Constitutional and Legal Underpinnings of Business Law

 

Review the Constitution in Appendix A and  choose one of the following sections of the U.S. Constitution or a specified amendment to use as the basis for your initial response:

  • Any of Congress’s enumerated powers under Article I, Section 8
  • 1st Amendment
  • 4th Amendment
  • 5th Amendment
  • 14th Amendment

Identify the section of the Constitution or its amendment that you have chosen. Discuss how this section of the Constitution or its amendments both limit and protect business in general. Describe an example of how the section of the Constitution or its amendment that you have chosen could be applied to your professional life (past, present, or future). In your example, discuss whether the section of the Constitution you have chosen to address limits business or protects it.

Guided Response: Respond to at least two of your fellow students’ posts in a substantive manner. Some ways to do this include the following, though you may choose a different approach, providing your response is substantive:

Review the initial posts made by your peers, and note whether the responses relied upon a different section of the Constitution or amendment than your response.

If your peer chose to focus on a different section of the Constitution or amendment than you did, discuss how that section of the Constitution relates to any example of a business situation from your professional life (past, present, or future).

If your peer chose to focus on the same section of the Constitution or amendment that you did, then compare and contrast the different applications of that section of the amendment to your respective examples from your own professional lives.

Suggest analytical differences that could lead to different outcomes. Point out ways in which the Constitution or its amendments might limit or protect business that your peer did not already identify.

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