Law for Business14th Edition
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Ch. 1 Law and Legal Reasoning
Ch. 2 Dispute Settlement
Ch. 3 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Ch. 4 Business and the Constitution
Ch. 5 Crimes
Ch. 6 Intentional Torts
Ch. 7 Negligence and Strict Liability
Ch. 8 Licensing and Intellectual Property
PART TWO: Contracts
Ch. 9 The Nature and Origins of Contracts
Ch. 10 Creating a Contract: Offers
Ch. 11 Creating a Contract: Acceptances
Ch. 12 Consideration
Ch. 13 Capacity to Contract
Ch. 14 Voluntary Consent
Ch. 15 Illegality
Ch. 16 The Form and Meaning of Contracts
Ch. 17 Third Parties’ Contract Rights
Ch. 18 Performance and Remedies
PART THREE: Sales
Ch. 19 Formation and Terms of Sales Contracts
Ch. 20 Warranties and Product Liability
Ch. 21 Performance of Sales Contracts
Ch. 22 Remedies for Breach of Sales Contracts
PART FOUR: Agency and Employment
Ch. 23 The Agency Relationship—Creation, Duties, and Termination
Ch. 24 Liability of Principals and Agents to Third Parties
Ch. 25 Employment Laws
PART FIVE: Business Organizations
Ch. 26 Which Form of Business Organization?
Ch. 27 Partnerships
Ch. 28 Formation and Termination of Corporations
Ch. 29 Management of the Corporate Business
Ch. 30 Financing the Corporation and the Role of the Shareholders
Ch. 31 Securities Regulation
Ch. 32 Legal Liability of Accountants
PART SIX: Property
Ch. 33 Personal Property and Bailments
Ch. 34 Real Property
Ch. 35 Landlord and Tenant
Ch. 36 Estates and Trusts
Ch. 37 Insurance
PART SEVEN: Commercial Paper
Ch. 38 Negotiable Instruments
Ch. 39 Negotiation and Holder in Due Course
Ch. 40 Liability of Parties
Ch. 41 Checks and Electronic Fund Transfers
PART EIGHT: Credit Transactions
Ch. 42 Introduction to Security
Ch. 43 Security Interests in Personal Property
Ch. 44 Bankruptcy
PART NINE: Government Regulation
Ch. 45 The Antitrust Laws
Ch. 46 Consumer Protection Laws
Ch. 47 Environmental Regulation
A The Constitution of the United States of America
B Glossary of Legal Terms and Definitions
C Spanish–English Equivalents for Important Legal Terms
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