Don’t Just Learn the Law, Learn the Law in Context!
In the tenth edition of Law, Business, and Society, Tony McAdams discusses the role of the market, ethics/social responsibility, and the law in regulating the complex relationship between business and the larger society. McAdams examines whether the market and ethics/social responsibility have failed, and if government intervention is needed to maintain a healthy relationship between business practice and society’s general welfare. The text serves as a general introduction to the legal system, including chapters on constitutional law, the common law of contracts and torts, and employment law. The closely written narrative, edited law cases, contemporary vignettes from daily life and an abundance of thought-provoking questions help convey key points. In addition, Law, Business, and Society precisely conforms to AACSB International accreditation expectations.
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NEW Chapter 18 Internet Law and Ethics.
NEW One or more student internet exercises per chapter, which requires the student to do research on the internet to find the answers.
Many new recent law cases including: Sutton and Hinton v. United Airlines, FTC v. Staples, American Trucking Association v. EPA. New often extensive attention to globalization, sweatshops/child labor, OSHA and ergonomics standards, illegal aliens, contingent workers, sexual orientation, retaliation, sexual harassment following Burlington Industries and Faragher, gun manufacturer litigation's, lemon laws, identify theft, punitive damages, global warming.
Dozens of new articles: Exxon Valdez 10 years later, the U.S. as a dumping ground for Guns, How your personal history is packaged for sale, Labor movement in France, Strange questions to the SHRM hotline, International price fixing, Globalization and European mergers, In Russia bribes become only way to do business, Ben & Jerry's Taste Irony, Few answers on Commencement Prayers, Rulings will stir states on same-sex marriages, Forging Global Regulations that put Industry first, Big Tobacco to court.
Two chapters on ethics
Unique integration of readings and cases that create a holistic picture of the relationship of business, law, and society.
Laura P. Hartman was formerly an Assistant Professor of Business Law at DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business where she received the university’s excellence in teaching Award. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School. She then held the Grainger Chair of Business Ethics at the University of Wisconsin --- Madison. She is currently a Vice President at DePaul University.ity.ity.
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