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 You are a successful small business owner and have been asked by the local chapter of the Junior Entrepreneurs Association, a club for high school students interested in business careers, to make a presentation. The title of the presentation is “The U.S. Legal System and Business.” You have been provided with a detailed topic outline for your presentation and have been asked to touch on every topic it contains. You have also been asked to develop your presentation in the context of business and business law. 

11/4/21, 1:54 PM Project One Guidelines and Rubric – BUS-206-T2190 Business Law I 21EW2

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Competency

In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competency:

Describe the founda�onal elements of the U.S. legal system and the rela�onships among them

Scenario

You are a successful small business owner and have been asked by the local chapter of the Junior Entrepreneurs Associa�on, a club for high school students interested in business

careers, to make a presenta�on. The �tle of the presenta�on is “The U.S. Legal System and Business.” You have been provided with a detailed topic outline for your presenta�on and

have been asked to touch on every topic it contains. You have also been asked to develop your presenta�on in the context of business and business law.

Direc�ons

The resources provided in the course will support your work; no addi�onal research is required. Create a PowerPoint presenta�on that specifically covers the detailed topic outline as

follows:

1. Introduc�on: Provide an introduc�on to the law and its purposes, including why there is a need for business law.

2. Founda�on: Briefly explain the founda�on of the legal system in the United States, including the branches of the U.S. government and their rela�onship to each other.

3. Sources

A. Describe three of the primary sources of U.S. law and provide one example of each primary source of law that is related to the business environment.

B. Name and briefly summarize the clause of the U.S. Cons�tu�on that grants the government the power to regulate business. Provide an example of government

regula�on of business.

4. Courts: Differen�ate between federal and state courts, including an example of the type of business case that could be heard in each court.

5. Differences: Explain the difference between criminal law, civil law, and alterna�ve dispute resolu�on.

6. Conclusions: Describe why every business owner and leader must have a basic understanding of the U.S. legal system.

What to Submit

To complete this project, you must submit a PowerPoint presenta�on that includes:

At least 8 and no more than 16 slides that contain images and/or text.

Each slide should be accompanied by at least 1 and no more than 4 paragraphs of notes (presenta�on talking points) or recorded narra�on that is 1 to 3 minutes in

length.

An APA forma�ed References slide.

Sources should be cited according to APA style.

Suppor�ng Materials

The following resource supports your work on the project:

Tutorials: PowerPoint Office 365 (2019)

These tutorials provide a basic introduc�on to using PowerPoint, which you may find helpful if you are unfamiliar with the so�ware applica�on.

Project One Rubric

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Criteria Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) ValueCriteria Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Introduc�on Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Accurately explains the

purpose and need for business

law

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

greater insight about the

rela�onship between law and

business

Does not a�empt criterion 15

Founda�on Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Accurately describes the

branches of U.S. government

and their rela�onship to one

another

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

accuracy in content

Does not a�empt criterion 15

Sources Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Accurately iden�fies the three

primary sources of U.S. law,

the cons�tu�onal clause that

allows government to regulate

business, and business-related

examples

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

accuracy in content, scope of

content, or be�er examples or

applica�on of concepts

Does not a�empt criterion 15

Courts Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Clearly differen�ates federal

and state courts and includes

examples of types of cases

heard in each court

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

accuracy in content, level of

informa�on appropriate for

the audience, or greater

insight about how this topic

pertains to business

Does not a�empt criterion 15

11/4/21, 1:54 PM Project One Guidelines and Rubric – BUS-206-T2190 Business Law I 21EW2

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Criteria Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

Differences Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Clearly explains the difference

between criminal law, civil

law, and alterna�ve dispute

resolu�on

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

accuracy in content, level of

informa�on appropriate for

the audience, or greater

insight about how this topic

pertains to business

Does not a�empt criterion 15

Conclusion Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Accurately explains why

business owners and leaders

must understand the U.S. legal

system

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors or

omissions; areas for

improvement may include

greater insight about the need

for business owners and

leaders to understand the U.S.

legal system

Does not a�empt criterion 15

Ar�cula�on of Response Exceeds proficiency in an

excep�onally clear, insigh�ul,

sophis�cated, or crea�ve

manner

Clearly conveys meaning with

correct grammar, sentence

structure, and spelling, and

demonstra�ng an

understanding of audience

and purpose

Shows progress toward

proficiency, but with errors in

grammar, sentence structure,

and spelling, nega�vely

impac�ng readability

Submission has cri�cal errors

in grammar, sentence

structure, and spelling,

preven�ng understanding of

ideas

5

Cita�ons and A�ribu�ons Uses cita�ons for ideas

requiring a�ribu�on, with few

or no minor errors

Uses cita�ons for ideas

requiring a�ribu�on, with

consistent minor errors

Uses cita�ons for ideas

requiring a�ribu�on, with

major errors

Does not use cita�ons for

ideas requiring a�ribu�on

5

Total: 100%

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