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Research Material on the law of Business Organizations
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The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction

CALI creates online lessons that will help you learn about an area of law, and then practice questions about it before your exams. For Business Organizations, CALI has lessons in two useful topics, Business Associations and Corporations

 

Sum and Substance Audio CDs

Sum & Substance CDs can be a timesaving study aid useful for class review and exam preparation. The CDs include exam tips and hypotheticals to help you master the subject

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Sum and Substance: Corporations - James D. Cox
Call Number: Reserve CD# 7280a-g
ISBN: 9780314196019

 

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Business Organizations examines the laws and rules governing modern business organizations with an emphasis on corporations, both publicly and closely held.  The study of business organizations entails developing a familiarity with the organization of today’s business entities and the legal rules and techniques available in order to resolve conflicts among the various corporate constituents (i.e., shareholders—both controlling and non-controlling, directors, management, employee-agents, etc.) and their respective personal interests in making firm-specific investments in those business organizations.

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