How Do the Ethical Decisions We Make Impact our Business and Personal Lives?
Fifty and Better FABulous Summer Lecture Series
Tuesday, Jun. 21, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This lecture will explore ethics; the definition, whether ethics and morality are the same, reasons people sometimes make clearly unethical choices, compliance with law and ethical considerations (i.e., can law mandate ethical behavior?), theories of ethical behavior and how ethics works in making ethical choices in business and personal decisions. In this lecture we will address the questions of whether ethics and morality change over time – is ethics universal or situational?
Attorney Elroy “Roy” Schneider brings more than 40 years of experience to practicing law in the areas of business planning, entity formation, employment law, contract law, estate planning, ethics, and non-profit law. He advises and represents companies and entrepreneurs with a broad range of business-related services. Schneider established his own law firm in 2012, Schneiders & Associates, L.L.P, which employs 11 attorneys and has published numerous articles and regularly speaks before business groups.
While maintaining his law practice, Schneider founded the California College of Paralegal Studies, which trained paralegals to work in the field of law. He has served as a professor and adjunct professor for several colleges and universities teaching business law and business ethics and is currently an adjunct professor teaching business law at California Lutheran University.
Fifty and Better was designed to offer university-level courses and lectures (no tests, no homework) taught by experts in the field, and to host social engagement activities for people age 50 and older. All two-hour lectures in the FABulous Summer Lecture Series are open to all ages.
Register by June 20 by 3 p.m.
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