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4-6 bus law

chapter 4-6 business law

mediation A third person assists the parties to a controversy when they seek a compromise
Award judicially enforced by the judge.
common law arbitration A process of give and take
police power Government powers, including the areas of public safety, health, welfare, and morals which are traditionally domain that are regulated by state government
check/balance among the legislate , executive, and judicial branches
commerce clause cant discriminate by color , sex, gender
political speech includes speech associated with matter of public interest
commercial speech primarily speech that mislead , receive no protection from the first amendment.
Due process clause goverment have to follow regulation by the goverment law.
equal protection everybody treated the same way
privacy right your right to privacy..
Created by: stcalhoun2163