Authors: John A Willes, John H Willes
Publication: McGraw-Hill Ryerson
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This 12th Edition of Contemporary Canadian Business Law continues the tradition of more than 30 years of providing students with a clear understanding of the legal environment for business professionals, owners, and managers in Canada. This text provides students with the legal knowledge and edge they require, matched to the course offerings of Canada’s universities and colleges. This text covers all the core topics of business law, as well as many emerging topics, allowing instructors to design courses appropriate for the particular needs and interests of their students and business program.
Contemporary Canadian Business Law adopts a learning goals approach to the law, with clear learning goals leading the way as each chapter opens. In addition to clarity in development and explanation, scope, depth, interest and debate are further fuelled through use of special features. These range from management advisories and checklists, to ethical questions, case summaries and topical media items that will be familiar to many students. Tying it all together, review questions, mini-cases and discussion cases provide not only review, but drive home the application of legal principles and rules to business problems.