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Book Review: Business Law

Book Review: Business Law American Journal of Small Business, Vol. V, No.3, Winter (Jan.-Mar.), 1981 Review of Joseph L. Frascona's et aI's, Business Law. William C. Brown Company Publishers, 1981. The day to day operation of a small business requires many business decisions, some of which have legal ramifications. While legal counsel is available to the small businessperson, such advice can not be obtained at all times and under all circumstances. Thus, the small businessperson needs a ready reference to the law that can provide relevant information quickly and in readable form. Joseph L. Frascona's text, Business Law, can provide at times, a useful source of such information though the reader should be aware that the principles of law stated are general and may not necessarily apply in the particular jurisdiction where the reader conducts hislher business. This caveat aside, the text can be most useful to the small businessperson as the author states in the preface, "to help recognize and understand the legal significance of business transactions occurring around you and in which you participate, and to know when to call a lawyer." The specific areas of the law covered in the text, the knowledge of which are most relevant to the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Small Business SAGE

Book Review: Business Law

American Journal of Small Business , Volume 5 (3): 2 – Jan 1, 1981

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1981 SAGE Publications
ISSN
0363-9428
eISSN
1540-6520
DOI
10.1177/104225878100500310
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Abstract

American Journal of Small Business, Vol. V, No.3, Winter (Jan.-Mar.), 1981 Review of Joseph L. Frascona's et aI's, Business Law. William C. Brown Company Publishers, 1981. The day to day operation of a small business requires many business decisions, some of which have legal ramifications. While legal counsel is available to the small businessperson, such advice can not be obtained at all times and under all circumstances. Thus, the small businessperson needs a ready reference to the law that can provide relevant information quickly and in readable form. Joseph L. Frascona's text, Business Law, can provide at times, a useful source of such information though the reader should be aware that the principles of law stated are general and may not necessarily apply in the particular jurisdiction where the reader conducts hislher business. This caveat aside, the text can be most useful to the small businessperson as the author states in the preface, "to help recognize and understand the legal significance of business transactions occurring around you and in which you participate, and to know when to call a lawyer." The specific areas of the law covered in the text, the knowledge of which are most relevant to the

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American Journal of Small BusinessSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 1981

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