A monthly newsletter from McGraw-Hill Education. A newsletter designed specifically with you, the Business Law educator, in mind. Proceedings incorporates “hot topics” in business law, video suggestions, an ethical dilemma, teaching tips, and a “chapter key” cross-referencing newsletter topics with the various McGraw-Hill business law textbooks.

September 2019 Volume 11, Issue 2

Hot Topics in Business Law

According to the article, a Florida jury deliberated for just six hours before finding a man guilty of manslaughter in the 2018 killing of an unarmed father he shot in front of his family in a dispute over a handicap parking space. Michael Drejka had argued he acted...

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Video Suggestions Note: In addition to the video, please also see the following article included at the above-referenced internet address: “Walmart Sues Tesla...

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Ethical Dilemma

“Beginning Today, You Won’t Be Able to Buy Plastic Bottles of Water at San Francisco International Airport” According to the article, air travelers to and from the City by the Bay will now...

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Teaching Tips

Teaching Tip 1 (Related to Article 1— “Michael Drejka, Who Invoked ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense in Shooting of Unarmed Man, Guilty of Manslaughter”): “What Does Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Say You Can Do?” For a video and an article thoroughly addressing...

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Chapter Key

See our “chapter key” that cross-references this month's newsletter topics with the various McGraw-Hill Education business law products available to you and your students. For more information on any McGraw-Hill products please contact your McGraw-Hill Representative....

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