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Business Law MyLab Business Law with eText, 10th Edition

Andy Gibson
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Business Law MyLab Business Law with eText, 10th Edition

By Andy Gibson
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Overview
Author
Andy Gibson
Edition
10th
ISBN
9781488611810
Published Date
10/08/2017

Pearson MyLab™ is the world's leading online self-study, homework, tutorial and assessment product designed with a single purpose in mind: to improve the results of all higher education students, one student at a time.

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Features

MyLab Business Law gives you all the tools you need to succeed in your studies. It includes:

  • NEW! Dynamic Study Modules (DSMs) - provide help where students need it most. DSMs work by continuously assessing student performance and activity, then use data and analytics to provide personalised content in real-time to reinforce concepts that target a learner's particular strengths and weaknesses.
  • NEW! Decision Making Simulations - with a new interface and enhanced user experience these simulations help students think like professionals as they apply concepts to realistic business challenges they’re likely to experience in their future careers.

Other features available in MyLab Business Law:

  • a study plan builder to identify what concepts you have already mastered, and those that you are finding challenging
  • a study plan featuring practice questions with immediate feedback, to help you master those challenging concepts
  • a multimedia library with resources to help you better understand course material and link theory to practice
  • WritingSpace - a single place to create, track, and grade writing assignments, provide writing resources, and exchange meaningful, personalised feedback with students, quickly and easily.
  • eText - gives students access to their textbook anytime, anywhere.
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Table of contents
  • PART 1 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK
  • Chapter 1 Legal Foundations
  • Chapter 2 Legal Systems
  • Chapter 3 How Law is Made: Precedent/Statute Law
  • PART 2 CIVIL LIABILITY
  • Chapter 4 Civil Liability: The Law of Torts and Negligence
  • Chapter 5 Applications of Negligence to Business
  • PART 3 LAW OF CONTRACTS
  • Chapter 6 Introduction to Contracts
  • Chapter 7 Agreement Between the Parties
  • Chapter 8 Intention to Create Legal Relations
  • Chapter 9 Consideration
  • Chapter 10 Capacity of the Parties
  • Chapter 11 Genuine Consent
  • Chapter 12 Is the Contract Legal?
  • Chapter 13 Terms of the Contract
  • Chapter 14 Rights and Liabilities of the Parties, Discharge and Remedies
  • Chapter 15 Remedies in Contract
  • PART 4 CONSUMER LAW
  • Chapter 16 Statutory Consumer Guarantees and the Australian Consumer Law
  • Chapter 17 General and Specific Consumer Protections under the ACL
  • PART 5 BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS AND THE LAW
  • Chapter 18 Agency
  • Chapter 19 Introduction to Companies and Incorporated Associations
  • Chapter 20 Partnerships
  • Chapter 21 Choosing a Business Entity
  • ONLINE CHAPTERS
  • Chapter 22 Other Business-Related Torts
  • Chapter 23 Insurance
  • Chapter 24 Sale of Goods—Business to Business
  • Chapter 25 Property and Mortgages
  • Chapter 26 Intellectual Property
  • Chapter 27 Ethics and Business Practice
  • Chapter 28 Criminal Law in a Business Context
  • Chapter 29 Competition Law
  • Chapter 30 Insolvency and Debt Recovery
  • Chapter 31 The work environment 
  • ON DEMAND CHAPTERS
  • Chapter 32 Electronic Commerce
  • Chapter 33 Negotiable Instruments
  • Chapter 34 Consumer Credit and Privacy
  • Chapter 35 Ethics and Regulations in Marketing and Advertising

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