2nd Edition

Michigan Business Torts: 2nd Edition (ICLE, 2003)

January 2004
Michigan Business Torts (2nd ed.) is a fully updated and expanded edition of what has been the seminal treatise on business torts under Michigan law for more than a decade. The first edition sits on the shelf of nearly every judge in the State. Edward H. Pappas, Thomas G. McNeill, and Daniel D. Quick have updated the new edition with respect to all of the traditional torts—such as non-competes, trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, and tortious interference—while crafting the only authoritative work on Michigan “blue sky” securities litigation, all aspects of internet and computer technology claims, and shareholder and partner litigation. This book covers the hottest issues facing Michigan’s bench and bar, including: • Tortious Interference • Covenants Not to Compete • Misappropriation of Trade Secrets • Unfair Competition • Fraud and Misrepresentation • Business Defamation & Product Disparagement • Breach of Fiduciary Duty • Securities Claims under Michigan Law • Civil Conspiracy • Business Tort Claims Arising from Contract • Claims Concerning Computer Technology and the Internet • Remedies in Business Torts Cases • Preventive Counseling For more information on the book and its authors, please see the book brochure at the link below. To purchase, visit the ICLE website.