Covers tax, accounting, environmental, products liability, pension, antitrust, national security, bankruptcy, and labor law. Builds on the basic four-credit corporations class, a modern corporate planning course. Integrates traditionally distinct classroom subjects in the context of discrete transactions. The materials are easy to edit. Each topical unit contains statutes, regulations, and case law that affect the structure and timing of acquisitions and reorganizations. Includes questions and problems to aid students in walking through the law's basic distinctions. Textual notes and edited articles identify and question the empirical and political assumptions implicit in the standards.