The entrepreneur's guide to business law / Constance E. Bagley, Craig E. Dauchy1 available
Gateway-Kenosha Campus General Collection
KF 390 B8.4 B3.4 2008
- 3rd ed.
- 755 p. : ill., forms ; 24 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ch.1. Taking the plunge
- Ch.2. Leaving your employer
- Ch.3. Selecting and working with an attorney
- Ch.4. Deciding whether to incorporate
- Ch.5. Structuring the ownership
- Ch.6. Forming and working with the board
- Ch.7. Raising money and securities regulation
- Ch.8. Contracts and leases
- Ch.9. E-commerce and sales of goods and services
- Ch.10. Marshaling human resources
- Ch.11. Operational liabilities and insurance
- Ch.12. Creditors' rights and bankruptcy
- Ch.13. Venture capital
- Ch.14. Intellectual property and cyberlaw
- Ch.15. Going global
- Ch.16. Buying and selling a business
- Ch.17. Going public
- This standard-setting book is an essential resource for anyone looking to understand the legal challenges faced by entrepreneurs. From leaving your current job to taking your company public, 'The Entrepreneur's Guide to Business Law' has the information you need to avoid potentially costly missteps. This book contains 17 chapters that follow the progression of a start-up business and anticipate its legal concerns through each stage of growth, with essential coverage of e-commerce and international issues where appropriate.
- 40.00 SM BUS EP (31-145-1)
- Entrepreneurship -- Small business -- United States.
- Commercial law -- United States -- Textbooks.
- Business enterprises -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Popular works.
- Added Author
- Dauchy, Craig E., 1949-