1. Law, Ethics, Business: An Introduction. 2. The Duty of Loyalty: Whistleblowing. 3. Privacy and Technology. 4. Valuing Diversity. 5. Worker's Rights as Human Rights: Health and Safety in the Workplace. 6. Sustainable Economies. 7. Marketing and Technology: Choice and Manipulation. 8. Risk Allocation: Product Liability. 9. Ownership and Creativity: Intellectual Property. Appendices.
Elaine Ingulli is Professor of Business Law at Richard A. Stockton College of New Jersey and a member of the Pennsylvania and New York Bars. Professor Ingulli teaches courses in business law, the legal environment, and international business law, as well as in sex discrimination and women's studies. She is the author of numerous journal articles and a cofounder of the Feminist Legal Studies Section of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Professor Ingulli is active in women's and environmental issues. She earned her JD from Hofstra University. Terry Halbert is Professor of Legal Studies at Temple University's Fox School of Business & Management. Her research and teaching is interdisciplinary, focusing on business ethics and public policy concerns. Professor Halbert has developed industry-specific courses on the tobacco industry and on gambling in which students take up each issue from several perspectives: history, sociology, law, ethics, economics, race/class/gender, literature, and film. She has served as a staff editor for the AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL since 1995 and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar. In 1999, she received Temple's Great Teacher award. A believer in experiential learning, Professor Halbert teaches an Executive MBA course in which managers discuss and analyze the ethical dilemmas they face at work. She earned her JD from Rutgers University, Camden.