Author: Bryan Hull
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
Release Date: 2008
Inside Sales and Leases: What Matters and Why, part of Aspen's new Inside Series, offers students a concise, student-friendly study aid that emphasizes the essential components of sales and lease law, how they fit together, and why. Exceptionally student-friendly, the series format includes ample author-written illustrative material, along with signposting and key features such as the FAQs, Sidebars, Chapter Summaries, and Connections, that help guide students and provide multiple opportunities for self-testing. Students will find this clear, concise paperback invaluable when studying the law governing sales and leases, including the UCC and CISG. It covers the important topics included in most casebooks: domestic sales, international sales, leases and licenses, discussion of letters of credit, document of title, and obligations of carrier goods solidifies students' understanding of the fundamentals of the course without oversimplifying them. helps students become more engaged in the material by using clear explanations and simple charts that demystify the sometimes complex statutes that govern sales of goods transactions. discusses and straightens out misconceptions, enabling students to gain a deeper understanding of class discussions and readings. includes features to enhance learning and to facilitate use: Overview: Each chapter starts with a brief introduction that positions the current topic within the course, so that students understand both what the topic is about and why it matters. Key Terms: Essential terminology is highlighted and defined at first use so that students can test their understanding. FAQs: Students' frequently asked questions are spelled out and given straightforward answers to clear up the most common mistakes and misconceptions. Sidebars: These boxes explain terminology, provide study tips or practice pointers, and offer additional insights. Graphics: Charts, photos, cartoons, and other visual material illustrate concepts, replicating the use of Blackboard, PowerPoint, and other visual aids employed by effective law teachers in the classroom. Connections: Each chapter ends with a brief section that connects the material to other chapters, encouraging students to consider "Where have I been, and where am I going now?" This comprehensive, to-the-point, student-friendly paperback, will be an invaluable aid to any student studying sales and lease law. Examine a copy of Inside Sales and Leases: What Matters and Why and you will immediately understand why.
Author: Francis J Mootz III
Release Date: 2008-06-10
This innovative book includes cases, problems, note materials and questions, as well as excerpts from law review articles and other secondary sources that explain the fit among the contemporary sources of Commercial Contracting Law. While the authors emphasize Uniform Commercial Code Articles 1 (as revised) and 2 (as enacted), but there are liberal references to Article 2A, UCITA, UETA, E-Sign, and the CISG to provide a sophisticated yet accessible presentation of the legal rules and principles that govern contemporary sales, leasing, and computer information transactions. Contemporary commercial contracting presents considerable pedagogical challenges. The authors provide a text that clearly explains the basic commercial context for the rule in question, and then provide materials that enable students to delve into more complex issues. Commercial Contracting: Sales, Leases, and Computer Information includes the cases that have continued to define commercial law for years as well as the most recent decisions that have changed the way we think about commercial contracting. The cases are complemented by extensive problems, permitting the instructor to emphasize either the case or problem approach. The authors have also integrated text and excerpts from treatises and law review articles that both put the issues in transactional context and test the limits of commercial codification.
Author: Michael B. Kelly
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Release Date: 2010-12-16
With dynamic learning features and visual aids, the Inside Series helps you make the most of your study time, throughout the semester and as you prepare for the final. Unlike heavily abridged treatises, the Inside Series is carefully written in a concise, straightforward style that clearly identifies the essential components of the law and how they fit together. You can quickly learn what is important and why. Overviews and Tables of Contents in each chapter act as a roadmap to guide you through topics, showing you how each relates to the larger legal framework. FAQs clarify points of law and help you avoid common mistakes and misconceptions. Sidebars give fascinating additional detail from legal history, policy, famous cases and more. The graphic design supports your visual learning, and features such as bolded key terms, summaries, and Connections help reinforce your understanding while giving you ample opportunity for self-review. Surprisingly concise, visually compelling, the Inside Series is extremely useful throughout the semester to help you identify the essential components of the law and how they fit together. Comprehensive coverage of the essential topics emphasizes what you need to know and why. Clear, straightforward, informal writing explains every topic for you without over-simplifying the concepts. Overviews and Tables of Contents in each chapter act as a roadmap to guide you through topics, showing you why each matters and how it fits into the larger framework of the law. FAQs clarify points of law and help you avoid common mistakes and misconceptions. Sidebars enrich the text with fascinating detail from legal history, policy, famous cases and more. Bolded key terms, Connections and summaries reinforce your understanding and give you ample opportunity for self-review. The overall graphical design of the series supports your visual learning.
Author: Bryan D. Hull
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Release Date: 2014-10-30
In a logical and persuasive manner, this class-tested casebook first provides background information about UCC Article 2 and the CISG, then addresses key issues in the order in which a lawyer is likely to encounter them in practice: Which law is applicable? Has a contract been formed? What are the terms of the contract? Has the contract been performed? If not, what are the available remedies for the injured party? Finally, the text concludes by considering third parties involved in the sales transactions and the law governing their obligations.Many problems refer students to international collections found on the Internet, and the text provides references to both unrevised and revised UCC Article 1. The Second Edition has been updated to reflect the newer version of the INCOTERMS (INCOTERMS 2010), and the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP 600). Discussion of UCC Article 2 has been revised as a result of the Uniform Law Commission and American Law Institute dropping the proposed amendments. Features: Provides background information about UCC Article 2 and the CISG Addresses key issues in the order encountered in practice Which law is applicable? Has a contract been formed? What are the terms of the contract? Has the contract been performed? If not, what are the available remedies for the injured party? Covers third parties involved and the law governing their obligations Combines cases and problems for teaching flexibility a case analysis structure a problems approach a combination of the two. Provides explanatory material to teach basic principles before casesandproblems introduced Presents contemporary, carefully edited cases Includes such cases as Hill v. Gateway (contract formation), Medical Marketing International v. Internazionale Medico Scientifica (warranties under the CISG and confirmation of an arbitral award), MCC-Marble Ceramic Center v. Ceramica Nuova D’Agostino (parol evidence and the CISG), Zabriskie Chevrolet v. Smith (contract performance under the UCC), Delchi Carrier SpA v. Rotorex Corp. (remedies under the CISG), Chatlos Systems v. National Cash Register (calculation of damages under the UCC), Robinson Helicopter Company v. Dana Corporation (availability of tort remedies), and Specht v. Netscape Communications Corp. (contract formation in licensing transaction over the Internet). Many problems refer to international collections on the Internet Provides references to both unrevised and revised UCC Article 1
Author: John Edward Murray
Publisher: West Publishing Company
Release Date: 2000
This new publication is designed for a 21st century course involving the sale & lease of goods as well as computer information transactions & electronic contracts. What used to be called "Sales Law" is now much more complex & diverse. The revision of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code last year is just one example of that. While providing the most modern problems, cases & text dealing with developments in existing Article 2, 2A & CISG, the book provides comprehensive & exciting explorations of the emerging concepts of electronic contracting with clear expositions of UCITA, UETA & related legislative thrusts.
Author: John L. Fortenberry
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Release Date: 2010-10-22
Cases in Health Care Marketing features 40 case studies that explore real-world scenarios faced by healthcare marketing executives. Divided into six sections, the book covers issues in Product, Brand & Identity Management; Marketing Communications; Marketing Management; Marketing Strategy & Planning; Environmental Analysis & Competitive Assessment. Useful as a stand-alone text or as a complement to any introductory text on healthcare marketing, Cases in Health Care Marketing challenges to reader to resolve the case through a series of questions at the conclusion of each study. Solutions are provided as part of a package of online instructor s materials."
In Russia, it is said, “Nothing and everything is possible.” In Inside Out, author Glenn Williamson explains the award-winning development of St. Petersburg’s first modern Class A office/retail center by a multinational team of Americans, Russians, Brits, Turks, and Finns. Inside Out provides a fascinating memoir of his experiences working as a developer in Russia in the 1990s while balancing a home life with a new baby son. With unique and astute anecdotes, it offers insights into Russia, its people, and its culture. Inside Out, funny and serious, sincere and sarcastic, narrates the anatomy of a real estate deal. Now, at a time when America and Russia consider ways to reset their relations, Williamson’s story shows how actual players on all sides of a complex business and personal adventure looked for, and ultimately found, a common language. “If you ever wondered what a developer does all day – especially one developing in Russia – all your questions will be answered by reading this fascinating story.” Dr. Peter Linneman, Linneman Associates
Author: Kathleen R. Allen
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Business & Economics
[TofC cont.] Ethics and social responsibility -- Appendix: Koidra-Tek Asia Business Suite business plan. This book ... introduce[s] the reader - the up-and-coming entrepreneur - to the latest perspectives on organizational management.... It proposes that to compete and grow in this challenging environment, companies must [put] the customer at the center of the business and integrat[e] total quality.... The concepts present [in this book] of vision, agile webs, core values, virtual organizations, continuous improvement, core competencies, relationship marketing, and mass communication ... are very much a part of business practices today. The key issues in this book revolve around the customer, the product/service, the process, the organization, and leadership, and are considered as interdependent components of an integrated organization. The topics discussed [in this book] have value for small business owners and entrepreneurs alike who need to be proactive and flexible to meet the demands of rapidly changing customer needs in a global marketplace. -Pref.
Author: Michael Rustad
Release Date: 2008
"This book analyzes the full range of complex legal issues that arise from domestic and international sales, leases and licenses. The author outlines preventive law tactics and planning strategies for all important aspects of domestic and cross-border sales, leases and licenses. The concepts of international contract law are illustrated through the activities of a hypothetical import/export company. The use of the hypothetical teaches practical as well as doctrinal principles of domestic and international contract law. This book uses practical examples and explanations to compare and contrast UCC Article 2 with CISG but also places licensing and leases in a global context. The book is divided into three parts so that individual instructors may select particular subjects which they wish to cover, in the order of their choosing. Each chapter provides helpful hints, practice points and practice problems in an accessible format.This comparative commercial law book is the first to provide extensive coverage of procedural, cultural and localization issues in cross-border commerce. The book is appropriate for a course in international contract law, sales and leases, or comparative commercial law."