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- Full title: Business Law Today, The Essentials: Text and Summarized Cases, 13th Edition
- Edition: 13th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Roger LeRoy Miller
- ISBN: 9780357635223, 9780357635377
- Format: PDF
Description of Business Law Today, The Essentials: Text and 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 popular BUSINESS LAW TODAY: ESSENTIALS, 13E keeps the study of business law engaging and relevant while ensuring you understand the most essential aspects of legal, ethical and corporate issues. This concise edition immerses you in today’s legal action with classic, spotlighted and updated cases as recent as 2020 and extensive new examples from companies as familiar as Google and Gucci. More than 40 new or updated learning features highlight high-interest legal topics — from cybersecurity and the law online to effective 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 today’s law is applied to various business and life 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, The Essentials: Text and Summarized Cases, 13th Edition PDF ebook:
Contents in BriefContentsPrefaceAcknowledgmentsDedicationChapter 1: Legal and Constitutional Foundations of Business1-1: Sources of American Law1-2: The Common Law1-3: Classifications of Law1-4: The Constitutional Powers of Government1-5: Business and the Bill of Rights1-6: Due Process, Equal Protection, and PrivacyAppendix to Chapter 1: Finding and Analyzing the LawFinding Statutory and Administrative LawFinding Case LawReading and Understanding Case LawChapter 2: Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution2-1: The Judiciary’s Role in American Government2-2: Basic Judicial Requirements2-3: The State and Federal Court Systems2-4: Following a State Court Case2-5: Courts Online2-6: Alternative Dispute ResolutionChapter 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: Tort Law4-1: The Basis of Tort Law4-2: Intentional Torts against Persons4-3: Intentional Torts against Property4-4: Negligence4-5: Strict Liability4-6: Product LiabilityChapter 5: Intellectual Property Rights5-1: Trademarks5-2: Patents5-3: Copyrights5-4: Trade Secrets5-5: International ProtectionsChapter 6: Internet Law, Social Media, and Privacy6-1: Internet Law6-2: Copyrights in Digital Information6-3: Social Media6-4: Online Defamation6-5: PrivacyChapter 7: Criminal Law and Cyber Crime7-1: Civil Law and Criminal Law7-2: Criminal Liability7-3: Types of Crimes7-4: Defenses to Criminal Liability7-5: Constitutional SafeguardsChapter 8: Agreement and Consideration in Contracts8-1: An Overview of Contract Law8-2: Agreement8-3: Consideration8-4: E-ContractsChapter 9: Capacity, Legality, and Enforceability9-1: Contractual Capacity9-2: Legality9-3: Voluntary Consent9-4: The Writing RequirementChapter 10: Contract Performance, Breach, and Remedies10-1: Third Party Rights10-2: Performance and Discharge10-3: Damages10-4: Equitable Remedies10-5: Recovery Based on Quasi ContractChapter 11: Sales and Lease Contracts11-1: The Scope of Articles 2 and 2A11-2: The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts11-3: Title and Risk of Loss11-4: Contracts for the International Sale of GoodsChapter 12: Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts12-1: Performance Obligations12-2: Remedies for Breach12-3: WarrantiesChapter 13: Negotiable Instruments13-1: Formation of Negotiable Instruments13-2: Transfer of Instruments13-3: Holder in Due Course (HDC)13-4: Signature and Warranty Liability13-5: Defenses, Limitations, and DischargeChapter 14: Banking14-1: Checks and the Bank-Customer Relationship14-2: The Bank’s Duty to Honor Checks14-3: The Bank’s Duty to Accept Deposits14-4: Electronic Fund Transfers14-5: Banking in the Digital AgeChapter 15: Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy15-1: Laws Assisting Creditors15-2: The Bankruptcy Code15-3: Chapter 7-Liquidation15-4: Chapter 11-Reorganization15-5: Bankruptcy Relief under Chapter 13 and Chapter 12Chapter 16: Agency Relationships in Business16-1: Agency Law16-2: Formation of an Agency16-3: Duties of Agents and Principals16-4: Agent’s Authority16-5: Liability in Agency Relationships16-6: Termination of an AgencyChapter 17: Employment Law17-1: Employment at Will17-2: Wages, Hours, and Leave17-3: Health, Safety, and Income Security17-4: Immigration Law17-5: Employment DiscriminationChapter 18: The Entrepreneur’s Options18-1: Sole Proprietorships18-2: General Partnerships18-3: Other Types of Partnerships18-4: Limited Liability Companies18-5: FranchisesChapter 19: Corporations19-1: Nature and Classification19-2: Formation and Powers19-3: Directors and Officers19-4: Shareholders19-5: Major Business Forms ComparedChapter 20: Investor Protection, Insider Trading, and Corporate Governance20-1: Securities Act of 193320-2: Securities Exchange Act of 193420-3: State Securities Laws20-4: Corporate GovernanceChapter 21: Antitrust Law and Promoting Competition21-1: The Sherman Antitrust Act21-2: Section 1 of the Sherman Act21-3: Section 2 of the Sherman Act21-4: The Clayton Act21-5: Enforcement and Exemptions21-6: U.S. Antitrust Laws in the Global ContextChapter 22: Consumer Law22-1: Advertising, Marketing, Sales, and Labeling22-2: Protection of Health and Safety22-3: Credit ProtectionChapter 23: Personal Property, Bailments, and Insurance23-1: Personal Property versus Real Property23-2: Acquiring Ownership of Personal Property23-3: Mislaid, Lost, and Abandoned Property23-4: Bailments23-5: InsuranceChapter 24: Real Property and Environmental Law24-1: The Nature of Real Property24-2: Ownership Interests and Leases24-3: Transfer of Ownership24-4: Landlord-Tenant Relationships24-5: Protecting the EnvironmentChapter 25: International and Space Law25-1: International Law25-2: Doing Business Internationally25-3: Regulation of Specific Business Activities25-4: U.S. Laws in a Global Context25-5: Space LawAppendix A: How to Brief Cases and Analyze Case ProblemsAppendix B: Answers to the Issue SpottersAppendix C: Sample Answers for Business Case Problems with Sample AnswerGlossaryTable of CasesIndex