The 4th Edition of THE ENTREPRENEURaS GUIDE TO BUSINESS LAW takes students through the various stages of starting a business--from start-up and growth to an initial public offering--while highlighting the legal preparations and pitfalls that go along with them. Start-ups experience legal issues unlike those of mature companies, and this text offers seventeen chapters of advice and strategies for recognizing and managing them. Appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate coursework, this newly updated edition presents traditional topics, such as the cyclical nature of business, international issues, contract law, and bankruptcy, as well as more current issues like clean energy, e-commerce, and the effects of the recent recession on entrepreneurship. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.terms and conditions of his or her service will provide some support for finding independent contractor status. The agreement should clearly lay out the responsibilities of the contractor, describing the services to be performed, granting the contractor autonomy and control over how and when to ... It is also important to make it clear that the independent contractor is free to offer services to other businesses.
|Title||:||The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Business Law|
|Author||:||Constance E. Bagley, Craig E. Dauchy|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-01-24|