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Legal Environment of Business, The Critical Thinking Approach 3rd ed

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ISBN13: 9780130348319
ISBN: 0130348317
Published: July 2003
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



You can think critically about the legal environment of business at many different levels. To accelerate your critical thinking, we are offering a special free supplement called, Asking the Right Questions About the Legal Environment of Business, developed by critical thinking expert, M. Neil Browne. This free supplement includes the following chapters: Ch 1: The Benefit of Asking the Right Questions Ch 2: What Are the Issues and Conclusion? Ch 3: What Are the Reasons? Ch 4: Which Words or Phrases Are Ambiguous? Ch 5: What Are the Value Conflicts and Conclusions? Ch 6: What Significant Information Is Omitted? Each chapter explains and models a particular critical thinking skill. Numerous illustrations are included for students to see skills in action. Especially valuable, given the renewed interest in ethics in the business curriculum, is Chapter 5, which focuses on ethical norms as a common basis for belief and action. This chapter assumes many values that are common assumptions in legal reasoning. In addition, there are discussions of common value conflicts and explanations as to how these conflicts play out in real relationships.;This exciting supplement allows students to make great strides in shaping the essential life skill of thinking critically. To order this free supplement with the text, please order value-pack ISBN 0-13-078121-5.

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Contents:
I. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS.
1. Critical Thinking and Legal Reasoning.
2. Introduction to Law and the Legal Environment of Business.
3. The International Legal Environment of Business.
4. Constitutional Principles.
5. The American Legal System.
6. Alternative Tools of Dispute Resolution.
7. Cyberlaw and Its Impact on the Legal Environment of Business.
8. White-Collar Crime and the Business Community.
9. Ethics, Social Responsibility, and the Business Manager. II. PRIVATE LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS.
10. The Law of Contracts and Sales--I.
11. The Law of Contracts and Sales--II.
12. The Law of Torts.
13. Product and Service Liability Law.
14. Law of Property: Real, Personal, and Intellectual.
15. Agency Law.
16. Law and Business Associations. III. PUBLIC LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS.
17. The Law of Administrative Agencies.
18. The Employment Relationship.
19. Laws Governing Labor-Management Relations.
20. Employment Discrimination.
21. Environmental Law.
22. Rules Governing the Issuance and Trading of Securities.
23. Antitrust Law.
24. Laws of Debtor-Creditor Relations and Consumer Protection. Appendix A: The Constitution of the United States. Appendix B: Article 2. Glossary. Index.