This comprehensive survey uses carefully selected cases to demonstrate how laws affect the business activities most important to business people. Its distinguished author team, outstanding cases, innovative inserts on ethics, and variety of review problems set Modern Business Law apart from other texts. A new integration of ethical and international issues continues to make this text appealing to students and professors. The third edition is expanded in scope and coverage form 48 to 59 chapters. There are seven all-new chapters and most chapters have been extensively revised and/or extended. A new editor/author, David Cohen, who is both a business law professor and professional writer, has worked on the entire multi-authored manuscript to give it greater coherence.