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Consumer, Environmental, and Antitrust Law

Provide an example, with details, of deceptive advertising and explain why this example is deceptive. Additionally, provide an example of advertising that appears to be unreasonable or unethical but in fact is not considered deceptive. How has food and product labelling affected the health and safety of the American consu

Ethical Consideration of Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy

Address the following ethical questions regarding creditors' rights and bankruptcy: Evaluate how Bankruptcy law can favor debtors at the expense of creditors or vice versa, and explain how a revision to Bankruptcy law can achieve a better balance between the respective interests of creditors and debtors. Explain whet

Bankruptcy: Questions & Issues

How is a security interest created and how is it perfected? Provide an example. If you are the creditor, what is difference between having a perfected security interest and an unperfected interest? What is a "reorganization" bankruptcy and how is it different than an "ordinary" bankruptcy? Give examples of each. In a bankru

Negotiability Instrument Examples

Provide an example of a "negotiable instrument," with specific details, and explain why this instrument meets the requirements of negotiability. Additionally, how would changing one detail of the instrument make it non-negotiable? Does having a smartphone-based payment system entail more or fewer security risks than carryi

Contract of Sales

Prepare a Sales Contract Your client, Widgets, Inc., has a factory in Detroit where they produce widgets for sale. They have recently received a large order from Machines, Inc. in Austin, Texas for 2,000 widgets at $100 per widget. The client has not specified any additional terms of the purchase. Prepare a contract for th

Rogue Bank

Violations of Securities Laws Karel Svoboda, a credit officer for Rogue Bank, evaluated and approved his employer's extensions of credit to clients. These responsibilities gave Svoboda access to nonpublic information about the clients' earnings, performance, acquisitions, and business plans from confidential memos, email, and

Best Type of Acquisition Based on the Possibility of Future Law Suits

A longtime friend and client approaches you and explains that he has the opportunity to purchase a company that has developed a very lucrative technology. Unfortunately, the company has had some legal issues with clients and vendors in the past. Your friend assures you that, going forward, he can resolve the problems that have l

Duty of Care, the Duty of Loyalty, and the Business Judgment

Explain the requirements of the Duty of Care, the Duty of Loyalty, and the Business Judgment rule. Who or what are these duties designed to protect? Are these duties necessary? Why or why not? Use this week's lecture as a basis for your post. Peppertree, Inc., hired Robert McClellan, a licensed contractor, to repair a condom

Five forms of Business

Explain the legal and financial characteristics of each of the five main form of business entities described. Discuss the implications of applicable laws and regulations, for each type of business entity, on how the business is organized, governed, and operated. For each type of business entity, explain the following characteris

Sample Start Up Budget

Inadequate financing can be the cause of the failure of any business. Try to determine how much capital might actually be needed to start a small business. Project a budget covering the expenses. Feel free to use your Dream Job as an example. Initial expenses may include down payments for the pur­chase or lease of prop­e

Piercing the veil

Johnson Trucking, Inc., owned by Pat Johnson, charged its fuel purchases to an account at Juice Express. When Johnson Trucking, Inc. was not paid on several jobs, it was unable to pay amounts owed to Juice. Shortly thereafter, Johnson Trucking, Inc. ceased doing business and was dissolved. However, Pat continued to provide truck

Operating Agreement LLC

Green Properties Group owns, manages, and develops real property. Jones Group, Inc. also develops real property. Green entered into agreements with Jones concerning a large tract of property in Georgia. The parties formed NewGroup, LLC, to develop various parcels of the tract for residential purposes. The operating agreement of

Duties of Director

Roger is a director of a major car manufacturer. This is one of the few remaining car companies yet to introduce a sport utility vehicle. Roger convinces the board to investigate forming a new division to design, build and market a sport utility vehicle. Roger also convinces the board that the first sport utility vehicle that th

Employee Rights/Safety

I started this paper and have come up with a case of writers block. I have provided a short summary of exceptions to employment at will, the Immigration Reform and Control Act, and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act. I now have to answer the questions below the three summaries and I have been looking a

Cabinet Co Case

Frank is the receiving dock supervisor for Cabinet Co., a company that manufactures metal storage cabinets. His job is to supervise the inspection, and stocking of components and materials used in the manufacture of the cabinets as they are delivered; and to so notify the accounting department so invoices can be timely paid. On

liability conpensation

Ron supervises delivery of flowers for a wholesale distributor of fresh flowers, Flowers. Inc. In order to accommodate one of the company's best customers, Ron offers to immediately rush a delivery of fresh peonies. All of the delivery trucks are currently out on delivery. Ron directs an employee, Ruth, to use her own vehicle to

Dispute Resolution

Sterling, Inc. is a manufacturer of state-of-the-art computers. For the past ten years, Sterling has acquired all of its microchips from NoBugs Corporation, the only producer of chips meeting Sterling's high specifications. The relationship has been mutually profitable. Sterling could not have built its reputation as an industry

Legal briefs

Read the Call-of-the-Question carefully, and follow the instructions for each subject. Prepare four Briefing Papers using the APA Format for Research Papers. Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal Thinking Instructions: •Read Bank of America, N. A. v. Barr - Cheeseman text page 293-294. •Respond to the three Case Questio

Legal briefs

Read the call-of-the-question carefully, and follow the instructions for each subject. Prepare four briefing papers using the APA format for research papers Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal Thinking Instructions: •Read Murphy Oil USA, Inc. synopsis -- Cheeseman text page 285-286 13.8 Guaranty Contract . •There is n

Case laws for business study

Read the call-of-the-question carefully, and follow the instructions for each subject. Prepare four briefing papers using the APA format for research papers, and upload them as one document for your response. Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal Thinking Instructions: •Read Intel Corporation v. Intelsys Software, LLC -- C

Legal issues

Read the Call-of-the-Question carefully, and follow the instructions for each subject. Prepare four Briefing Papers using the APA Format for Research Papers, and upload them as one document for your response. Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal Thinking Instructions: •Read International Shoe Company v. State of Washingto

Fiduciary Duty Case Study

Business Organization Case Study. Please help solve this case study. Janet Levitt and Mark Levitt filed a lawsuit against Gilligan Village, LLC, Lauren Bivins, Milton Burnside, Sondra Burnside and Patricia Goldstein. Janet Levitt, Mark Levitt, Lauren Bivins, Milton Burnside, Sondra Burnside and Patricia Goldstein are membe

Discrimination, race

I need help with the following two questions: Consider the attached article, "Race Matters" to briefly answer the following: What learning can be identified from the article, concerning the court's ability to protect the worker from discrimination? How can human resources management (HRM) professionals eliminate illegal d

ABC Corp Case Analysis

Consider the following scenario: On July 15th, Mr. Jones talks to the president of ABC Corp about the possibility of selling a property owned by ABC. Mr. Jones tells ABC that he is an experienced realtor and will be able to sell the property within a short period of time. The president of ABC states: "That sounds good. Let's

Ethical dilemma/Ilegal contract

Case Study Please read the below scenarios and answer the questions. Scenario 1: Ethical Dilemma You are the city manager of a medium sized city which has experienced an economic downturn in recent years. Your commercial tax base has eroded, requiring you to either cut services or raise fees and taxes on the residents. U

Administration Termination

Please answer the two questions below with minimum of 250 words for each question. 1). Suppose there is a case where both Plaintiffs are women; Leath was forty-seven years of age when she was terminated, and Ackermann was fifty-seven. CCSLLC decided to restructure its call center and change its focus from inbound calls to

Predict what will be the focus of this course 10 years from now

This is a prediction of the focus of future developments in the Business Law course 10 years from the present. It includes how it will apply to a student's current or future career, including rationale, research, and if there are any alternative possibilities when compared with the professional opinions. This essay also cov

Goals of Oracle Consultant

Establish one to two personalized goals based on year-end feedback from your counselor of how you will achieve client, people and strategic positioning / firm impact. Establish one or two development goals related to education, experiences or exposure needed to grow professionally this year. Specialists, please ensure that a

Evaluate the legal aspects of personal property in California

Evaluate the legal aspects of acquiring, holding, and disposing of personal property in California,Arizona and Washington state. Answer must be in comparison between the three states. Answer must be based on personal property of small river rafting business. 3-4 PARAGRAPH.

Supreme Court case studies

1: use reading question 1 Read American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League pages 459­460. Respond to the three Case Questions found in page 459. 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 sid