- List two characteristics each of real, intellectual, and personal property. Do owners of real, intellectual, and
personal property each have the same rights under the law? List how each type of property is treated under the
law. Explain why it is in the best interest of society to treat these types of property the same or differently.
2.Read the article Governance in the Spotlight: What the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Means for YouPreview the
document. In this article the author outlines provisions companies are now required to implement. Consider the
requirements imposed by Sarbanes-Oxley on corporate boards of directors. Do small businesses and privately
held companies have ethical duties? If so, to whom would they owe this duty? Employees? Customers?
Vendors? Should the law impose ethical requirements on small businesses or privately held companies or can
the marketplace police unethical business behavior? Provide support to justify your position.
3.Internet domain names are linked to trademark issues. Technology makes it easy to copy and distribute
music and movies without paying royalties. Business conducted on the internet raise security and privacy
issues. What legal concerns are raised by these issues? Predict which of these issues will be of major concern
in the future in regard to the law and business practices.
4.How do governments attempt to control foreign businesses operating within their borders? When U.S.
companies do business in other countries, what issues do they face? Describe the responsibilities and ethical
concerns that you feel are important for U.S. companies to consider when doing business in other countries
not omnipotent, but if He cannot create the rock, then it also renders him not omnipotent. The entire concept of this characteristic is ironically limited by logical possibility. Persecuted Jews during the time of the Holocaust tried to justify all the horrific crimes committed against them by questioning their God and wondering how could a God they believed to be all-knowing, all good and all-powerful let such a drawn out and painful series of events occur. Many of them reached the conclusion that God is “dead” because He most certainly wouldn’t have let something as unbelievably cruel as the Holocaust happen to His people. They thought that God was distant and limited and was not the type of being who could actually intervene with the free will of humans. He cannot interfere with the history that humans choose to create, otherwise our ability of choice will only have been an illusion. God knew that the Holocaust was an event bound to happen, due to his omniscience, but did not prevent it, abandoning the Jewish community to exist in the world for themselves. In terms of suffering, eliminating omnipotence as a characteristic of God allows to humans, more specifically Jews, to look for answers in a place other that God. Some tried to pass it off as punishments for sins that they have committed or to teach them some kind of lesson, but having them realize that God could not have prevented the Holocaust and possibly did not even create it takes the weight off their shoulders of wondering why such a powerful and loving being would treat them that way, something beyond their comprehension. It enables humans to realize the presence and extremes of the free will they were given, potentially even strengthening their relationship with God once they can familiarize themselves with the idea that God might not be as “all-powerful” as they once believed.>GET ANSWER