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Business Law

By (author) James Marson, Katy Ferris
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom
Published: 2nd Apr 2015
Dimensions: w 183mm h 241mm d 30mm
Weight: 1078g
ISBN-10: 0198727348
ISBN-13: 9780198727347
Barcode No: 9780198727347
Synopsis
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: Multiple choice questions Indicative answers to the end of chapter questions Additional material on the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, business and ethics, corporate manslaughter, and the Legal Services Act 2007 Flashcard cases Flashcard glossaries Legal updates Lecturer Resources: Customizable PowerPoint slides for use in your teaching Test bank of multiple choice questions

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Review from previous edition A professionally executed and stylish text, which provides comprehensive coverage of business law at the appropriate level and in a suitable analytical manner. * Cheryl Dolder, Kent Law School, University of Kent *