Author : Tamra Alexander
Genre : Commercial law
Publisher :
ISBN : 177255281X
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Author : Douglas Smith
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136004902
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Bringing the book directly in line with the amended CIM Business Law syllabus, the book provides marketing students with a thorough working knowledge of the law on contract, sale of goods, agency, as well as the legal mechanisms for resolving commercial disputes, together with coverage of other selected topics which are of importance to marketeers and business in general.

Author : MIRANDE. DE ASSIS VALBRUNE (RENEE. CARDELL, SUZANNE.)
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Publisher :
ISBN : 1680923021
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A less-expensive grayscale paperback version is available. Search for ISBN 9781680923018. Business Law I Essentials is a brief introductory textbook designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of courses on Business Law or the Legal Environment of Business. The concepts are presented in a streamlined manner, and cover the key concepts necessary to establish a strong foundation in the subject. The textbook follows a traditional approach to the study of business law. Each chapter contains learning objectives, explanatory narrative and concepts, references for further reading, and end-of-chapter questions. Business Law I Essentials may need to be supplemented with additional content, cases, or related materials, and is offered as a foundational resource that focuses on the baseline concepts, issues, and approaches.

Author : David Kelly
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
ISBN : 9781136727528
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Business Law offers comprehensive coverage of the key aspects of business law in a straightforward manner that is easy to understand for non-law students. It describes and considers the full range of legal topics such as Contract, Company and Employment Law, as well as including coverage of emerging areas such as Health and Safety and Environmental Law as they apply to business.

Author : Andy Gibson
Genre : Business law
Publisher : Anchor Books
ISBN : 1442547766
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Your Essential, Up-to-date Business Law Resource. Gibson and Fraser's sophisticated and comprehensive text provides a clear and current appreciation of the main rules and legal principles encountered in a business law course for non-lawyers. BUSINESS LAW provides extensive coverage of business law topics in an accessible and student-friendly 4-colour format and considers the legal environment in which businesses must operate in all states and territories. With a resource package second to none, BUSINESS LAW 6e offers great opportunity for customisation and the ability for you, as an instructor, to choose what areas you wish to teach and to what depth, and how you wish to teach them. Stay current and connected! Now updated annually, this edition of BUSINESS LAW includes changes to the Trade Practices Act as recent as November 2011. In addition, a bulletin containing the latest amendments to legislation and recent court decisions is distributed electronically three times a year. BUSINESS LAW may also be packaged with MyLawLab - More than just on-line content: this is a complete, interactive, integrated, self-paced, online course experience.

Author : Dorothy DuPlessis
Genre : Commercial law
Publisher : Scarborough, Ont. : Nelson Thomson Learning
ISBN : 0176073728
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Author : George D. Cameron III
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Van Rye Publishing, LLC
ISBN : 9780990367147
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS is a timely and useful book. Uncounted millions of “international” transactions occur daily, as goods and services are purchased across the national boundaries of some 200 political units. Capital flows from nation to nation, and so—to a lesser extent—do jobs, as companies seek more favorable locations for their business operations. The “rules” (laws) governing these exchanges quickly become complex, as persons (and governments) from different countries are involved. If problems arise in a cross-border relationship, whose rules apply? What forums are available to resolve disputes? Are there tax implications to the transaction? If so, where? These and similar questions need to be factored into the decision to “go overseas.” Each of the six chapters in this book begins with a brief overview of the subject-matter, followed by short previews of the chosen case examples. The primary content of the chapters consists of some 120 court and arbitration decisions in real disputes, between real parties. The actual text of the decisions in these cases has been edited; some excerpts are quite brief, others are more substantial. Most “background” facts have been summarized by the author, but the edited-decision part of each case is quoted from the actual recorded text of the court or arbitrator who decided it. Clearly, a minute sample from tens of thousands of cases cannot provide comprehensive coverage of what all the world’s legal rules are. Our objectives here are simply to indicate some of the major potential “flash points” of doing international business, to illustrate some of the significant differences in the applicable legal rules, and to provide an exposure to the language and process by which international business disputes are resolved. “Fore-warned is fore-armed.” Being aware of these potential trouble spots, a sensible business manager will presumably consider them in making the decision to engage in cross-border transactions, and take appropriate steps to avoid or minimize potential adverse consequences. Chapter I of this book introduces International Law—its course of development and its two major sources (custom and treaties). Chapter II examines the use of national and international courts and arbitrators to resolve cross-border disputes. Chapter III provides basic coverage of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: when it applies, how the sale contract is formed, when risk of loss on the goods passes from Seller to Buyer, and what responsibilities the Seller has for the quality of the goods sold. Chapter IV looks at some of the legal questions that might arise in conducting cross-border commercial operations—employment issues, intellectual property issues, and investment issues. Chapter V considers potential questions regarding taxation of international activities, and the regulation of adverse environmental effects. Chapter VI reviews the efforts by national governments to apply their competition regulations to international business transactions, and the difficulties that private parties might have in attempting to enforce legal claims against governments and their agencies. While these are surely not the only legal issues that might arise in connection with international business, they do constitute a significant set of concerns of which managers need to be aware as they venture into the international “stream of commerce.”

Author : Natalie Persadie
Genre : Law
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136974021
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Commonwealth Caribbean Business Law breaks away from the traditional English approach of treating business law primarily as the law of contract and agency. The book takes a panoramic view of the foundation of various legal systems with a subsequent examination of different areas of legal liability that may affect business activities. These areas include contract law, agency, tort law, criminal law, and internet law as significant challenges confronting the business sector. The book primarily targets the development of business law in several Caribbean Commonwealth jurisdictions but also, where appropriate, embraces the jurisprudence of other Commonwealth nations such as the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. With respect to internet law, the proliferation of judicial pronouncements emerging from the United States provided the platform for the only non-Commonwealth treatment of a topic. The approach of the book is to use excerpts from judgments so as to allow students, particularly the non-legal student, to understand legal principles as espoused by the judiciary without the filtering bias of authors.

Author : Peter Nayler
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781136423567
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The study of Law forms a component of many undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Its inclusion does not aim to equip business practitioners with skill and expertise to render professional legal advice unnecessary, but more to provide a legal framework of reference in which both strategic and more immediate business issues can be placed. Equipping managers with a basic understanding of how law impacts upon business activity can help them avoid legal pitfalls in the first place or at least identify potential problems at an early stage, to avoid inconvenience and cost. International business can present problems that are not present in a purely domestic transaction. Any law component in a management program should embrace it and by doing so the business practitioner can be familiarized with the wider picture in which modern business, aided by technological development, is increasingly practiced.

Author : Angie Mohr
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Self-Counsel Press
ISBN : 9781770408760
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“You can't know how your business is doing until you record it.” Bookkeepers’ Boot Camp is the first book in the Numbers 101 for Small Business series. It shows small business owners the essentials of record keeping, and why it's crucial to a business’s success to track financial data. The book gives business owners a greater understanding of the purpose and process of record keeping and a deeper understanding of their businesses. Mohr has helped hundreds of small business owners who didn't understand the importance of record keeping and always put it off until “later.” These business owners were almost literally buried under a pile of papers, overwhelmed by the immensity of the task at hand. Mohr shows business owners how to sort through the masses of information and paperwork, record what is important, and how to use that information to grow a business for success! Eighty percent of all small businesses started this year will be gone in 5 years. As Mohr says, starting a small business can be “like driving a car in a foreign country where you don't know what the road signs are telling you.” Numbers 101 for Small Business is a new series of easy-tounderstand guides for small business owners, covering such topics as bookkeeping, analyzing and tracking financial information, starting a business, growing a business, and exiting a business. Using real life examples, Mohr teaches small business owners how to beat the odds and turn their ideas into successful, growing companies.