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
Please help with the following problem. 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 ris
I need assistance writing four business briefs on the following court cases: Business and the Bill of Rights http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=US&vol=000&invol=06-1321 Administrative Agency http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/data2/circs/9th/0370379p.pdf Torts Relating to Business http://caselaw.lp.fin
Which torts could potentially impact your workplace? (healthcare)
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
13. Most regulatory matters are settled informally; only a small number result in litigation. When a company is in a dispute with a federal agency, it knows that if it does not reach a settlement, there can be costly litigation. From the perspective of the government agency, the litigation is costless-the taxpayers foot the bill
BUG, Inc., a company based in the United States. designs, manufactures, and sells electronic recording devices. These devices are used by law enforcement agencies to intercept and record sounds and voices. The equipment taps into telephone wires, cell phone transmissions, and picks up sounds and voices through the walls of a hou
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
Full description of what each act provides along with the implications for employers and managers. Also, the 2008 amendment to the act must be described with its' implications for employers.
How can anyone judge whether or not there is consideration if you are outside of the transaction? (This is a very tricky part of contract litigation, because apart from actions, how do you prove how someone feels about something?) How do you judge what is valuable to someone else?
1. What are the four elements necessary to form a contract? 2. What is the impact of legal capacity on any of the three elements? 3. How can a deficiency in legal capacity related to contract formation be corrected?
Please explain in some detail the four elements necessary to form a contract below: 1. Agreement 2. Consideration 3. Contractual capacity 4. Lawful object
I need help writing two court case briefs; one involving real properties (http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/04-712.ZS.html) and one involving intellectual properties http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/04-480.ZO.html. Each court brief should be approximately 500 words. Title each of the sections with the: Facts
A cartel is a group of producers that creates a formal written agreement specifying how much each member will produce and charge. The professional sports leagues of baseball (American and National Leagues), football (National Football League), basketball (National Basketball Association), and hockey (National Hockey League) a
Mr. Jones's projects include some of the largest residential subdivisions within the city. While Mr. Jones's business was developing the infrastructure of its newest and largest subdivision, the city discovered an easement for a city utility line on the subdivision that did not belong to Mr. Jones. The owner of the property wher
What are the major Federal laws protecting the environment? What is the relationship of OSHA and the environment?
You are an arbitrator in a case deciding a discharge involving drug abuse. Discuss the issues that you might use in deciding this discharge case.
Ben went to work as a computer programmer for a software firm in Dallas, Texas, in 2000. This firm specialized in software for dental offices. The employment contract that he was required to sign provided that if he left the employment of the software firm, whether initiated by Ben or the firm, he would not work for "another so
7. (a) Fred Farmer contracts to sell 1000 tons of wheat to the new country of Zorroland. Fred sent the wheat but is never paid. He files suit in U.S. District Court for breach of contract. The defendant country claims that based on the doctrine of sovereign immunity, Fred cannot sue without Zorroland's permission. Is the def
Forger drafted a promissory note and forged Fred's signature on it. Before he could do anything with it, Thief stole it and transferred it to Commercial Loan Co., for value. Commercial usually did not buy commercial paper from people who walk in off the street, but business was slow, so the company took the note. Commercial h
How Title VII has impacted employment practices and what managers and organization must do to prevent liability.
Greetings, I need some detailed assistance for the following topics. I realize you are not a homework completion service, but I would appreciate your help. Refs please and definitely NO PLAGIARISM. 1) Business & HIV/AIDS: The Cost of health care with Aids. I need to define the business angle. What aspects of business do w
Need Help --My Team is doing Healthcare Learning Team Activity · Complete this Learning Team Activity within the first two days of this week. · Select an industry sector within the U.S. (examples include automotive, pharmaceuticals, and information technology) as a learning team. · Assign each t
Use the typical tax primary and secondary resources to include statutes, regulations, IRS guidance, and court decisions to formulate your advice regarding each of the issues listed below: ISSUES 1. Dr. Green is a practicing physician in Chicago who, as an avid blackjack and slot machine player, travels to Las Vegas ever
Lynn Greenspan practiced law with a partnership for 10years. Recently she opened her own law office, which she operates as a proprietorship. The name of the new entity is Lynn Greenspan, Attorney. Greenspan experienced the following events during the organizing phase of the new business and its first month of operation. Some of
Can you help me get started with this assignment? The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) (case: Mastie v Great Lakes Steel Corp. 1976 or Smith v Jackson 2005) Word limit: 750 Words 1) A brief description of the law or issue and explain who is affected/covered by it. Also, briefly summarize one case exam
Bob and Jane are husband and wife. Bob enjoys woodworking as a hobby and he has made several windmills and other pieces for decorating his yard. Jane is an excellent seamstress and enjoys making crafts, holiday decorations, and household decorations. They are both tired of working for someone else and want to start their own
Sue and Tom are business partners. They have a partnership in which they purchase and renovate homes and apartment buildings. They have worked together as partners for five years and currently own seven properties. A few months ago they talked about purchasing another property. Sue was in favor of the purchase and Tom was not su
Assignment: Legal Risk and Opportunity in Employment The following three Legal Encounters involve NewCorp, your employer. You are required to provide a brief answer to the questions asked at the end of each encounter. Your boss expects a substantive answer, not simply a recommendation to refer matters to an attorney. The
Liz Strong thought she'd been a librarian long enough, and when the opportunity to open a small organic convenient store in the newly renovated downtown business district arose, she was ready to act. Foods of Reality is a franchisor of organic food shops, and was founded five years ago by a noted certified nutrient specialist in