Role of United States Constitution
Within this paper I will discuss the role of the United States Constitution and the U.S. legal system in business regulation. I will also discuss a recent article and how a Constitutional power affects a business and how the legal system is used in recognizing that power.
The first thing I want to do is show two different definitions of Law, the first one is from Black’s Law Dictionary, and the second one is from the Webster’s dictionary;
1. Law, in its generic sense, is a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority, and having binding legal force. That which must be obeyed and followed by citizens subject to sanctions or legal consequences is a law.3 (Cheeseman, 2007, p. 3)
2. A rule of conduct or procedure established by custom, agreement, or authority. (“Definition of Law“, n.d.)
Even though these definitions are taken from two different references, they typically mean the same thing with the difference being one definition is wordier than the other.
The United States Constitution and the U.S. legal system can be considered the same definition as Law. The Constitution and legal system play a powerful role in business regulations, both influence businesses administration and operations. The fundamentals of these laws supply rewarding operations of a business and society. They also supply standards and expectations along with guidelines for business conduct inclusive of an aid to settling disputes among corporations. Additionally it amplifies free competitiveness and individual freedom. This can be explained with the law of Immigration, inside the United States, an individual is subject to penalties if they violate the Law. Businesses that allow employees to break laws subject themselves to having imposed fines and possibly closure of their business. An example of this would be the Immigration law and the requirement that a business should ensure all employees has a legal work status....