DQ 1 - DQ 1: Due by Thursday

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DQ 1: Due by Thursday How are the Federal District Courts, the Federal Courts of Appeal, and the U.S. Supreme Court different? How  are they similar? What role do the various courts play in making or interpreting law that applies to businesses,  employees of those firms, and for resolving or preventing conflict? The judicial system in the United States is unique insofar as it is actually made up of two different court systems: the federal court system and the state court systems. While each court system is responsible for hearing certain types of cases, neither is completely independent of the other, and the systems often interact. Furthermore, solving legal disputes and vindicating legal rights are key goals of both court systems. This lesson is designed to examine the differences, similarities, and interactions between the federal and state court systems to make the public aware of how each system goes about achieving these goals. U.S. District Courts
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course MNG 500 taught by Professor Linkiden during the Spring '11 term at UMass (Amherst).

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DQ 1 - DQ 1: Due by Thursday

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