Business Law in Ireland
Published : Sunday 20 September 2015
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Divided into six general parts, with 25 chapters, this book commences with an introduction to the law followed by Company and Commercial Law, European Union Law, Law of Tort, the Law of Contract and Employment Law.
Established author Anthony Thuillier, barrister-at-law, has teamed up with Catherine MacDaid, barrister-at-law, to pen a new book designed specifically for students of business law, entitled Business Law in Ireland and part of the successful 'Core d104 Series'. The unique and engaging writing style employed by the authors and their ability to simplify and explain complex legal topics such as tort, contract and company law, make the subject matter both accessible and interesting. Divided into six general parts, with 25 chapters, this book commences with an introduction to the law, designed for primarily for those who are new to the subject. Thereafter, each part explores the major requisite themes concerning business law, including the Company and Commercial Law, Employment Law, Law of Tort, the Law of Contract and European Union Law.