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Business Law with UCC Applications https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1264217935.jpeg 16 2024 9781264217939 Business Law with UCC Applications, 16/e, is designed to present legal concepts in the most coherent and accessible way and to provide up-to-date coverage of both business and general law topics that are essential to today’s students. Engaging pedagogical features found in the text bring in relevant topics related to current social, political, economic, or ethical issues. Connect, an easy-to-use homework and learning management solution houses our suite of resources and assignments that go hand in hand with the textbook content. Application-Based Activities in Connect are highly interactive, assignable exercises that provide students a safe space to apply the concepts they have learned to real-world, course-specific problems. Each Application-Based Activity involves the application of multiple concepts, allowing students to synthesize information and use critical thinking skills to solve realistic scenarios.
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Business Law with UCC Applications
Business Law with UCC Applications

Business Law with UCC Applications, 16th Edition

ISBN10: 1264217935 | ISBN13: 9781264217939
By Paul Sukys
© 2024

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Business Law with UCC Applications, 16/e, is designed to present legal concepts in the most coherent and accessible way and to provide up-to-date coverage of both business and general law topics that are essential to today’s students. Engaging pedagogical features found in the text bring in relevant topics related to current social, political, economic, or ethical issues. Connect, an easy-to-use homework and learning management solution houses our suite of resources and assignments that go hand in hand with the textbook content. Application-Based Activities in Connect are highly interactive, assignable exercises that provide students a safe space to apply the concepts they have learned to real-world, course-specific problems. Each Application-Based Activity involves the application of multiple concepts, allowing students to synthesize information and use critical thinking skills to solve realistic scenarios.

PART ONE: ETHICS, LAW, AND THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM
Chapter 1: Ethics and the Law 
Chapter 2: Sources of the Law 
Chapter 3: The Judicial Process and Cyber-Procedure 
Chapter 4: Alternative Dispute Resolution and Cyber-ADR 
Chapter 5: Criminal Law and Cybercrimes 
Chapter 6: Tort Law and Cybertorts 
Case Study: Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, New York v. Andrew M. Cuomo Governor of New York 

PART TWO: CONTRACT LAW
Chapter 7: The Essentials of Contract Law 
Chapter 8: Offer, Acceptance, and Mutual Assent 
Chapter 9: Consideration and Cyber-Payments 
Chapter 10: Capacity and Legality: The Final Elements 
Chapter 11: Written Contracts and Cyber-Commerce 
Chapter 12: Assignment, Discharge, and Remedies 
Case Study: Sylvia Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services, et al. v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., et al. (AKA The Hobby Lobby Case) 

PART THREE: SALES AND CONSUMER PROTECTION
Chapter 13: Sales Contracts: Formation, Title, and Risk of Loss 
Chapter 14: Sales Contracts: Rights, Duties, Breach, and Warranties
Chapter 15: Product Liability and Consumer Protection 
Case Study: Pritchard v. Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company 

PART FOUR: NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS AND BANKING
Chapter 16: The Nature of Negotiable Instruments 
Chapter 17: Holders in Due Course, Defenses, and Liabilities 
Chapter 18: Bank–Depositor Relationships and Cyber-Banking 
Case Study: Bowling Green, Inc., v. State Street Bank and Trust Company 

PART FIVE: INSURANCE, SECURED TRANSACTIONS, AND BANKRUPTCY
Chapter 19: Insurance 
Chapter 20: Mortgages, Land Contracts, and the 21st-Century Financial Crisis 
Chapter 21: Bankruptcy Law: In Theory, in History, and in Practice 
Case Study: Superior Savings Association v. City of Cleveland 

PART SIX: AGENCY AND EMPLOYMENT 
Chapter 22: Agency Law 
Chapter 23: Employment Law 
Chapter 24: Labor Law 
Case Study: Bethany College and Thomas Jorsch and Lisa Guinn 781

PART SEVEN: BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND REGULATION
Chapter 25: The Business Entity: An Introduction 
Chapter 26: The Corporate Entity 
Chapter 27: Managing the Corporate Entity 
Chapter 28: Government Regulation of the Corporate Entity 
Case Study: Gries Sports Enterprises, Inc. v. Cleveland, Browns Football Co., Inc., 

PART EIGHT: PROPERTY LAW
Chapter 29: Personal Property and Bailments 
Chapter 30: Real Property and Landlord and Tenant Law 
Chapter 31: Wills, Advance Directives, and Trusts
Case Study: Obergefell, et al., v. Hodges, Director, Ohio Department of Health, et al. 

PART NINE: THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT 
Chapter 32: Professional Liability 
Chapter 33: Science, Technology, and Law in the 21st Century 
Chapter 34: International Law and the New World Order 
Case Study: Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (Request for Advisory Opinion) 

APPENDIXES 
Appendix A: The Constitution of the United States
Appendix B: Uniform Commercial Code (Articles 1, 2, 2a, and 3)* 
Appendix C: United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods 
Appendix D: Patrick Henry’s Tax Assessment Bill and James Madison’s “Memorial and Remonstrance”


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About the Author

Paul Sukys

Paul A. Sukys is an attorney and professor emeritus of applied philosophy, humanities, and law at North Central State College in Mansfield, Ohio, where he has taught courses in business law; the legal and ethical aspects of health care; leadership and the humanities; American government; philosophy and science; ethics; science, art, and literature; introduction to the humanities; Eastern philosophy; the philosophy of religion; and Western philosophy.

He has also taught at Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Ashland University, and Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. He is the sole author of Lifting the Scientific Veil: Science Appreciation for the Nonscientist and Business Law with UCC Applications and co-author of Civil Litigation and Understanding Business and Personal Law. He has written numerous articles, including “The Hobby Lobby Teachable Moment: Veil Piercing, Corporate Rights, and the Legal Debate,” (Business Education Forum) and “Robinson’s Theological Catch 22 and Emerson’s Divine Man: When Good Intentions Go Wrong,” (Community College Humanities Review). He has also made various presentations at professional conferences, including a session at the National Business Education Association convention in 2018, entitled, “Employment Law in the 21st Century: Can Basic Principles Survive Under Social, Religious, and Political Pressure?”

Sukys earned his doctorate in applied philosophy and art history at the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati. He received undergraduate and graduate degrees in English Literature from John Carroll University in Cleveland, where he taught as a graduate associate. He earned his law degree at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, the law school of Cleveland State University. Sukys is a member of the Ohio Bar, the National Business Education Association (NBEA), the Community College Humanities Association (CCHA), the Christian Legal Society, the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), and the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle (CLSC). Sukys lives in Cleveland.

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