The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business, 19th Edition
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Built on a foundation on property law, lead author, Marissa Pagnattaro from University of Georgia, and the entire authorship team, bring a fresh perspective emphasizing the importance of understanding laws and regulations that are fundamental foundations for business in The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business. Using court cases and engaging examples in the Sidebars of the text that are relevant for business, the authors underscore how learning about the law is essential to understand how the law can be used for strategic advantage and how to develop sustainable business practices. This emphasis, along with the rich array of cases and examples, makes the text suited for both legal environment and business law courses.
Part ONE Introduction: Legal Foundations for Business
Chapter 1: Law as a Foundation for Business
Chapter 2: The Roleof Ethics in Decision Making
Chapter 3: Understanding the Court System
Chapter 4: Litigation
Chapter 5: Alternative Dispute Resolution
Chapter 6: TheConstitution
Part TWO Basic Legal Principles
Chapter 7: TheProperty System
Chapter 8: ContractFormation
Chapter 9: Contractual Performance and Breach
Chapter 10: TortsAffecting Business
Chapter 11: Intellectual Property
Chapter 12: GlobalExpansion and International Law
Chapter 13: CriminalLaw and Business
Chapter 14: BusinessOrganizations
Part THREE The Regulatory Landscape for Business
Chapter 15: TheRegulatory Process
Chapter 16: Regulating Competition—Antitrust Laws
Chapter 17: Financialand Securities Regulations
Chapter 18: Privacyand Consumer Protection
Chapter 19: EnvironmentalRegulation and Resource Sustainability
Part FOUR The Employer—Employee Relationship
Chapter 20: Employment Discrimination Laws
Chapter 21: EmployerResponsibilities and Employee Rights -Employment Laws
Chapter 22: Labor—Management Relationship
Appendix I: Case Briefing and Legal Study Tips
Appendix II: Sample Complaint
Appendix III: The Constitution of the United States ofAmerica
Appendix IV: Selected Sections of Article 2 of UniformCommercial Code
Appendix V: Selected Sections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of2002
Appendix VI: Selected Sections of Securities Act of 1933
Appendix VI: Selected Sections of Securities Exchange Act of1934
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