Introduction to Commercial Law

2010, Business/Economics, Commercial Law, Legal Education admin

Cases, Problems and Materials
Sixth Edition
By: Howard W. Foss

Now in its sixth edition, Howard Foss’s Introduction to Commercial Law: Cases, Problems and Materials is an excellent introductory tool for the commercial law novice. Part I of this work covers the Sale of Goods, Part II covers Commercial Paper, and Part III covers Secured Transactions. This work also covers Articles 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The goal is for readers to become acquainted with issue-generating phrases within the statutory language of the Code. This guide on commercial law is ideal for students, researchers, professors, and librarians.

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The American Conveyancer

2010, Business/Economics, Commercial Law, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Property admin

Containing a Large Variety of Legal Forms and Instruments Adapted to Popular Wants and Professional Use Throughout the United States. Together with Forms and Directions for Applicants under the Patent Laws of the United States.
By: George T. Curtis

This work provided legal forms and guidance as self-help for American traders, farmers, mechanics and business owners who wished to file their own legal forms. The book includes a variety of legal forms with directions on filling out and filing them. It also contains information specific to the Insolvent Law of Massachusetts. American Conveyancer makes a great addition to any patent law or intellectual property law collection.

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Preventing Abusive Credit Card Practices

2010, Commercial Law, Legislative History admin

A Legislative History of the Credit Card Act of 2009
Edited by: William H. Manz

Enacted in May 2009, with a level of bipartisan support that was unusual for the 111th Congress, the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, also known as the Credit CARD Act, placed new restrictions on credit card companies and provided new restrictions for consumers. This new act requires creditors to provided written notice 45 days prior to the effective date of:
  • An increase in an annual percentage rate (APR)
  • A significant change in the terms of the cardholder agreement
The Act also prevents credit card companies from increasing rates on existing balances except in certain well-defines circumstances,

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Preventing Abusive Credit Card Practices

2010, Commercial Law mrosati

A Legislative History of the Credit Card Act of 2009
Edited by: William H. Manz
Enacted in May 2009, with a level of bipartisan support that was unusual for the 111th Congress, the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, also known as the Credit CARD Act, placed new restrictions on credit card companies and provided new restrictions for consumers. This new act requires creditors to provide written notice 45 days prior to the effective date of:
  • An increase in an annual percentage rate (APR)
  • A significant change in the terms of the cardholder agreement
The Act also prevents credit card companies from increasing rates on existing balances except in certain well-defined circumstances,

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Introduction to Commercial Law

2010, Commercial Law mrosati

Cases, Problems and Materials, 6th Edition 

By: Howard W. Foss

Now in its sixth edition, Howard Foss’s Introduction to Commercial Law: Cases, Problems and Materials is an excellent introductory tool for the commercial law novice. Part I of this work covers the Sale of Goods, Part II covers Commercial Paper, and Part III covers Secured Transactions. This work also covers Articles 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The goal is for readers to become acquainted with issue-generating phrases within the statutory language of the Code. This guide on commercial law is ideal for students, researchers, professors, and librarians.

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List Price: $70.00
Published: Buffalo;

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Corporate Fraud Responsibility

2010, Commercial Law mrosati

A Legislative History of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002

By: William H. Manz

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which was intended to change the way corporations do business, provided new standards of corporate responsibility, enhanced disclosure requirements, provided for heightened criminal penalties and created rights of action. Specifically, the Act established a new regulatory body for accountants, known as the Public Company Oversight Board, and also sets up strict disclosure standards for public companies. The complete ten-volume set, which consists of the two-volume core set plus eight supplemental volumes, contains 114 documents and is intended for use by in-depth research libraries. It includes the reports, congressional documents, all previous bill versions, presidential statments,

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Mergers and Acquisitions

2010, Commercial Law mrosati

Cases and Problems

By: Wendy B. Davis 

This book will provide a comprehensive foundation in the many legal issues involved in complex corporate combinations, including mergers, asset acquisitions, stock acquisitions, and the corporate attempts to avoid these transactions. Readers will gain knowledge of the issues involved by reading cases decided in the past few years and reviewing questions and problems related to the cases. Relevant statutes, regulations and forms of agreements have also been included for drafting analysis. This work is valuable for students, professors and professionals alike.

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List Price: $95.00
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2007

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The American Conveyancer;

2010, Commercial Law mrosati

Containing a Large Variety of Legal Forms and Instruments Adapted to Popular Wants and Professional Use Throughout the United States. Together with Forms and Directions for Applicants Under the Patent Laws of the United States

By: George T. Curtis

This work is intended to provide legal forms and guidance as self-help for American traders, farmers, mechanics and business owners who wished to file their own legal forms. The book includes a variety of legal forms with directions on filling out and filing them. It also contains information specific to the Insolvent Law of Massachusetts. American Conveyancer makes a great addition to any patent law or intellectual property law collection.

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List Price: $85.00
Published: Boston;

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Preventing Abusive Credit Card Practices

2010, Commercial Law, Legislative History admin

A Legislative History of the Credit Card Act of 2009
Edited by: William H. Manz
Enacted in May 2009, with a level of bipartisan support that was unusual for the 111th Congress, the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, also known as the Credit CARD Act, placed new restrictions on credit card companies and provided new protections for consumers. This new act requires creditors to provide written notice 45 days prior to the effective date of:
  • An increase in an annual percentage rate (APR)
  • A significant change in the terms of the cardholder agreement
The act also prevents credit card companies from increasing rates on existing balances except in certain well-defined circumstances,

Read More