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Law for Professional Engineers [Hardcover]

Donald Marston
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March 15 1996
The approach taken throughout the text has been to summarize and simplify the subject manner. The book focuses on fundamentals and areas of business law of relevance and interest to engineers. Therefore, the use of technical or legal terms has been minimized, as have the references to extensive procedural details and complex legalarguments that are more appropriately the concern of lawyers. The analytical nature of our legal systemis illustrated by emphasizing the court's application of established legal principles in deciding cases.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Very useful resource Oct. 11 2006
Format:Hardcover
Not just useful for engineers. Great resource for anyone running their own company. The book is at once easy-to-understand and in-depth as it covers contract law, tort law, intellectual property, and an assortment of other useful topics related to corporations.

I've had the book for under a month and already it's helped me

(1) ask good questions of my condo board's lawyer when discussing how we'll sue the developer,

(2) understand what the heck the Procurement Department at my work really does,

(3) realize what I'd be getting into if I "went contract" rather than remain as staff

(4) pass my P. Eng. exam

(5) Think twice about what I'm writing on a purchase order.
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