About the Book
This revised edition is presented not only traditional principles of business law but also tried to delve into new arenas pertaining to the interaction of law and business appropriate for business leaders of the twenty-first century. In this edition author embraces this diversity of approaches to the discipline because students, ultimately, benefit if the instructor can teach a selection of business law topics with which they have a familiarity and that they believe are most relevant to students of business.
The twenty four chapters in Business Law are divided into six distinctive units. These units permit the material to be covered in the order that teachers feel best meets their students’ needs. We believe this organization provides the flexibility for courses on either the semester or quarter calendar. Also, this structure allows students to have a logical skeleton with which to see the “big picture” of business law along with major divisions of the subject area.
Thus the entire book intended to give a comprehensive yet quick grasp of the communication skills. Various guidelines, hints and practical suggestions offered in this edition enhances the utility for technical communication. We believe this the text is worthy of the trust you have placed in us to deliver clearly contemporary aspects of business law in a comprehensive manner appropriate for a variety of learning styles.
About the Author
Kavita Krishnamurthi graduated and post-graduated (Psychology) from Annamalai University in 1986. She took her M.B.A. degree from the University of Madras. A well-known author, Krishnamurthi has visited several times abroad for attending international seminars and conferences. Presently, she is working as a senior consultant in many institutions and companies. Her prominent publications are Global Encyclopaedia of Business Management, Human Resource Management: Concept and Planning and Advertising Management.