By Christopher Gulinello
Business Organizations: Practical Applications covers the law of corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and agency authority. The book’s ultimate goal is to provide the student with the knowledge and basic skills she will need to make the transition from law student to new attorney. The book first lays the foundation for the study of business organization law by exploring the economic, financial, and theoretical concepts that are the undercurrent for the law. It then takes each of the important topics of business organization law and carefully works to cultivate the student’s familiarity and understanding of the issues and the relevant law. By exploring client motivations, market limitations on private ordering, and the reasons why lawyers structure transactions in particular ways, the book enables the student to place the law in its relevant context, promoting a deeper understanding and better preparing her to practice in the field of business organization law when she graduates.
The Companion Workbook promotes active learning by the student. Each exercise furnishes the student with the tools to complete the exercise by referring her to specific sections of the text and the relevant statutory provisions.
Chris Gulinello is a professor of law at the Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University, where he has served as a member of the faculty since 2003. Before becoming a law professor, he was as an associate-in-law at the Columbia University School of Law for two academic years. Professor Gulinello teaches courses on business organizations, securities regulation, Chinese business law, contract law, and accounting and finance for lawyers. He has published scholarly articles on various topics related to corporate and securities law.
April 2016, Paperback 582 Pages