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Course SummaryMake business law interesting for your students with our textbook replacement course. Short video and text lessons and quizzes cover all of the topics in a standard business law textbook and break down even the toughest topics so your students can do better in class and get higher grades on their assignments and tests.
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- American law history
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- Constitutional law and amendments
- Legal systems in America
- Legal procedures and requirements
- Fundamentals of contract law
- Third party beneficiaries and contracts
- Delegation and assignment of contracts
- The statute of frauds in contract law
- Scope and meaning of contracts
- Breach of contract
- Contract discharges
- Components of the legal environment
- Antitrust law and securities
- Real and personal property law
- Labor and employment law
- Rights of creditors
- Consumer protection and product liability law
- Laws in international business
- Agency in business law
- Business organizations
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