Business Law Publications and Research

 
 


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Department of Business Law
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Juniper Hall 3121
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330
Phone: 818-677-2905
Email: melanie.williams@csun.edu

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  • Docan, Carol A.; Gunther, Richard; Rymsza, Leonard (Allied Academies, 2009)
    The primary subject matter of this case concerns business law and statistical analysis. Secondary issues examine negligence vs. negligence per se; cause in fact; contributory vs. comparative negligence; statute of limitations; ...
  • Docan, Carol A.; Rymsza, Leonard; Baum, Paul (Allied Academies, 2004)
    The primary subject matter of this case concerns business law and statistical analysis. Secondary issues examine contract formation, terms of an agreement, breach of contract, misrepresentation and legal remedies, as well ...
  • Docan, Carol A. (National Association of Women Lawyers, 1984)
    In June 1982 the United States Supreme Court decided that a New York incorporated subsidiary of a Japanese company could not invoke the terms of a 1953 U.S.-Japan Treaty, to defend an action filed against it by female ...
  • Docan, Carol A. (Callaghan Publishing, 1991)
    In a case commonly known as "Johnson Controls, "an employer had established a policy of refusing to employ fertile females in jobs which would expose them to lead. A federal appellate court upheld the company's Fetal ...
  • Docan, Carol A. (Callaghan Publishing, 1990)
    More than 20 million women could be denied high-paying jobs, in hospitals, laboratories, manufacturing plants and offices, whether they planned to get pregnant or not, if those jobs exposed them to chemicals or radiation ...