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A legal system may be evaluated in a variety of ways by
economists, legal scholars, or moral philosophers. Through most of
this article, however, I shall assume that it has only one purpose:
economic efficiency. I view a legal
system as a set of rules designed to affect behavior; a change in
legal rules is an improvement if the summed benefits to those
affected, measured by their money equivalent, is larger than the
summed losses, where the money equivalent of a benefit or loss is the
largest sum the affected party would pay to receive the benefit or
avoid the loss.
From this perspective, i think that the larger and wealthier company should be punished more severely.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.
Jan 16th, 2016
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