Business Law Term Paper Topics

List of 20 Business Law Term Paper Topics

  1. Are authors better protected when their works are created under nom de plumes or legal names?
  2. Do corruption cases involving state officials have a higher chance of ending in dismissal?
  3. Does the separation of church and state allow for ordained ministers to refuse to marry same sex couples in states where such unions are legal and those services incur a fee?
  4. Have laws on the consumption and sale of alcohol been beneficial to the wellbeing of the public?
  5. How can a company produce a product similar to that of a competitor without violating patents or copyrights?
  6. How does the interaction between federal law, state law and business law play out in the running of marijuana based businesses in the United States?
  7. How does the overlap between stakeholders and shareholder play a role in the definition of “insider trading”?
  8. How has the definition of ‘insider trading’ changed over the past few decades?
  9. In what ways does the wording of most legal texts show a bias against some segments of society?
  10. Is copyright law more on the side of the independent artist or the singer represented by a recording company?
  11. Is the right of an establishment to refuse patrons based on dress code enshrined in law?
  12. Leaders who lead: how good leadership encourages employees to follow suit
  13. Liability: how can a sole trader be more protected than the owner of a company with limited liability?
  14. Non-Disclosure Agreements: Contracts that can save companies from the wrath of jilted former staff members
  15. Powers: Clearly defining the lines of authority before the start of any negotiation
  16. Should some corporate crimes be made punishable by the death penalty?
  17. State intervention: How does business law differ in capitalist and communist states?
  18. Trade Secrets: To what extent can a company prevent its workers from joining or starting rival firms?
  19. Under what circumstances can an actor gain possession of the rights to a character he or she created while under contract with a studio?
  20. Whistle blowing culture: Creating an atmosphere where the rule of law rules the company