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    1) Use reading "question 1"
    Read Bank of America, N. A. v. Barr page 293-294
    Respond to the three Case Questions found page 294
    Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted in the Critical Legal Thinking, Ethics, and Contemporary Business questions. Argue both sides of all issues.
    2) Use Reading "question 2"
    Read Edward A. Kemmler Memorial Foundation v. Mitchell
    Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted on what facts the Supreme Court of Ohio based its decision and what could the Partners have done differently that would have changed the decision in this case.
    Provide convincing arguments for both sides of your recommendations.
    3) Use reading "question 3"
    14.2 Liability of General Partners
    14.4 Tort Liability
    15.3 Liability of a Franchisee
    15.5 Liability of members
    Check the decisions of the highest appellate courts, if a case is cited, for each fact pattern.
    Brief the facts of the cases and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted on whether each of the four subjects affect business in the United States and if so, provide the worst and best case scenarios.
    4) Use reading "question 4"
    Read Section 14.8 Ethics
    Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted on the 3 questions found at the end of Section 14.8. Argue both sides of all issues.

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    1) Use reading "question 1"
    Read Bank of America, N. A. v. Barr page 293-294
    Respond to the three Case Questions found page 294
    Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as noted in the Critical Legal Thinking, Ethics, and Contemporary Business questions. Argue both sides of all issues.

    A sole proprietorship represents the simplest business form that a business owner can operate under. The business will not be a legal entity, but the person who is the owner is responsible for the debts of the business. A person with a sole proprietorship has the autonomy to operate under the name of the owner or may operate under a fictitious name, but this doesn't create a separate legal entity that is separate from the sole proprietor owner. The main attributes of a sole proprietorship are that the owner can easily establish a sole proprietorship instantly and inexpensively. In addition, the owner doesn't have pay separate taxes for the business. in regard to the case provided by (you) it was unethical for the defendant to try to avoid paying their debt because they owned a sole proprietorship, and were responsible for all their debts. Operating under a fictitious name does not afford the sole proprietor protection from the debts that they owe. The reason why sole proprietors are able to be held personally liable for their debts is because the business is not a separate entity, which is why a sole proprietor can commingle personal and business property and funds together while also having business bank accounts in the name of the ...

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    The expert responses to an ethical case study. Brief facts of a case are determined.

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