This comprehensive business law text which features briefed cases combines traditional business law coverage with solid treatment of regulatory topics. It meets both AACSB legal environment and CPA exam preparation requirements. Rather than stress the mechanics of law, Clark/Aalberts/Kinder conveys the complexity of the blend of factors that occurs when law is made and applied in resolving disputes. An easy-to-read style spares the students the impenetrable prose of other business law texts. Liberal use of flowcharts, diagrams, charts, briefed cases, and samples of legal instruments helps students learn. Cases are followed by insightful commentaries of sometimes controversial topics and present and analyze the actual political, economic, social, and ethical forces that caused the conflict. A new co-author, Robert J. Aalberts, has been added for the fourth edition. The revision has more chapter problems and 67 new cases. The chapter on "bailments," which had been removed in the previous edition, has been returned to Part V on property. A unique new "A Note to CPA Candidates" at the end of every chapter provides invaluable insights and perspective on what the exam's emphasis and trends have been.
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Robert J. Aalberts is the Lied Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he has received numerous teaching and research awards. Professor Aalberts serves on the Board of Directors for the Vestin Group, MVP Realty Advisors, a Real Estate Investment Trust. His research interests include real estate law and employment law, and he has published more than 110 articles in legal and business periodicals, including The American Business Law Journal; Ohio State Law Journal; New Mexico Law Review; Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation; Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics; Pepperdine Law Review; San Diego Law Review; Nevada Law Journal; Journal of Law & Commerce; Louisiana Law Review; Journal of Legal Studies Education; Real Estate Law Journal; Real Property, Probate, & Trust Journal; Journal of Real Estate Research; Journal of Real Estate Literature; Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education; Oil, Gas, and Energy Quarterly; Appraisal Journal; Journal of Business Ethics; and many others. Professor Aalberts is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Real Estate Law Journal, where he has served since 1992, and an active member of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business and the American Real Estate Society. Prior to his academic career, he was an attorney for the Gulf Oil Company specializing in property issues related to oil and gas exploration. Professor Aalberts received his J.D. from Loyola University, his M.A. from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and his B.A. from Bemidji (Minnesota) State University.
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