Law for Business13th Edition
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Law, Legal Reasoning, and the Legal Profession 3
Chapter 2 - Dispute Settlement 26
Chapter 3 - Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 49
Chapter 4 - Business and the Constitution 74
Chapter 5 - Crimes 90
Chapter 6 - Intentional Torts 104
Chapter 7 - Negligence and Strict Liability 119
Chapter 8 - Licensing and Intellectual Property 132
Chapter 9 - The Nature and Origins of Contracts 152
Chapter 10 - Creating a Contract: Offers 167
Chapter 11 - Creating a Contract: Acceptances 185
Chapter 12 - Consideration 199
Chapter 13- Capacity to Contract 215
Chapter 14 - Voluntary Consent 228
Chapter 15 - Illegality 243
Chapter 16 - The Form and Meaning of Contracts 258
Chapter 17 - Third Parties’ Contract Rights 274
Chapter 18 - Performance and Remedies 285
Chapter 19 - Formation and Terms of Sales Contracts 304
Chapter 20 - Warranties and Product Liability 323
Chapter 21 - Performance of Sales Contracts 350
Chapter 22 - Remedies for Breach of Sales Contracts 368
Chapter 23 - The Agency Relationship—Creation, Duties, andTermination 386
Chapter 24 - Liability of Principals and Agents to Third Parties406
Chapter 25 - Employment Laws 423
Chapter 26 - Which Form of Business Organization? 446
Chapter 27 - Partnerships 467
Chapter 28 - Formation and Termination of Corporations 490
Chapter 29 - Management of the Corporate Business 513
Chapter 30 - Financing the Corporation and the Role of theShareholders 534
Chapter 31 - Securities Regulation 556
Chapter 32 - Legal Liability of Accountants 581
Chapter 33 - Personal Property and Bailments 602
Chapter 34 - Real Property 626
Chapter 35 - Landlord and Tenant 659
Chapter 36 - Estates and Trusts 682
Chapter 37 - Insurance 708
Chapter 38 - Negotiable Instruments 730
Chapter 39 - Negotiation and Holder in Due Course 748
Chapter 40 - Liability of Parties 776
Chapter 41 - Checks and Electronic Fund Transfers 802
Chapter 42 - Introduction to Security 824
Chapter 43 - Security Interests in Personal Property 841
Chapter 44 - Bankruptcy 869
Chapter 45 - The Antitrust Laws 902
Chapter 46 - Consumer Protection Laws 923
Chapter 47 -Environmental Regulation 942
Appendix A: The Constitution of the United States of America 970
Appendix B: Glossary of Legal Terms and Definitions 987
Appendix C: Spanish–English Equivalents for Important Legal Terms 1008
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