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Published: 14 April 2016

872 Pages


ISBN: 9780198748380

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Card & James' Business Law

Fourth Edition

Lee Roach

  • Offers the most comprehensive coverage of all business law textbooks available, giving a fully rounded view of the relevant topics
  • Legal principles are embedded within the business context to ensure that students understand the relevance and application of the law to their wider studies
  • Learning features are incorporated throughout, including emphasis on understanding and making connections between key cases, legal principles, and the corporate world
  • Definitions of legal terms and end of chapter questions are integrated so students can consolidate understanding of topics before moving on
  • Includes footnote referencing as well as end-of-chapter further reading to direct readers to additional useful materials
  • New and improved user-friendly text design and layout, helps students engage with the text
  • Accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering additional study materials to students

New to this Edition:

  • Coverage of new and updated Bills and legislation including the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and its impact on the law relating to unfair terms, the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, full integration of the company law reforms introduced by the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015, Shared Parental Leave Regulations 2014, and updated coverage of the EU's accession to the European Convention on Human Rights, and the Government's plans for a British Bill of Rights
  • Treatment of a range of new notable case law developments including Arnold v Britton [2015] on the interpretation of contractual terms, Jetivia SA v Bilta (UK) Ltd [2015] regarding attribution of directors' wrongdoing to their companies, Google Inc v Vidal-Hall [2015] which found misuse of private information classified as tort, and Hufford v Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd [2014] concerning product liability
  • The fourth edition includes a New Law feature emphasising existing legislation due for reform and newly enforced regulations to help students quickly identify the most current and significant decrees to consider before assessments

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