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Legal concepts and terminology are notoriously difficult for non-specialists to get to grips with. Nevertheless there are important legal implications about most aspects of an organization's activity, whether it enters into a contract with a supplier or an employee, or engages in competition with another company. If a company is sued for environmental pollution or if it wants to start prodeedings over intellectual property, the manager needs to have some understanding of the way the law works in order to evaluate the situation and make decisions. This book explains the legal frameworks that are most relevant to the manager using case studies which highlight the role and function of law in the context of business. Of particular use are the checklists and exercises for managers to use in their own organization. The topics covered include: finance; workforce; environment; products; competition; and intellectual property.