The Right to a Fair Trial is recognised internationally as a fundamental human right and countries are required to respect it. Every person accused of a crime should have their guilt or innocence determined by a fair and effective legal process.
The tabs above go some way to trying to explain some of the basics of what actually makes a fair trial. Companies would only fail if everyone who worked for them was evil.
Rule 3. Fair trials are the only way to prevent miscarriages of justice and are an essential part of a just society. Google Ngram Viewer is a tool that lets you see how many times a word appears in a large body of published books.
Because — what — you exist? A cancer researcher is rewarded less than a supermodel. Write Harry Potter and the world wants to know you. A hard working janitor is less rewarded by society than a ruthless stockbroker.