Demystifying the Law: An Introduction for Professionals

1st Edition

Daniel A. Bronstein

CRC Press
Published August 27, 1990
Reference - 176 Pages
ISBN 9780873713245 - CAT# L324

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Summary

Demystifying the Law: An Introduction for Professionals explains unfamiliar legal concepts in interesting contexts, thus helping you to understand and remember them. It illustrates legal principles using simple examples that anyone can understand.

No single book can turn you into a lawyer, but this one can help you decide when you need a lawyer's assistance and help you ask intelligent questions of your lawyer. It can even help keep you out of situations requiring a lawyer.

Part I tells you where our laws come from and how they are applied in the court system. Part II explains the role in law of the executive branch of government, including quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial activities, judicial review, and technicalities and terms.

Part III covers several specific legal issues, including civil procedure, criminal law concepts, burden of proof, the "reasonable person" concept, breach of duty, personal and product liability, and malpractice. It also gives brief introductions to contracts, insurance law, workers' compensation, property law, environmental law, water law, and other legal matters.

Every professional should own this valuable resource!

Ideal for both personal and business use.

Appendices include how to find legal citations and extracts from the federal rules of civil procedure.

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