Business Law

Author: James Marson

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Category: Commercial law

Page: 611

View: 733

Marson and Ferris' Business Law demonstrates the real applicability of the law to the business world, packed full of up-to-date and relevant examples and case law. Designed for non-lawyers, Business Law is written in a clear and easy-to-follow style which avoids excessive legal terminology and presents the need-to-know facts and cases. Would-be entrepreneurs and those looking to a career in management will find that this book provides the solid base needed to make confident business decisions in the future. Fully referenced throughout and with an accompanying Online Resource Centre, Business Law combines accurate legal detail with strong learning tools such as self-test questions, chapter summaries and key definitions, helping students successfully navigate their way through this often complex subject. Online Resources The book is accompanied by a comprehensive Online Resource Centre offering resources tailored to support students and lecturers. Student Resources DT Multiple choice questions DT Indicative answers to the end of chapter questions DT Additional material on the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, business and ethics, corporate manslaughter, and the Legal Services Act 2007 DT Flashcard cases DT Flashcard glossaries DT Legal updates Lecturer Resources DT Customizable PowerPoint slides for use in your teaching DT Test bank of multiple choice questions

Introduction to Business Law

Author: Lucy Jones

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 704

View: 399

The bestselling textbook in this subject area, Introduction to Business Law introduces students to the core legal areas relevant to the world of business and work. Known for its visual approach and engaging writing style, the book features over 90 full colour diagrams to illustrate complex issues, while practical examples and case studies are included throughout to put the law into context. The book contains a chapter on study skills and revision, guiding business students on how to tackle legal exam questions and how to approach case law and statutes. At the end of each chapter students can practise applying their knowledge and legal skills by answering sample essay and problem questions. Further guidance on these can be found on the Online Resource Centre, which features resources for students and lecturers: Student resources - Multiple choice questions with instant feedback - Suggested answers to end-of-chapter questions - Flashcard glossary of key terms - Exam tips and advice - Chapter summary documents Lecturer resources - Additional assignment questions - Group exercises - PowerPoint slides for each chapter - Research exercises

Card and James' Business Law

Author: Lee Roach

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 904

View: 747

Card and James' Business Law is the most detailed account of business law, providing commanding analysis of the English legal system, contract law, the law of tort, employment law, and partnership and company law. Discussion of the core elements is supplemented with learning features whichhave been integrated throughout to support study and make the subject more accessible. Relevant examples from the business environment and the key legal cases are presented to help students build a greater understanding of the interconnections between the law and the corporate setting. Chapter introductions and summaries help students identify the salient points of each chapter, whileself-test questions allow students to reinforce understanding.The book is accompanied by a collection of online resources to help students approach assessments with confidence: including supplementary problem and essay questions, multiple choice questions with instant feedback, and revision summaries.

Company Law

Author: Brenda Hannigan

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 840

View: 597

The fourth edition of Company Law brings clarity and sophisticated analysis to the ever-changing landscape of company law. Hannigan captures the dynamism of the subject, places the material in context, highlights its relevance and topicality, and guides students through all the major areas studied at undergraduate level. The book is divided into five distinct sections covering corporate structure (including legal personality and constitutional issues), corporate governance (including directors' duties and liabilities), shareholders' rights and remedies (including powers of decision-making and shareholder engagement), corporate finance (including share and loan capital), and corporate rescue and restructuring (including liabilities arising on insolvency). The author's accessible writing style and comprehensive approach to the subject makes this an idea textbook for students of company law.

Law 101

Law, Business and Society

Author: Andy Gibson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Commercial law

Page: 852

View: 968

Unlocking Company Law

Author: Susan McLaughlin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 532

View: 791

Unlocking Company Law is the ideal resource for learning and revising Company Law. This 4th edition has been extensively updated, and this, along with its many pedagogical features, makes it the ideal companion for students studying Company Law. Each chapter in the book contains: • aims and objectives; • activities such as self-test questions; • charts of key facts to consolidate your knowledge; • diagrams to aid memory and understanding; • prominently displayed cases and judgments; • chapter summaries; • essay questions with answer plans. In addition, the book features a glossary of legal terminology, making the law more accessible.

Business Laws (For GBTU), 4th Edition

Author: M.C. Kuchhal & Vivek Kuchhal

Publisher: Vikas Publishing House

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page:

View: 441

The book has been written for 'Business Laws' Paper of the MBA Programme, Semester-II examination of the Gautam Buddh Technical University in accordance with its new syllabus, effective from the academic year 2013-14. Its contents have been largely extracted from the author's reputed title 'Business Legislation for Management' which has gained tremendous readership over the years. This book presents the subject matter tailor-made, as per the revised course structure of the Paper, to enable the students to possess a textbook which caters to their needs in full. The book has been organized into six units, namely, Law of Contract, Law of Partnership and Law of Sale of Goods, Law of Negotiable Instruments, Company Law and Law of Consumer Protection, Law of Information Technology, and Law of Right to Information. Key Features • Quotes Indian and English cases at appropriate places with a view to ensure necessary authenticity and clarity on the subject. • Includes text questions and practical problems with hints and solutions in each chapter to enable students to evaluate their understanding of the subject • Explains complicated provisions in easily comprehensible language with the help of illustrations and analogies