Learning Team Weekly Reflection

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Learning Team Weekly Reflection LAW/531 2012 Learning Team Weekly Reflection The freedom of property ownership is the foundation of the United States economy. Cheeseman (2010) defines tangible property as real property and physical personal property. A comprehensive body of law protects the rights of property owners and prevents others from trespassing on their rights (Cheeseman, 2010). The pharmaceutical industry is a diverse and highly regulated industry. It involves research, manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of various medical products. In this industry, companies need to protect tangible property rights as “pharmaceutical firms, their suppliers, and associated firms have become a major target of theft, vandalism, property damage, product tampering, eco-terrorism, and litigation” (Andreus International, 2012, para. 2). Companies’ enterprise risk management (ERM) programs are especially important in the pharmaceutical…show more content…
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