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The Legal Environment of Business – GB 202 Professor Susan Park
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Introduction Prof. Park’s background Class requirements Blackboard Grading Homework / assignments
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Purposes of this course Why Study Legal Issues? Recognize legal issues in business Make better business decisions Avoid legal problems, reduce lawsuits Practical advice for everyday situations Be an informed participant in legal decisions
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Features of the textbook Designed to be practical and “readable” Definitions of new words in margins Practical Exercises Relevant cases in each chapter Questions at end of each chapter Glossary in back of book
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Classifications of Law
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Unformatted text preview: Civil and Criminal Key differences Substantive and Procedural Actions at law and in equity Sources of Law United States Constitution Statutory Law and Interpretation Administrative Rules and Regulations Common Law Decisions by courts which establish law Stare decisis / precedent How to Read and Understand Legal Cases What is a Brief of a case? IRAC Issue Might begin in a brief with statement of the facts. Rule Analysis / Application Conclusion Understanding the case citation Questions?...
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