MGMT 211 test 1

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11/5/09 CHP 1
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11/5/09 2 Roles of law Dispute resolution regulatory
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11/5/09 Law: Law is the collection of rules and regulations that determines how the government will treat its citizens and how the citizens will treat the governments as well as other citizens AND the enforcement thereof.
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11/5/09 Sources of Law Constitutional Statutory Executive Judiciary Administrative Agencies
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11/5/09 Stare Decisis Follow previously decided cases unless there is a good, legal reason to change
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11/5/09 Marbury v. Madison Supreme court assumed the power of judicial review
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11/5/09 Substantive Law Defines rights and duties Meat of the law
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11/5/09 Procedural Law Defines the procedural means to enforce rights established by substantive law “how to” of the law
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11/5/09 CHP 2
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11/5/09 Articles of Confederation State dominated Trade barrier developed between states National government had no power to tax
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11/5/09 Ratification of Constitution ¾ of states Federalists: James Madison, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton Anti-Federalists: Large states Thomas Jefferson
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11/5/09 Commerce Clause Most important business clause
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11/5/09 Gibbons v. Ogden Business must “concern more than one State” Interstate commercec
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11/5/09 NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp Gave Congress the right to determine if “serious effect” on commerce and if it is substancial
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11/5/09 Wickard v. Filburn The cumulative effect of action by people could effect interstate commerce and thus can be regulated, even trivial acts
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11/5/09 Necessary and Proper Clause Enhances enumerated powers, does not add enumerated powers
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11/5/09 3 events to shape state versus federal government McCulloch v. Maryland Civil War Civil Rights Movement
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