# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Business Law FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas Correlation by Task

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FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Examine the constitutional basis for federal law and the establishment of Virginia's laws. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
40 Explain the need for laws. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
41 Differentiate between criminal and civil law. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
42 Describe the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the legal system. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
43 Compare federal, state, and local court systems. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
44 Compare the main sources of law. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
45 Differentiate between ethical and legal behavior. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
46 Describe the legal rights and responsibilities of citizens and non-citizens. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
47 Compare the legal rights and responsibilities of minors and adults. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
48 Identify local, state, and federal laws. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
49 Explain the six essential elements of a contract. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
50 Analyze the need for a contract. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
51 Compare nature and classes of contracts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
52 Describe the categories of persons who have rights and/or duties under a contract for the benefit of a third party. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics
53 Examine the effects of a contract on a minor. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
54 Explain the effects of a breach of contract. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
55 Describe the purpose of the Statute of Frauds. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
56 Explain how the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) applies to the sale of goods and interstate commerce. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Economics
57 Examine the interaction between the parties in e-contracts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
58 Compare federal agencies that provide consumer protection information. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Economics ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Marketing
59 Identify federal and state laws that afford consumer protection. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Economics ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Marketing
60 Identify the reasons bankruptcy laws were enacted. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Economics ♦ Entrepreneurship
61 Evaluate the effect of relevant laws on insurance requirements for a business entity. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Introduction to Business ♦ Securities and Investments
62 Identify commercial papers. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Introduction to Business
63 Describe characteristics of a bailment and the responsibilities of involved parties. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
64 Distinguish between real and personal property. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
65 Describe ways in which real estate can be acquired for business use. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
66 Evaluate mortgage types and interest rates. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
67 Describe the legal aspects of a real estate transaction. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
68 Distinguish between the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Entrepreneurship
69 Identify the purpose of copyright and patent laws (e.g., tangible and intangible property). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Emerging Business Issues
70 Define criminal law. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
71 Explain penalties associated with crimes. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
72 Differentiate between civil and criminal trial procedures. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
73 Compare the effects of juvenile and adult justice systems on businesses. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
74 Distinguish between an infraction, a misdemeanor, and a felony. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
75 Identify crimes often associated with businesses and organizations. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Accounting I ♦ Accounting II ♦ Banking and Financial Systems ♦ Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Entrepreneurship
76 Define tort law. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
77 Identify common torts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
78 Explain penalties associated with torts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
79 Identify improper use of business technology and property. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security ♦ Networking Concepts
80 Explain components of estate planning. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
81 Identify laws regulating marriage. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Law
82 Identify laws regulating separation and divorce. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Law
83 Interpret laws that sever the parent-child legal relationship. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
84 Identify situations where legal assistance is advisable. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law
85 Locate professional sources for legal advice. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Law
86 Compare the American legal system with legal systems in other countries. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Global Business
87 Describe the effect of international laws on the economy of the United States. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Global Business
88 Describe American citizens' rights and responsibilities when conducting business, traveling, or living abroad. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Global Business
89 Examine the effect of international regulations on the environment. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Global Business
90 Describe rights and responsibilities of employees and employers. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview ♦ Management Decision Making
91 Identify federal, state, and local laws and agencies dealing with employment. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Law ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Management Decision Making
92 Examine the ethical basis for laws governing the workplace. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Job Interview ♦ Management Decision Making
93 Analyze the procedure for filing a grievance. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Job Interview ♦ Management Decision Making
94 Identify legal grounds for employee termination. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Job Interview ♦ Management Decision Making
95 Examine the legal and historical significance of unions and collective bargaining. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Entrepreneurship ♦ Job Interview ♦ Management Decision Making
96 Summarize the legal requirements and the advantages and disadvantages of a sole proprietorship. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
97 Summarize the legal requirements and the advantages and disadvantages of a partnership. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
98 Summarize the legal requirements and the advantages and disadvantages of a corporation. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
99 Examine laws that affect forming and operating your own business. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Business
100 Explain cyber law and types of cyber crimes. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security
101 Compare cyber crimes and cyber torts. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security
102 Describe intellectual property rights and copyright laws related to digital uses. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security ♦ Introduction to Business
103 Describe laws related to e-commerce. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ E-Business
104 Examine how the use or purchase of technology affects a contract. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Information Technology
105 Explain how advances in computer technology affect the different areas of law. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Introduction to Information Technology
106 Describe the types of federal and state statutes designed to combat cyber crime. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security ♦ Introduction to Information Technology
107 Describe the ramifications of misuse of business technology and property. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Cyber Security ♦ Introduction to Information Technology
108 Describe the process for taking the CLEP examination and obtaining other industry certifications related to the Business Law course. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview
109 Identify testing skills/strategies for preparing for a certification and/or CLEP examination. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview
110 Demonstrate the ability to successfully complete selected practice examinations. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview
111 Complete an industry certification representative of skills learned in this course (e.g., IC3, CLEP). FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview
112 Research career opportunities in the legal profession. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Job Interview
113 Complete a job application. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships
114 Create a résumé. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships
116 Participate in a mock interview. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships
117 Compose an interview follow-up letter. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships
118 Outline the steps to follow in resigning from a position. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships
119 Create a portfolio containing representative samples of student work. FBLA Competitive Events and Activities Areas: Business Ethics ♦ Business Law ♦ Electronic Career Portfolio ♦ Future Business Leader ♦ Job Interview ♦ L. Marguerite Crumley, Frank Manning Peele, Foundation's Sarah Lowe Thompson Scholarships