Business Law provides an introduction to the subject. Packed with up-to-date and relevant examples, it demonstrates the real applicability of the law to the business world. The book contains a number of parts. After an introduction about studying the law, the first part covers the English legal system, the constitution, EU law, and human rights. This comprises important issues including statutory interpretation and the legislative process, and court structures. The next part considers contractual obligations. Here terms, contractual capacity, mistake, misrepresentation, duress, contractual terms, regulations, and remedies for breach are included. It continues with tortious liability and describes issues of negligence, nuisance, economic loss, psychiatric injury, and statutory duties. This is followed by an examination of company law. The part that comes next is about employment. Finally, intellectual property issues are considered.
Keywords:agency, human rights, statutory interpretation, courts, European Union, contracts, tortious liability, negligence, employment, company law
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- Part 1 Introduction
- Part 2 The English legal system
- Part 3 Contractual obligations
- Part 4 Tortious liability
- Part 5 Company law
- Part 6 Agency law
- Part 7 Employment
- Part 8 Intellectual property