In a succinct essay, summarize the specific reasons behind the passing of two of the following laws ( Railway Labor Act, Noris Laguardia Act, Labor Management Relations act, Landrum Griffin Act, Civil Service Reform Act) of the acts outlined in your text.
Do you think the Restatement rule is better than the Ultramares doctrine in assessing accountants' liability to third parties? Business Ethics: Did the accountant act ethically in denying liability in this case? Contemporary Business: Are accountants often sued as 'deep pockets'?
Explain the assessment of the problem pointing out the relevant utilitarian and deontological consideration. Check out the Disabled Veterans Affirmative Action Program (DVAAP) Also, "Most departments and agencies in the Federal government are required to have an affirmative action program for the recruitment, employment,
Do the costs associated with compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act outweigh the benefits that it provides to investors and the general public? The statement of the problem relates to the strict rules and regulations implemented as part of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and whether or not SOX has really created benefits that have been larger than the costs incurred by publicly traded companies in the United States Provided: 1- Some Case Law about the research question and the statement of the problem. 2- Write an original overview of the research question and statement problem.
Can you help me get started with this assignment? The research question: Do the costs associated with compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act outweigh the benefits that it provides to investors and the general public? The statement of the problem relates to the strict rules and regulations implemented as part of the Sarban
Justin Ellsworth was a Marine who gave his life for his country. By all accounts he was a brave and fine Marine and we all owe him the highest debt of gratitude. But we were also left with a serious question, what to do with his email? His parents wanted access. They wanted to see what their son had to say. However, email i
Compare and contrast the traditional litigation system with the nontraditional forms of ADR. Thanks for your help!
Corporations seeking to globalize should be aware of the roadblocks and barriers they will have to face. In some cases, the barriers are easy to deal with; in other cases, they may prove insurmountable. In addition, the economic conditions in some countries promote efforts for globalization. Tasks: Research the economy of th
Corporations that seek to transition into foreign markets are faced with a number of political and legal problems. Increasingly these firms must deal with counterfeit products which steal profits away from the original company. Theft of intellectual property is common and has become a major issue in international business. An
In 1979, Paul and John Reardon purchased 16 acres of land located next to a manufacturing plant in Massachusetts. In 1983, a state environmental agency, responding to a citizen's report, tested soil samples from both properties and discovered extremely high levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on the plant site and on the
Consider each of the following forms of business: sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, limited liability company, S corporation, franchise, and corporate form. Develop scenarios in which each of these forms of business would be the preferred form. For each scenario, justify why the corresponding busin
Alerting a service provider that its services will no longer be needed. Your company, PolicyPlan Insurance Services, is a 120-employee insurance claims processor based in Milwaukee. PolicyPlan has engaged Midwest Sparkleen for interior and exterior cleaning for the past five years. Midwest Sparkleen did exemplary work for th
Critical Legal Thinking Should a city be given zoning authority over the aesthetics of an area? Why or why not? Business Ethics Is it ethical for a property owner to build a structure that does not comport with the character of the area? Contemporary Business Are businesses helped or harmed by zoning ordinances?
The Case Express versus Implied Contracts. Suppose that a local businessperson, McDougal, is a good friend of Krunch, the owner of a local candy store. Every day on his lunch hour McDougal goes into Krunch's candy store and spends about five minutes looking at the candy. After examining Krunch's candy and talking with Krunch,
Case Scenario Carrie offered to sell a set of legal encyclopedias to Antonio for $300.00. Antonio said that he would think about her offer and let her know his decision the next day. Norvel, who had overheard the conversation between Carrie and Antonio, said to Carrie, "I accept your offer," and Carrie gave Norvel the books.
A sales manager in a large security systems company was terminated soon after his co-workers learned that is homosexual and that his life partner has HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The sales manager himself is HIV-negative. Has the employer violated the Americans with Disabilities Act?
Please answer the below questions. If resouces are used please provide. A sales manager in a large security systems company was terminated soon after his co-workers learned that is homosexual and that his life partner has HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The sales manager himself is HIV-negative. Has the employer violated the
What are the four types of initial assessment methods that are subject to legal considerations? What three aspects must be covered in a disclaimer policy? Why is it important to provide disclaimers to job applicants during the initial assessment phase?
Project for International Business Law and Practices Guidelines - Magid Glove and Safety, LLC See attached Guidelines on Feasibility Report of International Business Law and Practices for the international expansion of your chosen company. --------------- The company selected is Magid Glove and Safety, LLC. The comp
Case: Armington, while robbing a drugstore, shot and seriously injured Jennings, a drugstore clerk. Armington was subsequently convicted in a criminal trial of armed robbery and assault and battery. Jennings later brought a civil tort suit against Armington for damages. Armington contended that he could not be tried again for th
Describe the provisions of the following major labor laws as well as their impact on organizations and the union-management relationship: A. The Railway Labor Act B. The Norris-La Guardia Act C. The Wagner Act D. The Taft-Hartley Act E. The Landrum-Griffin Act
Compare and contrast two types of intellectual capital involved in the case and how the intellectual capital relates to the organization's innovation. (Please address two business collaborations and licensing agreements.) “Google Inc.” by Benjamin Edelman, Thomas R. Eisenmann http://hbr.org/product/google-inc/an/910
Problem Land Salvage Company deals in distressed properties and makes high risk sales. In 2009, the company sold for $250,000 a piece of property that cost $150,000. Collections on the sale were: $80,000 in 2009, $120,000 in 2010, and $50,000 in 2011. Required: a. Prepare the necessary journal entries in proper forma
I need help for following questions. 1) What are the challenges for cyber forensics in real world? (about 350 words) 2) How do you think about the future of cyber forensics and what sort of improvements will you suggest? Below contain my 4 challenges for question 1, please help to elaborate further, and provide me the so
Suppose that Honda is on the verge of signing a 15-year contract with TRW to supply airbags. The terms of the contract include providing Honda with 85 percent of the airbags used in new automobiles. Just prior to signing the contract, a manager reads the one of TRW's competitors has introduced a comparable airbag using a new technology that reduces the cost by 30 percent. How would this information effect Honda's optimal contract length with TRW?
Suppose that Honda is on the verge of signing a 15-year contract with TRW to supply airbags. The terms of the contract include providing Honda with 85 percent of the airbags used in new automobiles. Just prior to signing the contract, a manager reads the one of TRW's competitors has introduced a comparable airbag using a new tec
Housing Construction Company (HCC) has agreed to build a housing project for the city of New York. On January 1st, 2006 the company and the city agreed on the following terms: the construction should take no more than three years, and HCC would be paid a total of $300 million for the project; the $300 million would be paid in th
One of the individuals, a partner for a Big 4 firm in Latin America indicated that he has found that since the implementation of SOX many accounting departments have reduced the amount of cross training. In his particular view he indicated that the reason for this based upon the responses of the companies that he is respons
Create a contract that clearly states in writing the implied terms of the contract verbally communicated in the Contracts: Offer and Acceptance video. Offer and Acceptance video link. http://media.pearsoncmg.com/pcp/pls_1256120324/contracts_offer_and_acceptance/index.html
* Determine whether the company may be named as a potentially responsible party (PRP). Review the requirements for consideration as a PRP by answering the questions: What constitutes a PRP? What types of materials may cause problems? Do they exist in this company? * Make recommendations as to both waste removal actions and wa
Briefly outline and describe the issues your company must consider regarding each of the following areas: economic, social-cultural, technological, and political-legal.
Imagine that you are a marketer for one of the following companies: Amazon.com, Apple Computer, Starbucks, Burger King, or a nationally recognized company of your choice. Decide whether your company will expand internationally into Mexico, India, or China. Briefly outline and describe the issues your company must consider rega
Explain the following Law of demand and law of supply Factors affecting demand and supply Price elasticity of demand Factors affecting price elasticity of demand
What method of proving a Title VII case should Rawlinson use in attacking the height and weight requirements?
Dianne Rawlinson, a female applicant who was rejected for employment as a prison guard in the Alabama prison system, challenged certain state rules restricting her employment prospects under Title VII. They were (1) requirements that all prison employees be at least 5 feet 2 inches tall and weigh at least 120 pounds, and (2) a r