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3 things to know about the focus of Dynamic Business Law, 3e:
Emphasis on ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING. In chapter 2, the authors introduce a framework for making ethical business decisions that students can use on a regular basis. Following each case there are questions designed to train students to apply this approach. Then repeatedly throughout the chapters, questions about business ethics are raised in the text. This framework is designed to help improve the learning process of students and to give a sense of relevancy to the ethical decision making process.
Emphasis on CRITICAL THINKING. Neil Browne, one of the co-authors of this text, has written a successful text on critical thinking. His framework is included in Dynamic Business Law as well – to help students learn how to frame and reframe a question/issue. Critical thinking questions are also included at the end of each case, to further tie in this component.
Emphasis on the BUSINESS in business law. Dynamic Business Law emphasizes the tie of legal issues back to the core business curriculum. This will help both students and faculty. Students need to understand how the concepts they learn in this course tie into their business careers. Instructors can easily show that the study of business law is best seen as a foundational component of the larger study of business administration.
PART ONE THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESSCHAPTER 1 An Introduction to Dynamic Business LawCHAPTER 2 Business EthicsCHAPTER 3 The U.S. Legal SystemCHAPTER 4 Alternative Dispute ResolutionCHAPTER 5 Constitutional PrinciplesCHAPTER 6 International & Comparative LawCHAPTER 7 Crime and the Business CommunityCHAPTER 8 Tort LawCHAPTER 9 Negligence and Strict LiabilityCHAPTER 10 Product LiabilityCHAPTER 11 Liability of Accountants and Other ProfessionalsCHAPTER 12 Intellectual PropertyPART TWO CONTRACTSCHAPTER 13 Introduction to ContractsCHAPTER 14 AgreementCHAPTER 15 ConsiderationCHAPTER 16 Capacity & IllegalityCHAPTER 17 Reality of AssentCHAPTER 18 Contracts in WritingCHAPTER 19 Third Party Rights to ContractsCHAPTER 20 Performance, Breach of Contract, Discharge, and RemediesPART THREE DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL SALES LAWCHAPTER 21 Introduction to Sales and Lease ContractsCHAPTER 22 Title, Risk of Loss, and Insurable InterestCHAPTER 23 Performance and Obligations Under Sales and Lease ContractsCHAPTER 24 Remedies for Breach of Sales and Lease ContractsCHAPTER 25 WarrantiesPART FOUR NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS AND BANKINGCHAPTER 26 Negotiable Instruments: Negotiability and TransferabilityCHAPTER 27 Negotiation, Holder in Due Course, and DefensesCHAPTER 28 Liability, Defenses, and DischargeCHAPTER 29 Checks and Electronic Fund TransfersPART FIVE CREDITORS’ RIGHTS AND BANKRUPTCYCHAPTER 30 Secured TransactionsCHAPTER 31 Other Creditors’ Remedies and SuretyshipCHAPTER 32 Bankruptcy and ReorganizationPART SIX AGENCYCHAPTER 33 Agency Formation and DutiesCHAPTER 34 Liability to Third Parties and TerminationPART SEVEN BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONSCHAPTER 35 Forms of Business OrganizationsCHAPTER 36 Partnerships: Nature, Formation, and OperationCHAPTER 37 Partnerships: Termination and Limited PartnershipsCHAPTER 38 Corporations: Formation and FinancingCHAPTER 39 Corporations: Directors, Officers, and ShareholdersCHAPTER 40 Corporations: Mergers, Consolidations, and TerminationCHAPTER 41 Corporations: Securities and Investor ProtectionPART EIGHT EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR RELATIONSCHAPTER 42 Employment and Labor LawCHAPTER 43 Employment DiscriminationPART NINE GOVERNMENT REGULATIONCHAPTER 44 Administrative LawCHAPTER 45 Consumer LawCHAPTER 46 Environmental LawCHAPTER 47 Antitrust LawPART TEN PROPERTYCHAPTER 48 The Nature of Property, Personal Property, and BailmentsCHAPTER 49 Real PropertyCHAPTER 50 Landlord-Tenant LawCHAPTER 51 Insurance LawCHAPTER 52 Wills and TrustsAppendix A The U.S. ConstitutionAppendix B UCC Articles 2, 2a, and 3Appendix C Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964Appendix D The Civil Rights Act of 1991