The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business19th Edition
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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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