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1. Environmental Law: Describe business owner/executive's obligation to do more for the environment than the law requires. Summarize the value of knowing about environmental law (at least some aspects of it), even if you are not working for a company directly, impacted by any of the four environmental laws identified

On January 1, Ted, a dealer, sold and delivered a new high definition television to Betsy, a consumer. Two weeks later, Besty discovered a latent defect in the television, which would turn on and off automatically, at 2 minute intervals. Betsy revoked acceptance of the television, and demanded a new one or her money back. Ted argued that it was customary for a seller to "cure" defects of this nature, by replacing any defective parts. Who is right? 2. In 5 previous contracts, Sam tendered and Bonnie accepted without rejection both 36 and 37 inch steel. The contract description specified "37 inch steel". In the 6th contract, the description specified "36 inch steel". In a delivery under the 6th contract, Sam tendered 37 inch steel. Bonnie rejected Sam's tender of 37 inch steel and Sam sued Bonnie for breach of contract. Who will win the case? Be sure to clearly state your analysis and to cite to the applicable UCC rules. 3. Sally Seller contracted to manufacture office chairs for Bill Buyer for $25,000. Before Sally Seller began performance, Bill Buyer repudiated the contract. Sue Seller immediately canceled the contract, but still decided to manufacture the office chairs. The chairs were completed at a cost of $19,000, but Sally Seller, after reasonable effort, was not able to find anyone to buy them. Sally Seller wants to sue Bill Buyer for the $25,000 contract price. Bill argues that Sally failed to mitigate damages and is limited in damages to the difference between the contract and market price at the time and place of breach. Can Sally Seller recover the price, or is she limited to damages according to the Section 2-708(1) formula? 4. Sam sold nails to Bob for $10,000, shipment FOB point of shipment. Sam shipped screws â?" nonconforming goods which Bob, if the defect was discovered, could have rejected. However, Bob accepted the screws and did not discover the defect until later. When Bob discovered the defect, Bob promptly telephoned Sam and revoked his acceptance. That same day, the screws were destroyed by fire while in Bob's warehouse. Bob's insurance covered $5,000 of the loss. Sam sues Bob for the price of the screws, $10,000. What is the outcome of the case? Be sure to cite to the applicable UCC rules.

Instructions: Write a complete answer to the question. Make sure you answer all parts of each question and provide a detailed legal analysis of your answer. Clearly state the applicable UCC sections and any assumptions. The paper must include a detailed analysis of the relevant issues, and clearly state the applicable U

Faragher v. Boca Raton

See the attachments. I have assignment that brief about Faragher v. Boca Raton, 524 U.S. 775 case which involves a claim of sexual harassment. ISSUE: FACTS: COURT DECISION: COURT RATIONALE: DISSENTING OPINION: PERSONAL OPINION:

Sanderson Construction: Long term contract for build a baseball stadium

On June 15, 2011, Sanderson Construction entered into a long-term construction contract to build a baseball stadium in Washington D.C. for $222 million. The expected completion date is April 1 of 2013, just in time for the 2013 baseball season. Costs incurred and estimated costs to complete at year-end for the life of the contra

Summarize employment, labor, and anti-discrimination law.

Sam works as a driver for Toxic Games Warehouse, a wholesale distributor and online retailer of video games and accessories. Over a ten-year period, Sam repeatedly applies for and is denied a promotion to the position of dispatcher. Sam meets the requirements for the job, which are a years driving experience and a specific licen

Employment law: Resignations in writing, notice of charges for termination

Text: Employmnet Law for Human Resource Practice, by David J Walsh Instructions As sad as it is, people do get fired...and this of course must be part of the study on Employment Law! Therefore, read chapters 18 and 19 of your text. Then answer the following questions: Why is it good legal advice for employers to do each

Business Employment Law

Read the R. Williams Construction Co. v. OSHRC case. 1. What was the legal issue in this case? 2. Explain what the employer did or failed to do that violated the OSH Act.

Human Rights Issues and Chinese Employment Laws

Explain the human rights issues that are currently happening in China. Assess the impact of Chinese employment laws on the resolution of these issues. Identify and evaluate strategies and tactics focused on managing these human rights issues. Please explain whether you feel that companies have an ethical obligation to

A Dallas, Texas, city ordinance restricted admission to Class E dance halls

Can you help me understand this? A Dallas, Texas, city ordinance restricted admission to so-called "Class E" dance halls to persons between the ages of 14 and 18. The ordinance did not impose similar age limitations on most other establishments where teenagers might congregate: for example, skating rinks. Charles Stanglin, wh

Kasky v. Nike and the California Supreme Court

In Kasky v. Nike, Inc., the California Supreme Court drew a distinction between a noncommercial speaker's statements criticizing a product as generally noncommercial speech and a commercial speaker's statements in praise or support of the same product. What was this distinction, and why did the California Supreme Court make

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers business owners guidance on tax laws concerning the depreciation of porperty. Explain what the IRS' definition of depreciation is? What are three items that cannot be depreciated? explain why not. What three requirements must be met in order for property to be depreciated? Why are these requirements important?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers business owners guidance on tax laws concerning the depreciation of porperty. Explain what the IRS' definition of depreciation is? What are three items that cannot be depreciated? explain why not. What three requirements must be met in order for property to be depreciated? Why are these

Common Law and UCC

Peter visited a car dealership and test-drove a used car. After discussing the price with the salesman, Brian, and learning that he could purchase the car for $500 less than the sticker price, Peter asked Brian to hold the car for him until 8:00 that evening so that he could bring his wife back to see the car. Brian agreed, writ

Article Review: Medical Bills Bankrupting Many

"Medical Bills Bankrupting Many"--Article for the Class fr PW In 2005, this news story was featured on CBS news. What do you think? Medical Bills Bankrupting Many: Costly illnesses trigger about half of all personal bankruptcies, and health insurance offers no protection against ending up penniless, according to

Suzy Seller and Barry Buyer negotiate and agree on the sale of flower pots. They intend to contract, but leave the quantity term "to be agreed upon at a later date." Later, Barry refuses to negotiate over the quantity and repudiates (refuses) the bargain. Suzy sues for damages. Who will win the case and why? Use UCC Article 2 sections to support your answer. 2. Sam Seller sent an email to Beth Buyer with an offer to sell 20 custom birdhouses, to be sold in Beth's Best Birds retail store. The email stated that "acceptance must be faxed to my salesperson, in the form of a signed copy of the email, by 5pm on Friday, March 5." Beth prints and signs the email, scans it, and emails it to Sam on Friday morning. Sam sells the birdhouses to another buyer, and Beth files a lawsuit for breach of contract. Who wins? Explain your answer and use UCC Article 2 sections to support your answer. 3. Jon Maize is a farmer who grows and sells corn. When Jon was getting ready to sell his crop, he called a local corn distributor, CRN, and requested that they notify him when corn reached $5.00 a bushel. On January 2, 2005, the secretary at CRN called Jon and told him corn had reached $5.02 per bushel. He stated he agreed to sell his crop at the $5.02 figure and estimated that he would have between 5,000 and 6,000 bushels. A few days later, the secretary mailed Jon a written contract for the sale of 6,000 bushels of corn at $5.02 per bushel. Jon was ecstatic, but in his excitement, he accidentally dropped the contract in the pig sty, where it was trampled by pigs and covered in mud. He did not contact CRN about the contract. Jon delivered 5,000 bushels to CRN. When he did not receive full payment, he filed suit against CRN for the balance due. CRN defended on the grounds that Jon had entered into a contract for the delivery of 6,000 bushels of corn and had failed to deliver the entire amount and the sum withheld represented damages to CRN for the shortage. What result? Use UCC Article 2 sections to support your answer. 4. Fran Hammer sells wrenches for $12 each wholesale. On September 15th, Johnson Hardware Co. placed a telephone order with Fran for 500 wrenches for delivery on Monday of the following week. When the wrenches were not delivered, Johnson called Fran to inquire as to the status of his order. Fran stated that she was too busy to be bothered with such a small order, and that no contract existed. Is there a legally enforceable contract? Explain your answer and use UCC Article 2 sections to support your answer.

Clearly state the applicable Uniform Commerical Code (UCC) sections and any assumptions. Answer all questions. 1. Read through each question carefully. Many times a case can be decided based on a few facts, so it's important to read each word in a question or fact scenario. 2. Write a brief outline of your answer. Be sure

Dodd-Frank Act and Consumer Protection

Find (e.g., from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Bloomberg, any of the Federal Reserve Banks) on the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Post copy of the article - you must turn it in to receive full credit. After reading the article, write a concise and to-the-point essay that includes

Business Law: Drafting a Contract

Candice Harley owns a craft store. On a recent buying trip to Miranda, she located a vendor who manufactures bat houses that have been carved from a single piece of wood. The woman who makes these bat houses is named Rachelle Vendor. Candice believes that she could probably sell 10 or 20 of these bat houses per week. She negotia

Federal Court System

1. Give two examples of the types of cases that belong in the federal court system. Explain why they belong in the federal court system. 2. Why does our federal court system require both subject matter jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction be established to hear a case? 3. What does the concept of minimum contacts seek to e