Business Law with UCC Applications, 15th Edition
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Business Law with UCC Applications, 15/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.
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: Barbara Schneider, Plaintiff-Appellantv. Mark Kumpf, Defendant-Appellee
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 Third Parties, 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: Norcold, Inc. v. Gateway Supply 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: Read v. South Carolina National Bank
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: Evans v. Georgia Regional Hospital
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. 899
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)
Appendix A: The Constitution of theUnited 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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