Introduction to Business Law demonstrates the relevance of key areas of the law to a world of work that the business student can relate to. Students of business often find business law modules challenging, irrelevant to their future career, and full of alien terminology and concepts. Structured in eight parts, this book provides a foundation in the key legal concepts of the English legal system, contract law, and negligence before discussing how the law affects the everyday workings of businesses and their employees from protecting intellectual property rights to company formation, winding up and insolvency. It covers a variety of topics around the subjects of the English legal system, contract law, the law of torts, employment law, the structure and management of business and the major intellectual property rights.
Keywords:work, business, English legal system, contract law, law of torts, negligence, employees, company formation, insolvency, intellectual property, employment, partnerships, directors, Vicarious liability
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- Part 1 The English Legal System
- Part 2 Contract Law
- Part 3 The Law of Agency
- Part 4 Tort Law
- Part 5 Employment Law
- Part 6 The Structure & Management of Business
- Part 7 Intellectual Property Law
- Part 8 Study Skills & Revision