Contents: Foreward. Preface. 1. Why managers need to know about law?. 2. Doctrines and constitutional provisions. 3. Rules of natural justice. 4. Frame work of judicial system. 5. Business and Management laws. 6. Judicial processes. 7. Alternative disputes redressal. 8. Human rights and National Human Rights Commission. 9. The law lexicon. 10. Illustrations. 11. Further study. Information technology act, 2000. Index.
"There exists a need for corporate students and managers to be aware of the basic provisions concerning law. Not all the managers have the background in political science and law. It is therefore necessary for them to be familiarized with essential outlines of legal procedures and judicial framework to enable them to discharge their tasks efficiently.
"Even with top rate lawyers of proven competence and impeccable integrity hired to protect the business interests, it would be desirable for the executives to be deeply integrated and involved in identifying problem to decide the optimum strategy to find the best workable plan to achieve their object.
"This book meets that requirement and would enable the management executives to face and tackle multi-faceted situations having legal bearing so as to safeguard interests of their respective organizations effectively." (jacket)