Are constitutional protections for criminal matters overly broad or too narrow? How
should we balance the interests of the victim versus the interests of the perpetrator?
I think that the answer to this is different if you're talking about an ind
Module 7 DQ 1
Give an example of one government employee law that you think people may take advantage
of and how people take advantage of it.
Discrimination Sexual Harassment
The law also prohibits sexual harassment. Supervisors and employees are strictly
Business 340 Ethical & Legal Issues
Module 1 DQ 1
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 applie
August 18, 2014
Chapter 5 Problems and Problem Cases: Problem 13
Garelli Wong & Associates, Inc. (GW), a provider of accounting and financial personnel
services, created a database containing confidential client tracking information
Module 8 DQ 1
Sarbanes-Oxley largely came about due to the Enron and WorldCom (among many. Tyco,
Adelphia, etc.) Accounting frauds. Enron is most famous in this category because it's CFO
(Andy Fastow) was ALSO the managing partner of a company that made m
September 1, 2014
The Legal and Ethical Considerations of Marketing in America Paper
A noble marketing manager constantly tries to rule out dissimilarities between ethical and
legal issues and tries to the best of his/her abilities
August 25, 2014
Chapter 15 - Problems and Problem Cases: Problem 10
Gianni Sport was a New York manufacturer and distributor of womens clothing. Gantos was a
clothing retailer headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 1980, Gantos
Module 6 DQ 1
Why has marketing continuously been a focus of concern in regard to both the legal and
ethical representation of companies? Do you think this concern is warranted? Why or why
Businesses and people face some constraints on what can ethic
Module 3 DQ 1
Can an individual enter into a contract without being aware of it and still be bound by its
terms? Why or why not? Cite an example of a voidable and non-voidable contract.
A contract is a signed and/or printed document detailing the terms be
August 13, 2014
Chapter 1 - Online Research: Common Law
Question: Should a certain legal claim be recognized as part of Indiana common law?
GRIBBEN, Patricia, plaintiff, v. WAL-MART STORES, INC., defendant.
Module 4 DQ 1
Do you think supporting non-competition clauses in employment agreements is good public
policy? Why or why not? Provide an example that supports your position.
A non-compete clause not to compete, is a term used in contract law under which o
Module 2 DQ 1
When an employee learns of apparent illegal conduct by his/her employer, does the employee
have an ethical duty to become a whistleblower? Why or why not? How should a company
regulate ethical conduct within the organization?
A persons job,
Module 5 DQ 1
How is ethics and ethical behavior apparent in corporate culture? What is the relationship
between law, values, and ethical behavior? How do these work in unison to ensure business
success? Are there times when law, values, and ethical behav
September 26, 2014
The Legal, Ethical, and Managerial Concerns of Employee Monitoring Paper
Employee monitoring has appeared to be a need and on the other hand has become a one
of the most controversial concerns in regards density a
Does the Statute of Frauds (a legal principle from the 1600s) still make sense in
today's commercial world? Why or why not?
The Statue of Frauds, passed in 1677, absolutely still makes sense in today's
commercial world. Without the use of legitimate agree
Is it necessary to register a trademark? What are the benefits to registering a
trademark? What distinguishes a trademark from another symbol or group of
A trademark sign is quite different from a registered trademark sign and the 2
should not be c
What business concept would be appropriate for a sole proprietorship? A
corporation? A limited liability company?
A sole proprietorship is a very common form of business structure and is usually
made up of one individual or a married couple. This simple b
Ethics in Business Law
February 14, 2016
Ethical Issues in Business Report
Nike is a shoe company that was founded back in the 1960s. They started off by
basically remaking Tiger Shoes and making them better for runners. Nike didnt get its
Can an individual enter into a contract without being aware of it and still be bound
by its terms? Why or why not? Cite an example of a voidable contract.
Seven key characteristics must be present in order to have a valid and enforceable
contract. An offe
When you go to a department store and purchase an item, what have you done
according to contract law? How does this affect the common consumer?
Often times when you go to a store and purchase an item, they have their terms of
sale visible at the counter.
Discuss remedies for breach of contract. What is the proper calculation of damages?
Breach, which is one of five elements of negligence, results when one party to a
contract does not fulfill his obligations under the terms of that contract. Remedies
What is a duty that managers owe to the corporation? Discuss an example of a
positive method that the manager may uphold that duty. Provide an example of an
act or omission that depicts a manager violating the duty.
Duty of care is something that managers
October 2, 2014
Bus-340 Ethics and Laws in Accounting/Finance
The Legal, Ethical, and Technological Concerns Paper
The legal and ethical issues today has come to be more complex and meticulous, but it is
a stagnant practice