In an era of leveraged buyouts, hostile takeovers, rampant real estate speculation, and mounting malpractice suits, business people require a solid grasp of the principles and concepts of the law. FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS LAW AND LEGAL ENVIRONMENTS, 4TH prepares students to apply legal concepts to day-to-day business situations and to recognize when they need expert legal counsel, even if they never read another law case.The text combines a clear, concise style with numerous examples, summarized cases and current topics to help make the law relevant to today's students and the business world. The text addresses the full range of traditional business law topics using a simplified, understandable approach. The authors take special effort to present basic legal principles without an abundance of technical detail and legal jargon - making this an ideal choice for students with little or no exposure to business law.Where no specific thing is identified, there is only aquot;subjective impossibility, aquot; which does not operate to discharge contract obligations. Commercial Impracticability and Frustration. Closely related to the idea of impossibility are the ideas ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Foundations of Business Law and Legal Environments|
|Author||:||Phillip J. Scaletta, George Dana Cameron|
|Publisher||:||Dame Publications - 2001|