obligations of the Buyer or Lessee17-3: Remedies of the Seller or Lessor17-4: Remedies of the Buyer or Lessee17-5: WarrantiesChapter 18: Negotiable Instruments18-1: Formation of Negotiable Instruments18-2: Transfer of Instruments18-3: Holder in Due Course (HDC)18-4: Signature and Warranty Liability18-5: Defenses, Limitations, and DischargeChapter 19: International and Space Law19-1: International Law19-2: Doing Business Internationally19-3: Regulation of Specific Business Activities19-4: U.S. Laws in a Global Context19-5: Space LawChapter 20: Banking20-1: Checks and the Bank-Customer Relationship20-2: The Bank’s Duty to Honor Checks20-3: The Bank’s Duty to Accept Deposits20-4: Electronic Fund Transfers20-5: Banking in the Digital AgeChapter 21: Security Interests and Creditors’ Rights21-1: Creating and Perfecting a Security Interest21-2: Scope of a Security Interest21-3: Priorities, Rights, and Duties21-4: Default21-5: Other Laws Assisting CreditorsChapter 22: Bankruptcy22-1: The Bankruptcy Code22-2: Chapter 7-Liquidation22-3: Chapter 11-Reorganization22-4: Bankruptcy Relief under Chapter 13 and Chapter 12Unit 4: Agency and Employment LawChapter 23: Agency Relationships in Business23-1: Agency Law23-2: Formation of an Agency23-3: Duties of Agents and Principals23-4: Agent’s Authority23-5: Liability in Agency Relationships23-6: Termination of an AgencyChapter 24: Employment, Immigration, and Labor Law24-1: Employment at Will24-2: Wages, Hours, and Leave24-3: Health, Safety, Income Security, and Privacy24-4: Immigration Law24-5: Labor LawChapter 25: Employment Discrimination25-1: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act25-2: Discrimination Based on Age, Disability, or Military Status25-3: Defenses to Employment Discrimination25-4: Affirmative ActionUnit 5: Business OrganizationsChapter 26: Sole Proprietorships and Franchises26-1: Sole Proprietorships26-2: Franchises26-3: The Franchise Contract26-4: Franchise TerminationChapter 27: All Forms of Partnership27-1: Basic Partnership Concepts27-2: Formation and Operation27-3: Dissociation and Termination27-4: Limited Liability Partnerships27-5: Limited PartnershipsChapter 28: Limited Liability Companies and Special Business Forms28-1: The Limited Liability Company28-2: LLC Operation and Management28-3: Dissociation and Dissolution of an LLC28-4: Special Business FormsChapter 29: Corporations29-1: Nature and Classification29-2: Formation and Powers29-3: Directors and Officers29-4: Shareholders29-5: Major Business Forms ComparedChapter 30: Investor Protection, Insider Trading, and Corporate Governance30-1: Securities Act of 193330-2: Securities Exchange Act of 193430-3: State Securities Laws30-4: Corporate GovernanceUnit 6: Government RegulationChapter 31: Antitrust Law and Promoting Competition31-1: The Sherman Antitrust Act31-2: Section 1 of the Sherman Act31-3: Section 2 of the Sherman Act31-4: The Clayton Act31-5: Enforcement and Exemptions31-6: U.S. Antitrust Laws in the Global ContextChapter 32: Consumer and Environmental Law32-1: Advertising, Marketing, Sales, and Labeling32-2: Protection of Health and Safety32-3: Credit Protection32-4: Protecting the Environment32-5: Air and Water Pollution32-6: Toxic Chemicals and Hazardous WasteChapter 33: Liability of Accountants and Other Professionals33-1: Potential Liability to Clients33-2: Potential Liability to Third Parties33-3: Liability of Accountants under Federal Laws33-4: Potential Criminal Liability33-5: Confidentiality and PrivilegeUnit 7: Property and Its ProtectionChapter 34: Personal Property and Bailments34-1: Personal Property versus Real Property34-2: Acquiring Ownership of Personal Property34-3: Mislaid, Lost, and Abandoned Property34-4: BailmentsChapter 35: Real Property and Landlord-Tenant Law35-1: The Nature of Real Property35-2: Ownership Interests and Leases35-3: Transfer of Ownership35-4: Landlord-Tenant RelationshipsChapter 36: Insurance, Wills, and Trusts36-1: Insurance36-2: Wills36-3: TrustsAppendix A: How to Brief Cases and Analyze Case ProblemsAppendix B: The Constitution of the United StatesAppendix C: The Uniform Commercial Code (Excerpts)Appendix D: Answers to Issue SpottersAppendix E: Sample Answers for Business Case Problems with Sample AnswerGlossaryTable of CasesIndex