The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business18th Edition
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1 Law as a Foundation for Business
2 The Role of Ethics in Decision Making
3 The Court System
5 Alternative Dispute Resolution
6 The Constitution
Part TWO Basic Legal Principles
7 The Property System
8 Contract Formation
9 Contractual Performance and Breach
10 Torts Affecting Business
11 Intellectual Property
12 International Law
13 Criminal Law and Business
14 Business Organizations
Part THREE The Regulatory Landscape for Business
15 The Regulatory Process
16 Regulating Competition—Antitrust Laws
17 Financial and Securities Regulations
18 Privacy and Consumer Protection
19 Environmental Regulation and Resource Sustainability
Part FOUR The Employer–Employee Relationship
20 Discrimination in Employment
21 Employment Laws
22 Labor–Management Relationship
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