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MGMT 3203 Business Law

Welcome to the Business Law research guide.

Part 1: Topic selection

• Torts: Topics - Defamation,Tortious Interference, Negligence, Strict Liability, Product liability
• Cyberlaw: Topics - Consumer Protection, Regulation of Online Privacy, Privacy Torts
• Administrative Law: Topics - Environmental Protection Agency; Federal Communications Commission, OSHA
• International Law: Legal Systems in the world; Sources of Law; United Nations
• Business Crimes:Topics - bank fraud, bribery, blackmail, counterfeiting, embezzlement, forgery, insider trading, tax evasion.

Part 2: Individual Paper

The paper on the selected topic is based on good quality research, integrating relevant cases and current events where applicable. It must be between 7 to 8 pages (not including cover and reference pages); APA formatted and incorporates at least 8 scholarly and credible references (all these sources must actually be used in the paper and appropriately cited). Library research is required.
This is the format:
• Introduction and Overview
• Topic: Why is topic important and how it is relevant applicable law, current research, how businesses are affected
• Supporting cases, current events: summarized and analyzed
• Impact on Business
• Ethical and Biblical principles applicable to the area
• Implications and Recommendations
• Conclusion/s
An outline and draft must be submitted at the date specified in Canvas part way through the semester for feedback.