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    Fundamentals of Business Law

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    Melissa Randall, Community College of Denver

    Community College of Denver Students, Community College of Denver

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    Publisher: Melissa Randall

    Language: English

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    Reviewed by Marcus Ellison, Adjunct Faculty, Trine University on 6/24/22

    The textbook covers a wide variety of general legal areas. It is appropriate for a college-level business law course though it has many chapters that are not business-focused but instead could fit in a generally broad undergraduate legal survey... read more

    Reviewed by Cynthia Gayton, Professorial Lecturer of Engineering Law, The George Washington University on 2/24/21

    The book covered a lot of legal ground and I think it would be useful as a reference to not only those interested in business law, but other fields as well. read more

    Table of Contents

    • 1. Introduction to Law and Types of Legal Systems
    • 2. The United States Court System
    • 3. Litigation
    • 4. Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • 5. The Constitution
    • 6. International Law
    • 7. Administrative Law
    • 8. Criminal Law
    • 9. Torts
    • 10. Contracts
    • 11. Sales Contracts
    • 12. Writing Contracts
    • 13. Employment Law
    • 14. Anti-Discrimination Law
    • 15. Agency
    • 16. Business Organizations
    • 17. Partnerships
    • 18. Corporations
    • 19. Antitrust Law
    • 20. Consumer Law
    • 21. Workplace Privacy and Information Security
    • 22. Property
    • 23. Intellectual Property
    • 24. Bankruptcy

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    About the Book

    Undergraduate business law textbook written by Melissa Randall and Community College of Denver Students in collaboration with lawyers and business professionals for use in required 200 level business law courses in the United States. This book is an introductory survey of the legal topics required in undergraduate business law classes.

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