This new Interactive Casebook brings corporate law to life for students by focusing on the role of corporations in contemporary society. The book features important and modern policy discussions and includes chapters on corporate social responsibility, externalities, and criminality. At the same time, the authors have made it easy for professors to teach from this book. It covers all of the major relevant cases, includes statutory materials in the text, and synthesizes useful note cases as illustrative examples. The book also covers basic financial concepts, including accounting, options, and executive compensation.