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  • ISBN10

    0176795081

  • ISBN13

    9780176795085

  • Edition

    7

  • Publisher

    Nelson College Indigenous

  • Publication Date

    Jan 10, 2019

  • Cover Type

    Hardcover

  • ISBN10

    0176795081

  • ISBN13

    9780176795085

  • Edition

    7

  • Publisher

    Nelson College Indigenous

  • Publication Date

    Jan 10, 2019

  • Cover Type

    Hardcover

Canadian Business And The Law
Duplessis, Dorothy
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Product description The seventh edition of Canadian Business and the Law continues to be the preeminent resource for business students who require an understanding of the integral role the law plays in all business decisions. This product was the first to bring a risk management approach to Canadian business law textbooks and uses this framework throughout the text. The authors explain the basic legal principles and concepts in an engaging and relevant way by contextualizing it to real business scenarios, helping students understand how they can both manage and minimize legal risk when making business decisions. About the Author Dorothy Roberta Ruth DuPlessis, B.Com. (Dalhousie University), LL.B. (Dalhousie University), M.B.A. (Dalhousie University), LL.M. (University of London), is a professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, University of New Brunswick (Fredericton). She is also a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Professor DuPlessis has taught courses in bu...
Product description The seventh edition of Canadian Business and the Law continues to be the preeminent resource for business students who require an understanding of the integral role the law plays in all business decisions. This product was the first to bring a risk management approach to Canadian business law textbooks and uses this framework throughout the text. The authors explain the basic legal principles and concepts in an engaging and relevant way by contextualizing it to real business scenarios, helping students understand how they can both manage and minimize legal risk when making business decisions. About the Author Dorothy Roberta Ruth DuPlessis, B.Com. (Dalhousie University), LL.B. (Dalhousie University), M.B.A. (Dalhousie University), LL.M. (University of London), is a professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, University of New Brunswick (Fredericton). She is also a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Professor DuPlessis has taught courses in business law, administrative law, international law, and Internet law at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has also lectured at the Czech Management School and at the Institute of Professional Management. Professor DuPlessis has published articles on auditor’s and director’s liability, copyright, and university administration. She is also the law examiner for the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada. Shannon Kathleen O’Byrne, B.A. (University of Regina), M.A., LL.B., LL.M. (University of Alberta), is a professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, and a former Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. She was admitted to the Law Society of Alberta in 1987 and is a past member of the board of directors of the Edmonton Bar Association. She is the recipient of the University of Alberta’s highest teaching honour, the Rutherford Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, as well as the Faculty of Law’s Teaching Excellence Award, named after the Hon. Mr. Justice Tevie Miller. Professor O’Byrne’s articles have been cited with approval by courts across the country, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Philip King, B Hons Philosophy (University of Western Ontario), LL.B. (University of Western Ontario), M.B.A. Richard Ivey School of Business, (University of Western Ontario) teaches law at Western University and practices corporate and commercial law in London, Ontario. Philip has practiced law since 1992, helping businesspeople achieve their goals by managing legal issues effectively. During that time, Philip has had the privilege of working with some of Canada's finest lawyers and businesspeople. While at Western, Philip was awarded the gold medal in the combined Law and M.B.A. program. Following graduation and a stint at a major Canadian law firm on Bay Street in Toronto, Philip returned to London, where he now practices law and teaches at Western Law, the Richard Ivey School of Business, and the Dan Program in Management and Organizational Studies. Philip and his wife Monica have two boys, Daniel and Joshua. Philip is an avid mountain biker and hiker and tries to spend as much time as possible out in the woods. Lorrie Adams, B. Comm., LL.B., LL.M. (University of Alberta), is an assistant professor in the School of Business at MacEwan University (Edmonton) where she is a member of the department of International Business, Marketing, Strategy and Law. At MacEwan University she has chaired two School of Business programs and has taught courses in business law, employment law, international business transactions, and civil procedures. She has been a presenter for Alberta’s bar admission program and is an evaluator and facilitator for the Canadian Center for Professional Legal Education (the organization that administers the bar admission program in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba). Lorrie has been a member of the Law Society of Alberta since 1993 and practiced law in Edmonton for 17 years, advising insurers on a range of tort liability, litigation, and contract matters. Steven Enman, B.B.A. (Acadia University), LL.B. (Dalhousie University), LL.M. (Bristol University), was an associate professor in the Fred C. Manning School of Business Administration, Acadia University, and a director of the school when he retired in 2011. He was admitted to the bar of Nova Scotia in 1978, taught business law at Acadia for 32 years, and is a retired member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Professor Enman is a member of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He was the editor of two editions of Canadian Business Law Cases. He has presented papers at conferences dealing with privacy, unconscionable contracts, and commercial morality.
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