Functions of Law
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BUSA 2106 SPRING 2016 Functions of Law Functions of Law Keeping the peace Shaping moral standards Promoting social justice Maintaining status quo Facilitating orderly change Facilitating planning Providing a basis for compromise Classification of Law Substantive Ex. Whether or not an employer has the right to fire an employee Procedural Ex. Which court is used for which types of cases? (i.e. Municipal, Appellate, Appeal, District) Federal and State Civil (damage to and individual) and Criminal (damage to State, or society) Law and Equity National and International Common (established by English Common Law) and Statutory (enacted by legislatures) Fairness of the Law: factors that cause contradictory and inconsistent results. Does the law provide a fair way to deal with business issues? Ethics: the difference between right and wrong. Should ethics be a standard in business issues? Where do we find the rules of ethics? The 5 Theories of Business Ethical Fundamentalism: There are outside sources for the rules. (Ex. Bible, Quran, etc.) Advantage The rule can be found via its source. Utilitarianism: Choose the course of conduct that is in the best interest of society. Utilitarianism and Katian Ethics Katian Ethics: “Do unto others as they do unto you.” are concepts that overlap. Rawls’ Social Justice: If it’s fair, it’s ethical. Ethical Relativism: “Just feels right.” What is done feels right “in your gut.”
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