Chapter 8 & 9 Questions and Case Brief
Tameka Harrison Walker
1. Contract Law in Private Enterprise
a. The impersonal business dealings necessary to a complex private market economy are
difficult to imagine without the assurance that mutual
Chapter One Questions and Case Brief
1. Why Nations are economically Weak or Strong
a. Identify several reasons put forth to explain why nations are prosperous or poor.
A nations climate can be one of the reasons as to
Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission 558 U.S. 50 (2010)
The government may regulate corporate political speech through disclaimers and disclosures. It cant
suppress that type of speech altogether.
The issue is can the government
Questions 6 to 12
6) Jane Thomas won the case for several reasons with the ECOA. First reason
is the assumption that she was married, second is the clause that states that a
married woman cannot be denied the right to op
Questions 1 5 on page 60.
1) The reason for rising concern over business ethics is because of the ethical
problem that arises from economic interdependence and the modern corporation.
The problem is that the leaders of corporations
Medlin v. Weaver Cooke Constr., LLC, 367 NC 414 (411A13)
Claude Medlin, the plaintiff, had been an employee with Weaver Cooke Constructions from
April 2006 to November 2008. During his employment, he worked for
Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes, case 564 United States, 2011
Betty Dukes was the lead plaintiff in this case, but she was also representing 1.5 million
women who currently work or previously worked for Walmart stores. Dukes and the other
Chapter Three/Four Questions & Case Brief
Tameka Harrison- Walker
1. Judges and Justices
a. What are the essential responsibilities of a trial judge?
Determine the appropriate rules of law to be used to decide a case.