About the Book
Cases and Materials on Corporations and Other Business Entities: A Practical Approach
About the Book
A practical approach to Corporations featuring carefully edited cases, intriguing notes and questions, and exercises drawn from actual cases to create a practical and skills-driven approach to the study of the legal principles of business.
- Each chapter includes all the landmark cases that students should be introduced to in a Corporations or Business Entities course
- Strong skills-driven exercises and questions (both litigation-based and transaction-based)
- the practical exercises give students a chance to simulate what lawyers do
- the exercises are drawn from actual disputes, particularly from material in the case’s procedural history, publicly-available information about the dispute, and other information provided from the actual lawyers on the case
- Brief notes and questions after cases, including some with practice-orientation
- Excerpts from edited interviews with several prominent corporate lawyers
- Diagrams, or “Roadmaps,” are included to give students an illustrative snapshot of some of the toughest cases.
- This text obviates the need for law professors interested in skills training to rely on supplemental texts or creating their own materials
- Companion website that includes supplemental introductory cases (with notes and questions) to enable use of the casebook by MBA and undergraduate students
- Accompanied by a comprehensive Teacher’s Manual