Proceedings

A monthly newsletter from McGraw-Hill Education. A newsletter designed specifically with you, the Business Law educator, in mind. Proceedings incorporates “hot topics” in business law, video suggestions, an ethical dilemma, teaching tips, and a “chapter key” cross-referencing newsletter topics with the various McGraw-Hill business law textbooks.

September 2019 Volume 11, Issue 2

Hot Topics in Business Law

According to the article, a Florida jury deliberated for just six hours before finding a man guilty of manslaughter in the 2018 killing of an unarmed father he shot in front of his family in a dispute over a handicap parking space. Michael Drejka had argued he acted...

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Video Suggestions

https://www.aol.com/article/finance/2019/08/21/walmart-sues-tesla-for-negligence-after-repeated-solar-system-fires/23798560/ Note: In addition to the video, please also see the following article included at the above-referenced internet address: “Walmart Sues Tesla...

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Ethical Dilemma

“Beginning Today, You Won’t Be Able to Buy Plastic Bottles of Water at San Francisco International Airport” https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/sf-airport-water-bottle-ban-trnd/index.html According to the article, air travelers to and from the City by the Bay will now...

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Teaching Tips

Teaching Tip 1 (Related to Article 1— “Michael Drejka, Who Invoked ‘Stand Your Ground’ Defense in Shooting of Unarmed Man, Guilty of Manslaughter”): “What Does Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Say You Can Do?” For a video and an article thoroughly addressing...

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Chapter Key

See our “chapter key” that cross-references this month's newsletter topics with the various McGraw-Hill Education business law products available to you and your students. For more information on any McGraw-Hill products please contact your McGraw-Hill Representative....

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