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US constitution and business Us constitution – supreme law of the land Separation of powers, gives distinct powers to congress, president, and courts Executive power – power to enforce law passed by congress Checks and balances – Federalism – federal law trump state law Judicial review – can review all laws passed previously by congress and president Regulatory power – state and federal regulation Congress has power to, con borrow money, regulate commerce, copyright and patents, lay and collect tax Commerce power – regulate interstate commerce, spending power and taxing power fiscal power Business and 1 st amendment – freedom of speech, commercial speech, protects literary artistic, Commercial speech, protected to lesser degree, not protected if misleading or to promote illegal activity
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Unformatted text preview: Eminent domain – government pays for your property for public purpose with pay Administrative law – delegate power to people that knew 4 th branch of government Enabling statue, must follow constitution, follow administrative procedure at APA, subject to judicial review, separation of power Executive agencies, independent agencies (executive and legislative branches) Powers- investigate, make rules (same effect as law), adjudicate FOIA freedom of information act – allows private citizen to access government documents, limits – national security, internal personnel practices, exempted by statute, trade secrets, interagency memos not subject to discovery, and others Government in sunshine act – meetings of agencies open to public observation...
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course BUS LAW 18 taught by Professor Gough during the Fall '10 term at DeAnza College.

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