Role and Functions of Law Paper

761 Words Jul 9th, 2012 4 Pages
Role and Functions of Law Paper
Creating and running a business is no simple feat. There are so many things that you need to do to get a business up and running. There are many little details that have to be worked out to have an office or store. It can be so difficult to know how to cover all these areas. Once you have a solid business plan and have an idea of how to open an office or store, you have to consider the different laws that are in place. So many people underestimate what it takes to open and run a small business. Not only do they have to know the industry and how to manage a business in a particular economy, but you have to understand the laws that protect you and other companies in your industry and
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So many people check their emails far more than their regular mailbox. The times are changing and it’s important to understand how to evolve, legally, with it. How many times do we see a popup saying “Congratulations! You’ve won a free iPad!” These popups are designed to get you to click on their ad, or you’ll miss out on free merchandise. Usually you’ll be taken to a new page where there is a very long list of fine print. In fact, it’s not even fine print; it’s just a long list of what you have to do to become eligible to get the free iPad. Other times, you click on the ad and there’s no information to be found regarding free merchandise. Since sites are changed so regularly, it’s hard to report them to any authorities, because by the time anyone investigates, either the ad will be gone, or there may eventually be information regarding the free merchandise. Also, considering the site and server maintenance, there may have just been something broken on the site.
In large businesses, the laws are different. Stocks, property, foreign business practices, taxation are all major concerns for any major company. The advantage major companies have, is hiring people who are familiar with these laws and policies. Smaller businesses have to learn what they can, while trying to master their own business practice. It can often result in mistakes in the law and the company ends up paying dearly. It’s

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