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Constitutional Law Debate

Create a solid argument on the judicial branch detailing the followind debate: Why the judical branch branch is powerfull or if it has the most power. Where the source of the power is derived from. Provide current event examples of the power of the judicial branch. 575 word essay with reference.

Hiring a non-citizen petition

Socrates Software Corporation wants to hire Tomas, a non-citizen. To hire Tomas, Socrates must petition a. Citizenship and Immigration Services. b. The U.S. Department of State. c. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. d. The National Labor Relations Board.

Standard of due care

Rocco is a director of Spa Lids & Tubs, Inc. Under the standard of due care owed by directors of a corporation, Rocco's decisions must be a. unwavering and unquestionable. b. arguable and defensible. c. informed and reasonable. d. perfect and unassailable.

Appraise the Reporting Requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Appraise the Reporting Requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act The Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires companies to provide reports from management on the effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting. Please visit the PCAOB website and review Standard 5. In addition, visit the SEC website and explore the Sarbanes-Oxley

Court Ruling - Case Study

Walt Shoddy, the owner of Shoddy Shoe Repair, was contemplating retirement. He therefore contracted to sell the business to Pauline Parker. Shoddy Shoe Repair was located in Hoosierburg, Indiana, which has a population of 5,233. Besides containing a provision entitling Parker to use the Shoddy Shoe Repair name for the business,

Discussing Appeals

Hi, I need assistance figuring about this question and understanding why the answer is correct. Question: A Truck Transport Company is subject to a decision by the National Labor Relations Board. Truck Transport appeals the decision, arguing that it is arbitrary and capricious. This could mean that the decision a. followe

Application of a statute

The U.S. Congress enacts a new federal statute that imposes liability on businesses emitting significant amounts of a certain pollutant into the environment. This statute applies: a. only to matters not covered by state law. b. only to those states that adopt the statute. c. to all of the states. d. to none of the states.

Types of Entities, Tax and Legal Advantages

Please help writing about this topic. Assume you are the new tax and accounting consultant for a small business client, Jon Smith. His consulting practice that he owns 100% and is the only employee of has previously been reported on Schedule C as a proprietorship. You want to advise him about the tax and legal advantages of beco

Legal Challenges to Affirmative Action

There have been several challenges in the court systems regarding the legality of affirmative action plans. If and when these challenges have the result in weakening affirmative action programs in organizations, what affects do you think that will have on the prospects of women and minorities in the future? Do you think these pr

The Flow of Funds Model

Define the flow of funds model and explain each component, including how funds flow from savers to producers. Your response should be 250 words in length.

Business Law Case: Michael P. Feloney V. Robert W. Baye

For the following case, answer the questions: Michael P. Feloney, Appellant, V. Robert W. Baye, Appellee., No. S-11-79. Supreme Court Of Nebraska, 283 Neb. 972; 815 N.W.2d 160; 2012 Neb. Lexis 78 I. CITATION List the case name and official citation. Also identify the court which is rendering the decision and the year the

Competitive business practices

How effective are US laws in promoting fair and competitive business practices? Cite specific examples that support your answer.

Should Employee Background Checks by Legal?

Do you think employers have a right to check into applicants' backgrounds? - Even if there is no suspicion of misbehavior? - Even if the job poses no security or sensitive risks? - Even if the background check includes driving offenses and credit histories? - Why or why not? Research some of the regulations that num

Sport Management and Federal Legislation

Aside from the ADA and Title IX, identify one piece of federal legislation that has had an impact on sport. Define and discuss the importance of the federal legislations and the impact it had on sport. Complete additional research as necessary to find a scholarly source to overview the federal legislation of your choice.

Analysis of Gaming Laws in Massachusetts

Please provide assistance when reading the three articles on gaming laws for Massachusetts, synthesize the articles and give a brief overview of gaming laws. Any direction would be much appreciated. The three articles I am looking at can be found at the following links: http://aarontodd.casinocitytimes.com/article/top-10-thi

Promissory Estoppel Case Study

Houston repeatedly promised his daughter, Allyson that he would pay on-half of the costs of Allyson attending a private, historically African-American, college or university. Relying on this promise, Allyson applied to and was accepted into Clark Atlanta University. Houston reiterated this promise after Allyson's acceptance and

Illegal Discrimination

Why does illegal discrimination persist nearly 50 years after the passage of Title VII of the civil rights act?

Business Law Exercises

Discuss the status of the contract in the following scenarios. Dave offers to sell his house to Brett for $200,000. Brett states that the price is too high and offers to purchase the house for $185,000. Cisco offers to sell his AKC-registered German Shepherd to Billy for $500. Before Billy can pick up the dog, it dies.

U.S. Constitution and Qualifications of Elected Officials

a. Which articles and sections of the U.S. constitution deal with the qualifications that people must have in order to serve as a member of the House of Representatives, as a Senator, and as President of the United States? How do those respective qualifications differ? b. What article and section addresses the subject of a p

Religious beliefs in the workplace

Rasputin and the Rake Religion Rasputin is a member of the Rake Religion whose practice forbids using yard rakes for any other reason than worship. Three times a week, Rasputin attends religious services where a silver rake was erected on the altar. Each member would cite the religious rite as they bowed down to the rake. Rec

Sexual harassment and wrongful dismissal

Beautiful Bernadine Bernadine worked at a local fried chicken restaurant for the past two years. At first, she loved her job; however, the restaurant made a change in management at the end of her first year of employment. The female manager was replaced with Jeffrey. When Bernadine clocked in every day to work, Jeffrey would

State of Nebraska v. Chad N Sorensen

For the cited case, can you help provide me with the following summary? I. CITATION List the case name and official citation. Also identify the court which is rendering the decision and the year the decision was rendered. See this citation for help in properly citing your case: www.law.cornell.edu/citation II. FACTS OF THE

Intellectual Property and Real Property

What do we mean by "intellectual property"? What are the differences between intellectual property and real property? Should someone be able to own intellectual property? Why or why not? 150 words minimum.

Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

Why does the Sarbanes-Oxley Act impact the work of IT personnel? 150 words minimum and please list all sources used.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Analysis

- Analyze the underlying causes for the creation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to determine which played the most significant role in the creation of the act. Explain your rationale. - Discuss what underlying causes may have been overlooked when the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was created. Provide specific examples to support your response.

Bankruptcy Law and Bank Notes

Bankruptcy Sonia's Sorrows Sonia, a book dealer, has the following assets: a building worth $155,000, accounts receivable amounting to $32,500 due within the next three months, and $25,000 cash in the bank. Sonia's sole liability is a $300,000 note due tomorrow, and she is unable to pay it. Can Sonia be forced into involunt