[NOTE THAT A NEW EDITION IS AVAILABLE.]This innovative digital textbook is ideal for a course in Business Associations, or one more focused on Corporations or Unincorporated Business Entities, whether at the law school, graduate, or undergraduate level. It provides a wealth of materials that address significant matters of business law. Mindful of students’ time, as well as the limited number of hours in the classroom, the principal cases have been edited down to ten “pages” or less. The principal cases include hyperlinks to the full-text source material to satisfy (1) the curious student, or (2) the professor who desires to emphasize an aspect of the case lost to the editing process. Statutory provisions are included throughout the digital textbook, and links are provided to enable students to explore codes more deeply. Featured are the codes of California, Delaware, New York, Oklahoma, and Texas, as well as certain federal statutes, such as the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Included as appendices, with individual sections scattered throughout the digital textbook, are the Model Business Corporation Act and the Restatement (Third) of Agency. Excerpted secondary materials, such as law review articles and news articles, commonly include links to the full-text source. To enhance the educational process, additional materials are included:* Videos, including Michael Douglas’ “Greed is Good” speech from WALL STREET, Robert DeNiro’s “Oversight” speech from CASINO, and Will Ferrell succumbing to puffery in ELF;* Photos, including Supreme Court Justices, business leaders, and stock certificates; and* Diagrams: Occasionally, the transactions about which the parties are litigating prove more confusing than the basic legal points addressed in those cases. For many cases, the author diagrammed the transactions underlying the legal disputes. The diagrams facilitate comprehension and enable students to focus on the law. Some have criticized legal education for being overly theoretical. To provide a practical component, this digital textbook includes:* Contracts, including Michael Ovtiz’s employment contract, which was featured in the Disney litigation, and * Organizational documents, including Facebook’s Certificate of Incorporation, and KKR’s Limited Partnership Agreement.This digital textbook is optimized for use on the iPad or other multimedia devices running the Kindle application. Though the author has provided links to sources that are expected to be stable over time (including Perma.CC), some links undoubtedly will rot. In achieving certain goals, e.g., improved functionality over a traditionally-published book, while reducing students’ costs, certain risks, e.g., temporary link rot, must be tolerated. If you are a professor and would like to obtain a preview copy, or would like to suggest cases or other content for inclusion, please contact the author through his law school website.