Essay about Business Ethics

1597 Words Sep 21st, 2013 7 Pages
31: Constitutional, Contract, Criminal, Evidence, Property and Tort Law

32: List and explain Nash’s, Drucker’s, Buffet’s, Blanchard's and Peale’s comprehensive approach for resolving ethical dilemma
Drucker: “Above all do no harm.” Intentionally making decisions that will not do harm will encourage ethical decision-making.
Buffet: front-page-of-the-paper test, it supports critical thinking to envision how the decision may look on the front page of a paper before making the final decision. Blanchard and Peale: three- question test: “Is it legal?” “Is it balanced?” and “How does it make me feel?”
Nash: a comprehensive model allows for the incorporation of perspective, alternative views and historical consideration in the decision
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When analyzing criminal law problems, students must always look for these two major elements: Guilty Mind and Guilty Act (mens rea) and (actus rea)

44: There are two areas of constitutional law students must know well in order to be successful on a constitutional law test. What are those two areas? First Amendment and the individual rights rules

45: What are the areas under individual rights that are most heavily tested?
1. Due process
2. Equal protection
3. The privileges and immunities clause of Article IV
4. The First Amendment. We can divide the First Amendment into two subcategories: (a) Free Speech and (b) Freedom of Religion

46: The law of evidence is ___________. Explain fully.
- A system of rules and standards by which the admission of proof at the trial of a lawsuit is regulated. The material facts in the controversy are determined by proof that is filtered through the applicable rules of evidence. This proof includes testimony, writings, physical objects, and anything else presented to the senses of the jury.

47: What are the four areas of evidence law that must receive special attention and that one must fully understand?
■ Privileges: attorney-client privileges, physician-patient privileges, and spousal privileges
■ Hearsay, non-hearsay, and hearsay exceptions are very important
■ Impeachment
■ Character evidence in both civil and criminal case

48: What is the trickiest area for most

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