Business regulation

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  • Alumina: Business Regulation Simulation Essay

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    Alumina: Business Regulation Simulation Abstract This paper identifies the key facts, regulations and legal issues in the Business Regulation Simulation regarding Alumina, a global multibillion company. It identifies several of Alumina's values and stakeholders and discusses the conflicts among the competing stakeholders according to the simulation. In addition, a summarization on the basic issues on how the internal counsel handles the regulatory issue. Three alternative solutions

  • Essay about Business Regulation Simulation

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    Introduction There is a complex legal issue that has the attention of senior management at the Alumina Company. How that issue is handled will affect the way the company does business and its standing in the community. The purpose of the next few paragraphs will be to describe the company and its stakeholders, determine the values of the company, set the current situation, analyze the risk factors in possible solutions and present a best solution for Alumina to follow. The company/stakeholders/values

  • Government, Regulation & Business Ethics

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    Government, Regulation & Business Ethics The issue of business relations with government has increasingly become a key issue of business ethics. Some of the many questions raised are * Is it acceptable for corporations to use their considerable power tp shape government policy? * Is the government jeopardizing its role in protecting the public interest when politicians sit on the board of corporations? The government has a crucial role to play in establishing the ‘rules of the game’ by

  • Business Safety Regulations M1

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    Are the standard health and safety regulations for a business effective enough? The current health and safety regulations for a business are based on “the British health and safety law which is the Act of 1974 (HASAWA 1974). This act is there so that employers know what duties they have towards their employees and the general public. The duties that the employers have are qualified by the health and safety Act. The law of health and safety requires that the employer has a good management system

  • Regulations And Or Laws A Business Must Follow

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    Miranda Carpenter 17 February 2015 Mrs. Nagle Report #1 In today’s society there are many regulations and or laws a business must follow. Every day there are businesses that “cut corners” but there are also some businesses that are charged by the law, due to illegal practices. Two businesses/companies that have been charged with unethical and illegal practices within the past two years are ExxonMobil which is the world’s largest energy company and FedEx which is one of the world’s top carriers (Diaz-Shephard

  • Assignment 2-1: Government Regulation Of Business

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    how they achieve their interests, but there are situations where private businesses benefit from some types of regulations. One of the purposes of government includes the promotion of business to grow and expand, so that its outputs and outcomes benefit all of society. This is done via a trickle down affect that includes changes to employment opportunities, community incomes, business sales and services and state revenues. Government is also mandated, through another purpose, to protect the health

  • Business Entities, Laws, and Regulations Paper

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    Running Head: Business Entities, Laws, and Regulations Paper Business Entities, Laws, and Regulations Paper Abstract The following paper includes the consideration of control, taxation, and liability issues for two hypothetical businesses as well as legal, regulatory, and risk issues each of the two businesses may face. Also included in this paper is a hypothetical hiring manager scenario in which the hiring manager must choose from numerous applicants who possess various levels of qualification

  • Business Regulation Law 531

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    Business Regulations Simulation Law/531 Business Regulation Simulation When conducting business whether it is local and global, big or small organizations have to abide by state and federal laws. Depending on the nature of the business different organization has to comply with certain laws and regulations. For example, retailers like Wal-Mart, Target and Kroger have to comply with the Department of Labor and a manufacturing company like LM Fiberglass and Toyota would

  • A Philosophical Perspective on the Regulation of Business

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    A Philosophical Perspective on the Regulation of Business ABSTRACT: The paper compares the Anglo-American and continental legal systems in parallel with a comparison of the philosophical foundations for each. The defining philosophical distinction between the two legal traditions (viz., the Anglo-American system is predicated on idealism and the continental system on materialism) is shown to influence the way in which criminal justice is handled by the two systems as applied to citizens, and how

  • Due Diligence in Business Regulation

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    Due Diligence in Business Regulation Introduction Due diligence is an important concept in the realm of business regulation. The law seeks to govern various aspects of business activity including product quality and safety, quality of business information and employee safety. In many of such instances, due diligence may be the single-most important as well as the most challenging defence available to employers against any litigation brought against them by an employee or any other party. This paper