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Business Law: Terry and Valerie (cat-sitting) & Betty's new car

1) Terry has a business in which he visits with client's pet cats in the client's home while the client is out of town. The primary purpose is to prevent the cats from becoming psychotic due to the owner's absence. Terry contracted to visit Valerie's cat daily for a two-week period when Valerie was on vacation. Because Terry cha

Important information about Equal Pay Act of 1967

1. What was the purpose of the Equal Pay Act of 1967? Has the law accomplished its purpose? Why or why not? 2. How do Title VII and its amendments protect employees? Are laws necessary to govern ethical treatment of employees? Why or why not? Explain. I need about 100 to 150 words with 1 or 2 references to complete this p

Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002

Need help in preparing a 1100 word paper on What is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002? Why was it enacted? How did it affect the reporting requirements for U.S. companies? How does it affect small business owners. Like before this will go through Turnitin Please include all references.

Liability and Agency Law

1. A number of football fans from LA purchased a tour package through Shifty Travel Agency (Shifty). The package included transportation, lodging, and tickets to the Super Bowl at New Orleans. Shifty acted as a broker for Honest Tours (Honest), and the fans contracted with Honest for the package. However, when they got to New Or

Discussion Questions for paper

1. In 100-150 words I want to implement this information in my paper: What are the differences between employees and independent contractors? Is it possible for an employer to reclassify all of his employees as independent contractors? Why or why not? 2. In 100-150 words I want to implement this information in m

Arthur is a an 12 year old with an IQ of 150.

Arthur is a an 12 year old with an IQ of 150. On his birthday, Arthur received a gift of $500 in cash from his Aunt, who told him to buy what he wanted. Since Arthur was interested in stamps, he ordered the "100 Special Stamps a Month" offer for 12 months from the Excelsior Stamp and Coin Company. Arthur was mistaken about t

Business Law and Legal Process: Discrimination Complaint

John is an employee in a private sector organization. He wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer. Based on this scenario, prepare a 700-1,050-word response to analyze and explain the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes as would potentially apply to John and his employer. Be sure to e

Enforcable Contract

Myron, 21, does not have medical insurance. He was taken to the emergency room in an unconscious state. The ER physicians determined that he needed a pacemaker surgically implanted in order to save his life. A cardiac surgeon successfully performed the surgery. One month later, Myron received a bill for $30,000. He refuse

Nature of Law: who is liable to MacPherson? Buick or the retail dealer?

Please help with the following problem found in the textbook: Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment 13th edition written by Jane Mallor, A. James Barnes, Thomas Bowers, and Arlen W. Langvardt (2007). Please answer question in detail. 9. One wheel of a pre-1916 automobile manufactured by the Buick Mo

Federal employment laws on mental or physical health issues

Are there any federal employment laws or regulations that protect an employee of 10 years who was previously a model employee who is now a problem due to personal problems (such as a divorce, inability to obtain childcare for a handicapped child, and chronic depression)? She's currently seeing a psychiatrist for depression but s

Almsick Construction, P18-6 Percentage of completion & Contract Completed Method

See attached file. P18-6 (Long-Term Contract with Interim Loss) On March 1, 2007, Franziska van Almsick Construction Company contracted to construct a factory building for Sandra Volker Manufacturing Inc. for a total contract price of $8,400,000. The building was completed by October 31, 2009. The annual contract costs inc

E-mail about contract

Can someone please read the below e-mail and make any suggestions/comments on how not to sound like I am annoyed? I am the one writining this e-mail and I need it re-written to sound better. I am frustrated and I don't want to come across that way. I don't feel this is my responsibility. It should be the responsibility of the

Rights: Ex-right, Value of a right and subscription price.

Rights: Summit Corp.'s stock is currently selling at $13 per share. There are 1 million shares outstanding. The firm is planning to raise $2 million to finance a new project. What are the ex-rights stock price, the value of a right, and the appropriate subscription prices under the following scenarios? a. Two shares of outsta

Article Review

1.Need to know the article synopsis. 2. What are the legal issues? 3. What is the managerial perspective? (how the legal issues affect business) The article is attached. Contracts: Deal or No Deal? Copyright American Physical Therapy Association Jul 2006 [Headnote] What basic elements make contracts valid and enforc

Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) rules

Can you help find me a recent example where SOX rules have "saved" a company or the general public from a loss.

Business Law

Some states have proposed or enacted legislation that mandates a portion of punitive damage awards be given to the state. What might be the rationale behind this approach? Do you think this approach is fair? Keep in mind the differences between compensatory and punitive damages.

Business law: strict liability doctrine, promissory estoppel, nonperformance, UCC

I need help with the following questions. These are short answer questions and need proper APA citations were appropriate. 1. How does the strict liability doctrine apply to the practice of accounting? Give examples. 2. What privacy and security issues arise when conducting business on the internet? Give examples. 3. When

Business law

Think back in your life to recall any instances in which you took part in inherently risky behavior. It is not as devious as it sounds. Many of our daily activities have risk...driving, flying, using power tools, certain recreational activities, etc. The idea is that you assumed the risks in order to take part in the activity. I

Court Case Briefs: Write four business briefs fo listed court cases

I need assistance writing four business briefs on the following court cases: Business and the Bill of Rights Administrative Agency Torts Relating to Business http://caselaw.lp.fin

Tort Law

Which torts could potentially impact your workplace? (healthcare)

Business Law: Negligence and Precedence

a. Explain the significance of legal precedent. b. Describe the elements of negligence. c. How does an intentional tort differ from negligence? d. Describe what is meant by the "battle of the forms"? e. What are the elements of promissory estoppel? f. What is a statute of limitation? g. What are the requireme

Due course holder versus simple holder

The advantage of a holder in due course over a simple holder of an instrument is that the holder in due course can: A. Transfer the instrument to others, thus using it as a substitute for money. B. Collect on the instrument even if it has been forged. C. Collect punitive damages from a party who wrongly does not pay a negot