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Smith and Keenan's Advanced Business Law is a well-established and successful textbook on business law for non-specialists, renowned for its clarity and reliability. This edition has been considerably overhauled. The law has been brought up to date and a large amount of new material added. The Woolf reforms to civil litigation are outlined at the front of the book and changes have been made to relevant terminology where necessary throughout the text.
Notable features of this edition are:? thoroughly updated for the wide-ranging changes to the law, particularly employment law (Employment Relations Act 1999) in respect of maternity provision, parental leave, emergency time off; the Working Time Regulations and the National Minimum Wage Act and related regulations; competition (Competition Act 1998); contract (Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill 1999) in respect of changes to the rule of privity; and company law in respect of new case law, the latest rules on audit exemption and the effect of the Euro on share capital? an additional feature describing the Business Application in the chapters on contract law to show how legal principles apply in today's business world? a new chapt;new material on e-commerce and electronic signatures, recognising the increased volume of on-line trading