The New York Times recently ran an interesting article analyzing the legality of some of Steve Jobs’ actions. Despite being involved in a stock options backdating scandal several years ago, an e-book price-fixing conspiracy and anti-poaching agreements with Apple’s competitors, Steve Jobs’ legacy appears to remain unscathed. While Jobs may or may not have been able to skirt trouble with the law, the article drives home the message that emulation of Jobs as a business role model may not be the wisest path.