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Rights Among Partners

Meyer, Nap, and Cavanna establish a partnership to operate a window washing service. Meyer contributes $10,000 to the partnership, and Nap and Cavanna contribute $1000 each. The partnership agreement is silent as to how profits and losses will be shared. One month after the partnership begins operation, Nap and Cavanna vote,

Forming a corporation: Acme Fireworks (Article Of Incorporation)

Assume the following facts: You operate the Acme Novelty Company, a sole proprietorship engaged in the manufacture and sale of party and holiday supplies. Your company makes such items as greeting cards, seasonal decorations, party favors, and birthday candles. Due to several customers' enquiries and a lack of manufacturers o

Affirmative Action and its impact on public and private sector employers

Describe the elements of Affirmative Action as it applies to public sector and private sector employers, and how it interacts with Title VII requirements of Equal Employment Opportunity. You should address (but are not limited to) the following: What employers are subject to affirmative action plans and why? What do th

Secured Transactions in Consumer Purchases

Consider the following scenario: Janice buys a refrigerator on credit from Excelsior Appliances. Janice's sales agreement treats the appliance as collateral. Janice loses her job; so, she sells the refrigerator to Henry and at the same time quits making payments to Excelsior. Henry is unaware of Excelsior's interest when he buys

The Harmon Candy Co. has announced a rights offering for its shareholders.

The Harmon Candy Co. has announced a rights offering for its shareholders. Cindy Barr owns 500 shares of Harmon Candy Co. stock. Five rights plus $62 cash are needed to buy one of the new shares. The stock is currently selling for $70 rights-on. a. What is the value of a right? b. How many of the new shares could Cindy

Finance: Stock rights, dividends, value of the right, EPS after dividend is paid

3) A firm has a market value equal to its book value. Currently, the firm has excess cash of $400 and other assets of $7,600. Equity is worth $8,000. The firm has 200 shares of stock outstanding and net income of $900. The firm has decided to pay out all of its excess cash as a cash dividend. What will the earnings per share b

Sexual Harassment

Need help in completing a 800 word assignment discussing abuse of power between a male supervisor and a female worker. The female just landed a large account and her supervisor is a flirt and wants to meet for dinner to discuss her expense report. She reports this unwanted act to Human Resources. At this point what happened to h

Forms of Employment Memo Law 530

Assessment Forms of Employment Memo. For this assignment, you are a mid-level manager at a large private university. Your boss, Chris Grey, is aware that you are in a degree program and are studying Employment Law. Chris sends you the following message: "I know you are taking a course in employment law, and I need your advice o

ADR Clause for a Team Environment

Topic: Can someone help me prepare an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) clause that can be used by a learning team to resolve disagreements among the team members. ( In 200 words) Guidelines: The clause must include at least one type of ADR in the clause; however, more than one type may be included. In addition

What are the issues and problems of Competing in the Cable Industry Emphasizing Verizon and Comcast Cablevision and How does Comcast compete with Verizon what are the critical services provided by

I have the following task, and I need some help getting started: Write a 15 pages research paper about comparing Verizon and Comcast to the wireless industry. The paper must be cited in APA form. The comparison should touch base on the following questions. What are the issues and problems of Competing in the Cable Industry Emph

Agency and Liability

Consider the following fact pattern. Jack tells several area car dealers that because of his special expertise with sports cars, the wealthy Dr. Robbins has hired him to find the doctor a unique sports car. Jack looks at many cars and test-drives quite a few of them. Jack finds one he believes Dr. Robbins would especially like.

Joan has always been a "hands-on" manager, a businessperson who becomes involved in all aspects of an operation. She is starting her own company, which will manufacture parts for the private aviation

Consider the following scenario: Joan has always been a "hands-on" manager, a businessperson who becomes involved in all aspects of an operation. She is starting her own company, which will manufacture parts for the private aviation industry. There is some potential for product liability in this line of business. Joan consult

When is a Web page Creator Subject to a State's Jurisdiction? Creating and maintaining a Web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues.

When is a Web page Creator Subject to a State's Jurisdiction? Creating and maintaining a Web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues. In this 1999 article, Christopher Wolf, and attorney at a Washington D.C.law firm, explains the evolving law on jurisdiction on the Internet. the questio

Torts is an area of law that is sensitive to our changing society. New causes of action are created by courts to address changes in technology, business structures and social issues.

Please see attached 1. Torts is an area of law that is sensitive to our changing society. New causes of action are created by courts to address changes in technology, business structures and social issues. Do you think courts should have the power to create new causes of action to address these issues? If not, how would y

Centralized Information Technology

What are the advantages of centralized information technology? Provide examples. Does centralized Information Technology benefit and/or contribute to Sarbanes Oxley Compliance? If so, how? Provide examples.

Negotiating a free agent's contract

Briefly summarize the case study "A Power Play for Howard, in Many Acts", October 27, 1996, by Bill Brubaker and Mark Asher. Evaluate the benefits (tangible and intangible), costs, and risks associated with negotiation Juwan Howard's free agent contract from the perspective of Juwan Howard and both teams and both general manager

Torts Occurring in the Workplace

1. What torts have occurred or may occur in your workplace? 3. Why is it important to protect intellectual properties? What are the characteristics of a trademark? 4. How can a contract be formed over the Internet? Explain.