LAW 531 Week 1 - DQ - 7787

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What is one way the U.S. legal system impacts U.S. businesses? How do specific aspects of the U.S. legal system contribute to furthering commerce? What would happen if that characteristic were not present in the legal system? Avoid discussing topics already considered by other students.

 

The US legal system impact business in many ways. One of the most import aspects I believe are trading laws. According to the trading laws it is legal to transport to the majority of articles through ports, air, etc. without the honoraries or fees. This will mainly depend by each state. Another aspect that is being affected is contributions that have to be made to the government/state, etc. The legislative system affects the businesses in many ways, they have to pay contributions, insurance, fees, social security for its employees, taxes, etc. I think an aspect that contributes to further commerce in business is by letting companies provide services overseas, by approving trade laws, by supporting diversity and advertising campaigns that will benefit consumers, etc.

 

Reflect on the traditional litigation system (such as suit, answer, discovery, trial, or jury). What are the risks that businesses and other organizations encounter when dealing with traditional litigation, and what measures can business managers take to reduce exposure to those risks?

 

The directors of the company must take legal advice in each stage where their analysis demonstrates the exhibition to the risk. Thus, all the strategic and operational planning must consider the potential of the responsibility of the contract and the offense, recommending the change to the systems to reduce the risks of negotiating the contracts that contain adverse terms, in any existing agreement. The lawsuit must include the effective commission the negative effect and so on. The litigation system tends to be expensive because of the time spent and ways to solve conflicts. In order to make sure that the implied transactions and/or documents are clear and comprehensible good point to begin with. The clearer the document less probable that there will be a conflict. If a conflict arises one must try to solve the issue without bringing the litigators, or prior to. Like the same litigator, encounter that is often easier to solve a conflict without the implied lawyers. It can also be beneficial to include a warning of the pre-lawsuit and the provisions of the mediation of the contract, because having to give certain attack to solve a conflict before the principle of the lawsuit. Then the company must contract a good lawyer with experience in the area. You also need to be certain this lawyer has all the facts, as soon as those that you think that are not important. One needs to have realistic expectations.

 

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What is one way the U.S. legal system impacts U.S. businesses? How do specific aspects of the U.S. legal system contribute to furthering commerce? What would happen if that characteristic were not present in the legal system? Avoid discussing topics already considered by other students.

 

The US legal system impact business i