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Acknowledged author Deborah E. Bouchoux wrote Business Organizations for Paralegal comprising 760 pages back in 2018. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 1454896248 and 9781454896241. Since then Business Organizations for Paralegal textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $25.45 or rent at the marketplace.
Business Organizations for Paralegals offers comprehensive overview of business organizations for paralegals, presented in a student-friendly format. Its coverage of all the various types of business organizations provides a basic and thorough understanding without overwhelming students. Key Features: Thorough and meaningful coverage of each type of business entity, discussing the nature of the business entity, the advantages and disadvantages of each type of organization, business operation and management, transferability of ownership, formation and dissolution of the business, and tax implications for each type of organization A “life-cycle approach” that follows each type of organization from its formation to its operation, dissolution, and tax consequences Helpful visual aids and charts that illustrate and highlight important concepts Practice Tips, sample forms, key terms, discussion questions, and a useful glossary Internet resources for additional information, forms, and agreements The role of the paralegal, with descriptions of tasks assigned to paralegals by topic Highlights from the Eighth Edition: How the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act affect pass-through entities and corporations The impact of the U.S. switching from a worldwide tax system to a modified territorial system New trends in corporate law, such as inversions, mechanisms to deter inversions, and the use of cryptocurrencies in initial coin offerings New trends in mergers, including the use of “no shop” provisions and “break-up” fees in merger agreements Expanded coverage of securities issues, such as using Regulation A+ to raise capital; “Up-C” as an alternative to the traditional IPO; the emergence of “unicorn companies”; and the SEC’s new Cyber Unit that targets cyber-related misconduct in the marketplace Four methods of shareholder voting: majority, plurality, plurality plus, and consequential voting New trends in corporate governance and shareholder proposals Fresh case illustrations throughout the text New and updated sample forms and charts