Canadian Business And The Law by Dorothy DuplessisCanadian Business And The Law by Dorothy Duplessis

Canadian Business And The Law

byDorothy Duplessis, Shannon O'byrne, Philip King

Hardcover | February 11, 2016

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The 6th Canadian edition of DuPlessis, Canadian Business and the Law is the preeminent resource for students who require an understanding of the legal system as it relates to business - what circumstances place an individual and an organization at legal risk and, more importantly, what they can do to manage and minimize that risk. Only concepts that directly pertain to the management of a business enterprise are presented in this resource. These concepts are delivered through new, real-world examples of the application of the law, as well as the latest Canadian cases and legislation.
Lorrie Adams, B. Comm., LL.B., LL.M. (University of Alberta), is an assistant professor in the School of Business at MacEwan University (Edmonton) where she is a member of the department of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law. At MacEwan University she has chaired two School of Business programs and has taught courses ...
Title:Canadian Business And The LawFormat:HardcoverDimensions:768 pages, 11.13 × 8.75 × 1.19 inPublished:February 11, 2016Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176570322

ISBN - 13:9780176570323


Table of Contents

PrefaceTable of CasesTable of StatutesPart 1: The Legal Environment of BusinessChapter 1: Knowledge of Law as a Business AssetChapter 2: The Canadian Legal SystemChapter 3: Managing Legal RisksChapter 4: Dispute ResolutionPart 2: ContractsChapter 5: An Introduction to ContractsChapter 6: Forming Contractual RelationshipsChapter 7: The Terms of a ContractChapter 8: Non-Enforcement of ContractsChapter 9: Termination and Enforcement of ContractsPart 3: Business TortsChapter 10: Introduction to Tort LawChapter 11: The Tort ofChapter 12: Other TortsPart 4: Structuring Business ActivityChapter 13: The Agency RelationshipChapter 14: Business Forms and ArrangementsChapter 15: The Corporate Form: Organizational MattersChapter 16: The Corporate Form: Operational MattersPart 5: PropertyChapter 17: Introduction to Property LawChapter 18: Intellectual PropertyChapter 19: Real PropertyPart 6: Employment and Professional RelationshipsChapter 20: The Employment RelationshipChapter 21: Terminating the Employment RelationshipChapter 22: Professional ServicesPart 7: The Sale of Goods, Consumer Protect ion, and Competition LawChapter 23: The Sale of GoodsChapter 24: Consumer Protection and Competition LawPart 8: Financing the BusinessChapter 25: Business and BankingChapter 26: The Legal Aspects of Credit Chapter 27: Bankruptcy and InsolvencyPart 9: Transference of RiskChapter 28: InsuranceGlossaryIndex