2007-2008 NEW Business Law Titles
Business Law ~ Contents 2007 New Titles
Employment Law for Business, 5e ...........................30
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-302895-8 / MHID: 0-07-302895-9
Business Law .................................................................. 26
Cyberlaw ........................................................................ 31 Business Law, 13e.................................................... 26
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Employment Law ............................................................ 30
International Business Law.............................................. 30 Law, Business and Society, 8e .................................28
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Legal Environment of Business........................................ 28
2008 New Titles
The Legal and Regulatory Environment of
Business, 14e ........................................................... 28
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Business Law Chapter 46, Legal and Professional Responsibilities of Auditors, Con-
sultants, and Securities Professionals expands the coverage of securities
professionals and coverage of the actual effects of Sarbanes Oxley on
the accounting profession.
BURTON'S LEGAL THESAURUS A Student DVD is available with each new copy of the text and fea-
4th Edition tures 18 interactive videos featuring courtroom arguments for business
By William C Burton law cases. These interactive videos give students the opportunity to hear
2007 (November 2006) / 1040 pages the case and then make their decision. After that, they can access the
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-147262-3 / MHID: 0-07-147262-2 judge's decision and reasoning. Students are able to disagree with the
A Professional Reference Title judge, and "state their case" at the end of each scenario.
For more than 25 years, Burton's Legal Thesaurus has been Chapter on Ethics. With ethics in the forefront now, the authors have
the one-of-a-kind reference tool in a field where the precision significantly increased the coverage to give instructors and students
and accuracy of language is vitally important. The latest edi- more time to discuss this important topic.
tion of this classic resource adds 1,000 new words, terms, and
expressions to the roughly 7,000 already present, including Cyberlaw in Action. In keeping with today's technological world,
nontechnical words regularly used by attorneys. these boxes describe and discuss actual instances of e-commerce and
cyberlaw occurring in businesses today.
The Global Business Environment. Since global issues affect us in
many different aspects of business, this material now appears throughout
the text instead of in a separate chapter on International Issues. This box
brings to life global issues that are affecting business law.
International Edition NEW LogOn. These appear where appropriate and direct students to rel-
evant web sites that give more information on the topic at hand.
Ethics in Action. The ethic and public policy concerns have been
The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment removed from the text and replaced with Ethics in Action boxes in each
13th Edition chapter. They appear throughout the chapters and offer critical thinking
By Jane Mallor, Michael Phillips, L. Thomas Bowers, A. James Barnes questions and situations that relate to ethical /public policy concerns.
and Arlen Langvardt of Indiana University - Bloomington
2007 (February 2006) / 1312 pages Opening vignette opens each chapter and present students with a
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-293399-4 / MHID: 0-07-293399-2 mix of real-life and hypothetical situations and discussion questions.
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-327139-2 / MHID: 0-07-327139-X These stories provide a motivational way to open the chapter and get
(with OLC Card and You Be the Judge DVD, Vol 1 &2) students interested in the content they are about to read.
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-110242-1 / MHID: 0-07-110242-6
[IE with OLC & You be the Judge DVD] Concept Reviews visually represent important concepts presented in
Website: http://www.mhhe.com/mallor13e the text to help summarize key ideas at a glance and simplify students'
conceptualization of complicated issues.
Mallor, Barnes, Bowers and Langvardt's: Business Law: The
Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment, 13e is appropri- Case briefs include the judicial opinions accompanying court deci-
ate for the two-term business law course. The cases in the 13th sions. These help to provide concrete examples of the rules stated in
edition are excerpted and edited by the authors. The syntax is the text, and to provide a real-life application of the legal rule.
not altered, therefore retaining the language of the courts. As in
the 12th edition, the 13th edition includes a mix of actual AND Problem cases appear at the end of each chapter to encourage student
hypothetical cases. The title has been changed to reflect a new review and comprehension of key topics.
focus of the book- the global and Internet environment.
Key terms are bolded throughout the text and defined in the end of
NEW TO THIS EDITION text glossary to assist students in their comprehension.
Chapter 4, Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and CONTENTS
Critical Thinking includes two additional section:
Part 1 Foundations of American Law. Chapter 1 The Nature of Law.
-How to lead ethically, that is, how to ensure that those under one's Chapter 2 The Resolution of Private Disputes. Chapter 3 Business and the
direction, management, -Common characteristics of decisions gone Constitution. Chapter 4 Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility,
wrong. This section meshes the material on ethics and critical thinking, Corporate Governance and Critical Thinking. Part 2 Crimes and Torts.
concluding with a list of factors that commonly lead to bad decisions, Chapter 5 Crimes. Chapter 6 Intentional Torts. Chapter 7 Negligence and
such as complexity of a problem, low margin for error, and cognitive Strict Liability. Chapter 8 Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition.
biases that increase risk and lead to over-confidence. Part 3 Contracts. Chapter 9 Introduction to Contracts. Chapter 10 The
Agreement: Offer. Chapter 11 The Agreement: Acceptance. Chapter
Material on the unintended effects of Sarbanes Oxley has been added, 12 Consideration. Chapter 13 Reality of Consent. Chapter 14 Capac-
including 1) an increase in going private (public companies choosing ity to Contract. Chapter 15 Illegality. Chapter 16 Writing. Chapter 17
no longer to be public), 2) reduced quality audits by independent audit Rights of Third Parties. Chapter 18 Performance and Remedies. Part 4
firms that have a lower understanding of the client's business, and 3) Sales. Chapter 19 Formation and Terms of Sales Contracts. Chapter 20
companies choosing to incorporate under foreign jurisdiction. Product Liability. Chapter 21 Performance of Sales Contracts. Chapter
22 Remedies for Breach of Sales Contracts. Part 5 Property. Chapter 23
Chapter 43 now includes material on the convictions and acquittals Personal Property and Bailments. Chapter 24 Real Property. Chapter 25
of high-profile corporate executives such as Dennis Kozlowski (Tyco), Landlord and Tenant. Chapter 26 Estates and Trusts. Chapter 27 Insur-
Bernie Ebbers (Enron), and Richard Scrushy (HealthSouth). ance Law (moved from ch. 53). Part 6 Credit. Chapter 28 Introduction
to Credit and Secured Transactions. Chapter 29 Security Interests in
Personal Property. Chapter 30 Bankruptcy. Part 7 Commercial Paper.
Bankruptcy Chapter now incorporates the major changes to the
Chapter 31 Negotiable Instruments. Chapter 32 Negotiation and Holder
Act as a result of legislation passed in April 2005. These are the most
in Due Course. Chapter 33 Liability of Parties. Chapter 34 Checks and
significant changes since the 1978 Act.
Electronic Transfers (new title). Part 8 Agency Chapter 35 The Agency
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Relationship. Chapter 36 Third-Party Relations of the Principal and the Credit Transactions Chapter 41: Introduction to Security Chapter 42:
Agent. Part 9 Partnership Law. Chapter 37 Introduction to Forms of Busi- Security Interest in Personal Property Chapter 43: Bankruptcy PART
ness and Formation of Partnerships. Chapter 38 Operation of Partnership IX: Government Regulation Chapter 44: The Antitrust Laws Chapter
and Related Forms. Chapter 39 Partners' Dissociation and Partnerships' 45: Consumer Protection Laws Chapter 46: Environmental Regulation
Dissolution and Winding Up. Chapter 40 Limited Partnerships, Limited Appendix A: Constitution of the United States of America Appendix B:
Liability Limited Partnerships, and Limited Liability Companies. Part Glossary of Legal Terms and Definitions Appendix C: Spanish-English
10 Corporations. Chapter 41 History and Nature of Corporations. Equivalents for Important legal Terms Subject Index
Chapter 42 Organization, Financial Structure, and Dissolution of
Corporations. Chapter 43 Management of Corporations. Chapter 44
Shareholders' Rights and Liabilities. Chapter 45 Securities Regulation.
Chapter 46 Legal Responsibilities of Auditors and Consultants. Part 11
Regulation of Business. Chapter 47 Administrative Agencies. Chapter
48 The Federal Trade Commission Act and Consumer Protection Laws. TAKING SIDES: CLASHING VIEWS ON LEGAL
Chapter 49 Antitrust: The Sherman Act. Chapter 50 The Clayton Act, ISSUES
The Robinson-Patman Act, and Antitrust Exemptions and Immunities.
Chapter 51 Employment Law. Chapter 52 Environmental Regulations. 12th Edition
Appendix A The Constitution of the United States of America By M Ethan Katsch, University of Mass-Amherst and William Rose,
2006 / 408 pages
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LAW FOR BUSINESS This twelfth edition of TAKING SIDES: LEGAL ISSUES presents
9th Edition current controversial issues in a debate-style format designed
By A James Barnes, Terry Morehead Dworkin and Eric L Richards of to stimulate student interest and develop critical thinking skills.
Indiana University - Bloomington Each issue is thoughtfully framed with an issue summary, an
2006 / 1040 pages issue introduction, and a postscript. An instructor's manual with
ISBn-13: 978-0-07-297611-3 / MHID: 0-07-297611-X testing material is available for each volume. USING TAKING
Website: http://www.mhhe.com/barnes9e SIDES IN THE CLASSROOM is also an excellent instructor re-
source with practical suggestions on incorporating this effective
For over 20 years, Law for Business has gone well beyond merely approach in the classroom. Each TAKING SIDES reader features
identifying the current legal rules and regulations affecting an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites and is
business by offering insights into new developments and trends supported by our student website, www.dushkin.com/online.
that will affect the future of business. It has provided students
with a comprehensive, yet concise treatment of the legal issues CONTENTS
of fundamental importance to business students and the busi-
ness profession. The cases, which have always been a strong Part 1: Law and the Individual. Part 2: Law and the State. 3: Law and
feature, are edited and re-written by the authors, who divide the Community.
the material into three categories: facts, issues, decisions. The
authors, Barnes, Dworkin, and Richards, choose cases that are
appropriate to explain precedent and history as well as include
"hot topic" cases that relate to current events. In addition to
case applications, the authors use such techniques as content FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS LAW
summaries to apply concepts to practice. Effective managers and 5th Edition
employees must develop knowledge of both law and business By Margaret Barron, Richard Fletcher and Peter Anderson of Adelaide
because people involved in business also are involved in, and Institute of TAFE
greatly affected by, the laws concerning business. 2005
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-471544-4 / MHID: 0-07-471544-5
CONTENTS McGraw-Hill Australia Title
PART I: Introduction to Law Chapter 1: Law, Legal Reasoning, and the Website: http://www.mhhe.com/au/barron5e
Legal Profession Chapter 2: Dispute Settlement Chapter 3: Business
Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Chapter 4: Business and the This highly-regarded text has been completely updated to meet
Constitution Chapter 5: Crimes Chapter 6: Intentional Torts Chapter the needs of business students undertaking the introductory
7:Negligence and Strict Liability PART II: Contracts Chapter 8: The study of business law. Renowned for its readability, the fifth
Nature and Origins of Contracts Chapter 9: Creating a Contract: Offers edition builds on this reputation with an improved layout,
Chapter 10: Creating a Contract: Acceptances Chapter 11: Considera- designed to encourage and enhance students' understanding
tion Chapter 12: Capacity to Contract Chapter 13: Voluntary Consent of the essentials of business law. The robust theory in the text
Chapter 14: Illegality Chapter 15: The Form and Meaning of Contracts has been supplemented by case studies and newspaper articles,
Chapter 16: Third Parties' Contract Rights Chapter 17: Performance providing students with a real-life focus and further opportunity
and Remedies PART III: Sales Chapter 18: Formation and Terms of for discussion. The fifth edition contains both new and updated
Sales Contracts Chapter 19: Warranties and Product Liability Chapter cases, including a number of new cases in the area of torts. Many
20: Performance of Sales Contracts Chapter 21: Remedies for Breach of the featured cases are highly topical, for example, Waverley
of Sales Contracts PART IV: Agency and Employment Chapter 22: The Municipal Council v Swain, which deals with liability of a public
Agency Relationship Creation, Duties, and Termination Chapter 23: authority for negligence, and includes a discussion of the 2005
Liability of Principals and Agents to Third Parties Chapter 24: Employ- High Court judgment. This book is specifically for students who
ment Laws PART V: Business Organizations Chapter 25: Which Form are studying business law as part of a business studies course
of Business Organization? Chapter 26: Partnerships Chapter 27: Forma-
whether the main focus of that course is commerce, accounting,
tion and Termination of Corporations Chapter 28: Management of the
Corporate Business Chapter 29: Financing the Corporation and the Role
management, human resources or another area of business.
of Shareholders Chapter 30: Securities Regulation Chapter 31: Legal CONTENTS
Liability of Accountants PART VI: Proper12ty Chapter 32: Personal
Property and Bailments Chapter 33: Real Property Chapter 34: Landlord Part 1: Commercial Law. Chapter 1: Introduction to the Legal System.
and Tenant Chapter 35: Estates and Trusts Chapter 36: Insurance PART Chapter 2: The Australian Court System. Chapter 3: The Law of Torts.
VII: Commercial Paper Chapter 37: Negotiable Instruments Chapter Chapter 4: Business Organisations. Chapter 5: Negotiable Instruments.
38: Negotiation and Holder in Due Course Chapter 39: Liability of Chapter 6: The Financial Transactions Report Act 1988 (Cwlth). Part
Parties Chapter 40: Checks and Electronic Funds Transfers PART VIII: 2: Contract Law. Chapter 7: Contract Law 1. Chapter 8: Contract Law
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2. Chapter 9: Contract Law 3. Chapter 10: Property Law: Mortgages,
Leases and Licenses. Chapter 11: Insurance Law. Part 3: Consumer Legal Environment
Law. Chapter 12: Sale of Goods. Chapter 13: Consumer Protection
Law. Chapter 14: Consumer Credit Law. Chapter 15: Restrictive Trade
Practices. Chapter 16: Debt Recovery. Chapter 17: Intellectual Prop-
erty. Part 4: Partnership and Bankruptcy Law. Chapter 18: Principal
and Agent. Chapter 19: Partnership and Joint Venture Law. Chapter
20: Bankruptcy Law. Part 5: Employment, Workplace Relations and
Occupational Health and Safety Law. Chapter 21: Employment Law.
Chapter 22: Workplace Relations Law. Chapter 23: Occupational Health
and Safety Law. Part 6: Marketing, Advertising and E-Commerce Law.
Chapter 24: The Law of Marketing. Chapter 25: Advertising Law. Chapter THE LEGAL AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT OF
26: E-Commerce Law
By O Lee Reed, Peter J Shedd and Jere W Morehead of University of
Georgia, Marisa Anne Pagnattaro
2008 (September 2006) / 736 pages
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LAW IN ISBN-13: 978-0-07-304849-9 / MHID: 0-07-304849-6
SINGAPORE ISBN-13: 978-0-07-328404-0 / MHID: 0-07-328404-1
(with OLC Premium Content Card)
By Ravi Chandran, National University of Singapore In 1963, the first edition of Legal and Regulatory Environment
2005 / 384 pages of Business, authored by Bob Corley, started a new course
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-124965-2 / MHID: 0-07-124965-6 emphasizing the legal environment in which business is con-
An Asian Publication ducted. By focusing on the public nature of how government
regulates business activities, rather than simply how businesses
Introduction to Business Law in Singapore provides readers privately make transactions, a movement away from traditional
with the fundamentals of business law as applied in Singapore. Business Law began. Through it's previous 13 editions, Legal
This book is essentially written for students who intend to take and Regulatory Environment of Business has been the leader in
business law as a subject. It addresses students' difficulties in setting the standard for materials covered in an introduction to
understanding the law and provides clear examples. Non-law the legal and regulatory environment of business.
students without prior legal training will find that this book
makes the law accessible to them. CONTENTS
CONTENTS Part ONE : Introduction to Law. I Law as the Foundation of Business. 2
The Ethical Basis of Law and Business Management.Part TWO : Dispute
Preface. Law Report Abbreviations. Table of Cases. Table of Legislation. Resolution. 3 The Court System. 4 Litigation. 5 Negotiation and Alterna-
Chapter 1 Introduction to Law. The Essence of Law. Law and Busi- tive Dispute Resolution Systems. Part THREE : Business Foundations. 6
ness. Laws of Singapore. Sources of Law in Singapore. Criminal and The Constitution and Business. 7 Principles of Contract Law. 8 Torts in
Civil Law. Methods of Resolving Civil Disputes. Methods of Enforcing the Business Environment. 9 Criminal Law and Business. 10 Intellectual
Civil Judgements. Obtaining Legal Advice. Chapter 2 Contract Law: Property in the Property System. Part FOUR : Business Regulations. 11
Essentials of a Contract. Offer. Acceptance. Consideration. Intention Agency Law and Business Organizations. 12 Administrative Law and
to Create Legal Relations. Writing. Variation of Contract. Parties to Corporate Governance. 13 Antitrust Laws--Regulating Competition.
the Contract. Chapter 3 Contract Law: Terms of A Contract. Express 14 Sarbanes-Oxley and Securities Regulations. 15 Employment and
Terms. Implied Terms. Conditions, Warranties and Innominate Terms. Labor Laws. 16 Discrimination in Employment. 17 Environmental Laws
Exemption Clauses. Chapter 4 Contract Law: Factors Vitiating a Con- and Pollution Control. Part FIVE : Globalization. 18 International Law
tract. Incapacity. Illegality. Contracts against Public Policy. Misrepre- Appendix I Case Briefing and Legal Study TipsAppendix II Sample
sentation. Duress. Undue Influence. Mistake. Chapter 5 Contract Law: Complaint Appendix III The Constitution of the United States of America
Termination of a Contract. Performance. Agreement. Repudiatory or Appendix IV Selected Sections of Article 2 of Uniform Commercial
Fundamental Breach. Frustration. Chapter 6 Contract Law: Remedies Code Appendix V Selected Sections of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
for Breach of a Contract. Damages. Specific Performance. Injunctions. Appendix VI Selected Sections of Securities Act of 1933 Appendix VII
Restitution. Limitation of Actions. Chapter 7 Law of Sale of Goods. Selected Sections of Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Glossary Index
Scope of the Sale of Goods Act. Implied Terms. Excluding Liability
Imposed by the Sale of Goods Act. Liability of the Manufacturer. Pass-
ing of Property. Risk. Delivery. Sale by Person Who is Not the Owner.
Seller's and Buyer's Remedies. Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
International Sales. Chapter 8 Employment Law. Meaning of the Term
"Employee". Duties of the Employee. Duties of the Employer. Termina-
tion of Contract of Employment. Trade Unions and Industrial Relations.
Chapter 9 Law of Agency. The Essence of Agency. Agent-Principal
Relationship. Principal-Third Party Relationship. Agent-Third Party
Relationship. Chapter 10 Law Relating to Business Organisations. Sole
LAW, BUSINESS AND SOCIETY
Proprietorship. Partnership. Companies. Limited Liability Partnership. 8th Edition
Joint Ventures. Chapter 11 Company Law: Members, Directors and By Tony McAdams, University of Northern Iowa
Others. Members. Company Secretary and Auditor. Directors. Chapter 2007 (February 2006) / 840 pages
12 Company Law: Liquidation and Other Processes. Winding Up. ISBN-13: 978-0-07-304810-9 / MHID: 0-07-304810-0
Receivership. Judicial Management. Chapter 13 Law of Torts. Tort of Website: http://www.mhhe.com/mcadams8e
Negligence. Tort of Passing Off. Tort of Vicarious Liability. Chapter 14
Intellectual Property Law. Trade Marks. Patents. Registered Designs. Law, Business, and Society, 8/e, by Tony McAdams, takes an
Copyright. Chapter 15 Credit and Security Law. Loans and Overdrafts. interdisciplinary approach, utilizing elements of law, political
Mortgages or Charges over Land. Mortgages or Charges over Chattels. economy, international business, ethics, social responsibility
Company Charges. Security in Respect of Choses in Action. Pledges. and management. The author produces a compelling holistic
Liens. Guarantees. Hire Purchase. Appendix A Sample Agreement. picture of these concepts by giving extensive attention to read-
Appendix B Researching Singapore Law. Index. About the Author ings, provocative quotes and factual details. Students learn not
merely the law but the law in context.
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NEW TO THIS EDITION LEGAL ASPECTS OF BUSINESS
A new chapter on contracts offers students a thorough introduction to By Akhileshwar Pathak, Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad
this area, making it simpler to meet the new CPA Exam requirements. 2005 / 416 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-07-059768-6 / MHID: 0-07-059768-5
Additional torts coverage also better prepares students for the CPA Tata McGraw-Hill Title
Exam in this course area.
The interface of law with management is the organising theme
A new Practicing Ethics feature in each chapter introduces students
of the book. Designed for the MBA students, it would help
to the question of how business is regulated in each topic area by high- them to become a complete manager. This book emphasises on
lighting current ethical dilemmas. Students are encouraged to respond development of concepts by following an innovative pedagogic
to the issues by questions included in each box, which instructors can approach. While building the foundations for a systematic ap-
easily use for in-class discussion. praisal of the business laws, it adopts the case study method,
where the students would be engaged to apply and interpret
Expanded treatment of SOX helps broaden student understanding of legal provisions in the context of real-life business situations.
the full implications of this law. The discussion begins with topics which form the foundation
of business law, i.e. laws pertaining to contracts, sale of goods,
The new edition has been updated with many new cases, readings, consumer protection and unfair trade practices (Part 1). The
and suggested web sites for student research. subsequent parts provide lucid and cogent discussion on dif-
ferent themes, namely, intellectual property rights, corporate
The author has given increased attention to globalization and its law, banking law, law and taxation, business and Fundamental
implications for business in the 8th edition. Rights, business and criminal liability, and cyber law. PEDA-
GOGICAL AIDS: A chapter on How to Interpret Legal Text; cases
A new appendix with the United States Constitution gives students and illustrations based on real-life experiences, with reference
quick access to this information. notes and discussions; Glossary of Legal Terms.
Law, Business, and Society gives substantial attention to Enron, Part 1: Foundations of Business Law. Chapter 1 Introduction. Chapter
WorldCom, and other current business scandals. The text has two full 2: Contract: Cases and Illustrations. Chapter 3: Development of Con-
chapters devoted to business ethics, Chapter 2: Business Ethics and tract Law. Chapter 4: Sale Of Goods: Cases. Chapter 5: Development
Chapter 18: Internet Law and Ethics. of Law on Sale of Goods. Chapter 6: Reading Legal Texts. Chapter 7:
Reading Legal Texts Cases. Chapter 8: Consumer Protection Act:
The text contains a unique integration of readings and cases that create Cases. Chapter 9: Formation of the Consumer Protection Act. Chapter
a holistic picture of the relationship of business, law, and society. 10: Unfair Trade Practices: Cases. Chapter 11: Development of Law on
Unfair Trade Practices. Chapter 12: Law, Liberalisation and Globlasa-
The law cases within the text have been carefully edited to be chal- tion. Part II: Intellectual Property Rights. Chapter 13: Patents. Chapter
lenging, yet readable. 14: Copyright Protection. Chapter 15: Law on Trade Mark Protection.
Part III: Corporate Law. Chapter 16: Company Law. Chapter 17: Se-
The 8th edition again includes journalistic and scholarly articles and curities Regulation. Part IV: Banking Law. Chapter 18: Banking Law.
excerpts that put the law and ethics in their day-to-day contexts. Chapter 19: Negotiable Instruments. Part V: Law and Taxation. Chapter
20: Introduction to Taxation in India. Chapter 21: Income Tax: Cases.
CONTENTS Chapter 22: Income Tax: Ownership, Expenditure and Depreciation.
Chapter 23: Income Tax: Set off and Carry Forward of Losses. Chapter
Unit One--Business and Society 1. Capitalism and the Role of Govern- 24: Central Excise Tax. Part VI: Miscellaneous Themes. Chapter 25:
ment 2. Business Ethics 3. The Corporation and Public Policy: Expanding Sales Tax. Chapter 26: Business and the Fundamental Rights. Chapter 27:
Responsibilities Unit Two--Introduction to Law 4. The American Legal Information Technology and Law. Chapter 28: Environment Protection
System 5. Constitutional Law and the Bill of Rights 6. Contracts 7. Torts Act. Chapter 29: Business and Criminal Liability. Chapter 30: Indian
and Product Liability Unit Three--Trade Regulation and Antitrust 8. Legal System. Part VII: Reference Material. Annexure I: Reference for
Government Regulation of Business 9. Business Organizations and the case of `Defective Taxi'. Annexure 2: Reference for the case: Laxmi
Securities Regulation 10. Antitrust Law--Monopolies and Mergers 11. Engineering Works. Annexure 3: Sections on Unfair Trade Practice in the
Antitrust Law--Restraints of Trade Unit Four--Employer--Employee Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act. Annexure 4: Reference
Relations 12. Employment Law I: Employee Rights 13. Employment for the Case of `Aman's Income'. Annexure 5: Reference for the Case
Law II: Discrimination 14. Employment Law III: Labor--Management of `Carlyle's Property'. Annexure 6: Reference for the Case of `Shrijan
Relations Unit Five--Business and Selected Social Issues 15. Consumer Travels'. Appendix 1: Rates at Which Depreciation Shall be Allowable
Protection 16. Product Liability 17. Environmental Protection 18. In- From Assessment Year 2003-2004 onwards
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