This book should be of interest to students taking professional examinations in business.
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A member of the faculty at the Boston College Carroll School of Management since 1968 and chair of the Business Law Department for over a decade, Professor David P. Twomey has received numerous teaching and service awards at Boston College. He has written 31 editions of his textbooks and numerous articles on labor, employment, and business law topics. As Business Law Chair, he serves as a spokesperson for a strong legal and ethical component in both the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. He also has a special interest in curriculum development, serving four terms as chairman of his school's Education Policy Committee. Professor Twomey is also a nationally known labor arbitrator. In the context of impending nationwide railroad and airline strikes, his service includes appointments by Presidents Reagan, George Bush, Clinton, and George W. Bush to eight Presidential Emergency Boards, whose recommendations served as the basis for the resolution of these labor disputes. Professor Twomey is a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators. He is also a member of the Massachusetts, Florida, and federal Bars.Review:
"It is difficult to suggest any improvements since Anderson Fox Twomey and Jennings have done a better job with this topic [Revised Article 3] than the authors of the business law text I presently use." Bob Vicars, Bluefield State University
"I have to say that this is the best 'business ethics' chapter that I have encountered . . . A student can relate to this chapter." Philip Evans, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
"This expanded coverage [franchises] is excellent because it is more detailed. Students relate well to this topic. So many of them have worked for a franchise. This discussion of franchising also reinforced previously learned topics -- contract law, employment law, and tort law." Francis Polk, Ocean County College
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