The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy

Author: Robert M. LeVine

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780615308357

Category: Law

Page: 552

View: 2456

The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy marks the first time in the history of legal education that a novel has been used as a vehicle for delivering the content of a substantive body of law; in this case, a pervasive statutory scheme The Uniform Commercial Code, law in all fifty states. Mirroring the factual assumptions upon which the UCC was drafted, The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy places the application of these laws in concrete and interesting commercial settings where they come to life. Logical reader questions are anticipated, and answered through a variety of communication channels uniquely available to the format chosen: dialogue, memoranda of law, texting and emails, are illustrative. If you are in business, the Uniform Commercial Code directly, impacts your business hundreds, perhaps thousands of times per day. Virtually every phase of a transaction in goods, from sale or lease through financing, is impacted by the laws of the UCC. Of particular significance are those provisions which can literally save a business from going under. These potential landmines need to be identified before they are stepped on. The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy accomplishes this important task. Consumers should understand the basic laws the surround and govern their purchases leases and financing of goods. They should also understand, as should businesses, the impact of signing a promissory note, how the transfer of that note can affect one 's rights, and how to protect one 's rights when promissory notes are executed. Understanding how to protect your rights in these transactions is both empowering and essential. The mass and complexity of the Uniform Commercial Code has made comprehension and learning the content very challenging. The ease of learning is greatly enhanced by the approach utilized in The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy. As one prominent attorney and author wrote in a recently published book review: Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus! In this case, he comes in the form of former University of Miami School of Law professor Robert M. LeVine, who has made one of the most complicated bodies of law in the United States the Uniform Commercial Code not only comprehensible but entertaining. Tom Shuck, Esq. Past President, Federal Bar Association Federal Bar Association Journal, August 2111 Law students, business students, and CPA 's must know the Uniform Commercial Code. It is essential to graduate from law school and is on the bar examination of every state, and the CPA examination as well. The following are illustrative of testimonials received on The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy: It 's true. The UCC is just as daunting as it looks, and this book is the key to unlocking its mysteries. Infused with practicality, The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy combines every day transactions with straightforward law, allowing students to not only navigate the UCC with ease, but also develop a lasting understanding of the material. The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy 's revolutionary approach to the UCC has extensive application both in and out of the classroom as a resource for professors and a study aid for students. The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy by LeVine was my key to success in understanding the UCC, and enjoying it! Melissa Carroll Stetson University College of Law I was amazed. I never thought it possible to make the UCC interesting but I was wrong. For once I had found a book which made me understand the meaning and interrelationships among sections, and at the same time, I enjoyed reading it. F. William Harvey JD, MBA, Wharton School of Business The knowledge contained in the Uniform Commercial Code is invaluable to anyone in business, or any American who is involved in basic consumer transactions. The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy creates a pathway to this level in a unique and entertaining manner.

The Law of Contracts and the Uniform Commercial Code

Author: Pamela Tepper

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1305176758

Category: Law

Page: 576

View: 7660

THE LAW OF CONTRACTS AND THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE, 3e covers all the important features of common law contracts, as well as Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code in a practical, understandable, and realistic manner. Real cases demonstrate how the concepts in each chapter are applied, and the fact pattern is used throughout the chapter to demonstrate how contracts and their concepts affect our daily lives, often with unusual results. Using a fluid and interesting writing style, the author reduces contract law to its basic components and provides examples that build on other examples. Chapter summaries, review questions, exercises, a running glossary, and--new to this edition--learning objectives help your students to fully grasp this complex area of the law. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Federal Contracting Made Easy

Author: Scott A. Stanberry

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 1567263895

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 346

View: 9053

Federal contracting . . . easy? With the fourth edition of Federal Contracting Made Easy, it is! Whether or not you consider federal contracting easy, it is certainly easier with this guide. Used successfully by thousands of contractors and feds, this book offers practical, hands-on, no-nonsense advice. Now in its fourth edition, Federal Contracting Made Easy lays out the entire federal contracting process in a readable and easy-to-understand style. This book covers how government procurement works, what you can do to cut though the red tape to speed your way to winning a contract, who the key players are, and tips for overcoming obstacles. New in this edition: • Discussion of government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs) • Updates on women-owned small business • New status of service-disabled veteran-owned small business • Expanded list of relevant websites and resources • Introduction to the new System for Award Management (SAM) Whether you are about to enter the competitive world of federal contracting or have been bidding for contracts for years and are now looking for updated information and ideas, this is the book you need. The federal government awards billions of dollars in contracts for goods and services every year. This book will help you win a piece of that business.

Commercial Law of Intellectual Property

Author: Peter A. Alces,Harold See

Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online

ISBN: 9780735551282

Category: Law

Page: 736

View: 3539

Commercial legislation and intellectual property principles are experiencing dramatic adjustment as a result of technological, social, and legislative innovation. The Commercial Law of Intellectual Property provides comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the intersection of commercial law and intellectual property rights, including discussion of all applicable U.C.C. sections and other relevant legislation, as well as discussion of hundreds of cases in which intellectual property interests have been subject to U.C.C. provisions, with attention to such critical areas as: Intellectual property licensing, including shrink-wrap and click-wrap license agreements Licenses and other licensing arrangements that some courts view as valid contracts and others do not Representation, fitness, and disclaimer of liability in warranties, with special reference to computer systems and other intellectual property sales, leases, and licenses Unconscionability in the formation of intellectual property sales agreements Application of U.C.C. Article 2 and U.C.C. Article 2A to intellectual property Formation and performance terms of sales and lease contracts involving intellectual property Third-party interests in sales and lease transactions involving intellectual property Performance, repudiation, and excuse in intellectual property sales and lease contracts Intellectual property damages

The Law of Contracts and the Uniform Commercial Code

Author: Pamela R. Tepper

Publisher: Delmar Pub

ISBN: 9780827363243

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 436

View: 9472

This book is ideal for a study of contract law, this book covers all of the important features of common law contracts as well as Article II of the UCC. Chapter summaries, review questions, exercises, running glossary, and more help students fully grasp this complex area of the law.ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERComputerized Test Bank, ISBN:0-8273-7134-9 Instructor's Manual, ISBN: 0-8273-6325-7

The Banking Law Journal

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Banking law

Page: N.A

View: 6370

A journal devoted to banking law and practice for bankers and bank attorneys. Includes articles, notes on court cases, and summaries of legislation.

Business Plans Made Easy

It's Not as Hard as You Think!

Author: Mark Henricks,John Riddle

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781891984433

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 366

View: 9863

This lively, easy-to-use edition has been updated with new proven techniques, hints and tips for creating "bankable" business plans and getting results.


Examples & Explanations

Author: Brian A. Blum

Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online

ISBN: 0735562415

Category: Law

Page: 804

View: 7498

Examples & Explanations: Contracts, Fourth Edition, is an accessible, comprehensive treatment of first-year contracts topics. This popular and well-written study aid speaks clearly and directly to students and is designed to provide them with information, examples, and analysis in appropriate complexity and detail. Important features of this highly regarded study aid include the author's strong writing ability and skill in teaching first-year students to develop an understanding of difficult concepts clear and direct explanatory text that is specifically geared to the needs of first-year students diagrams that provide useful visual aids for students to help in remembering key points the unique, time-tested Examples & Explanations format that combines textual material with well-written and comprehensive examples, explanations, and questions to test student comprehension of the materials and provide practice in applying information to fact patterns comprehensive questions with a variety of issues in one fact situation, similar to those on law school or bar examinations New to the Fourth Edition: updated discussion of UCC Articles 1 and 2, including both the current and revised versions of the Articles and an explanation of the changes new cases and developments new and revised examples and explanations based on new cases and changes in the UCC

Perspectives on the Uniform Commercial Code

Author: Douglas E. Litowitz

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781594604386

Category: Law

Page: 172

View: 7596

"This anthology effectively destroys the widely held belief that the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a sterile and lifeless maze. Whereas most teaching and scholarship on the UCC has concerned itself with narrow issues surrounding one or more provisions, this book tackles the wider topics that make the UCC a living, experimental, and sometimes controversial text.The book begins with a treatment of the codification movement from which the UCC project was born and then turns to the history and drafting of the UCC, including selections from its principal drafters. Litowitz then raises pointed questions about the jurisprudence and interpretation of the UCC, including challenges from critics. After discussing often-neglected issues surrounding the social and political implications of the UCC, the discussion turns to currently pressing problems such as the amendment process and the arguments surrounding federalization. Students and professors alike will find the anthology a wonderful complement to the standard materials assigned in commercial law classes, facilitating a broader scholarly discussion of the UCC."