Law for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners, Second Edition
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Drawing from his experience as a legal counsel and in senior management, Robert Sprague brings both legal and business perspective to Law for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners. This book is designed to provide college students with an overview of the legal issues facing entrepreneurs and owners of small businesses as they start, operate, and potentially end their businesses. Through five succinct parts—First Steps, Intellectual Property, Hiring and Managing Employees, Managing the Business, and Ending the Business—the text covers legal topics common to both small and entrepreneurial businesses. In addition, Professor Sprague teaches and champions critical thinking skills through exercises and case analysis.
New to the Second Edition:
Updated with new cases to reflect current law
New critical thinking exercises
A new “Trending” topic summarizing new and evolving pertinent legal issues
Professors and students will benefit from:
Student-friendly narrative and interesting case summaries
Critical Thinking Exercises where students apply legal principals to the facts presented
The Bottom Line--practical and relevant advice—for future entrepreneurs and small business owners
“Trending” issues that are just beginning to impact small and entrepreneurial businesses.
A flexible organization that highlights connections among different parts of the book
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