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KKK and the U.S. Constitution

You are the Director of the Public Library in your hometown. The library is funded with tax dollars and with some private contributions. Your boss is the Mayor of the City. You and all of the library employees are city employees. One morning you receive a letter from the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). The letter requests that it be allowed

Business Law Questions

1. Microsoft sells Windows OS and will only sell it if the buyer also agrees to purchase Microsoft Messenger. It does not sell messenger separately. Is this legal? What should the government do? Support your answer with appropriate arguments and references. 2. Study the NYSE's Web site and write a note about its regulatory

Business law

You are invited to attend a meeting with the firm partners and staff working on the call center contract situation. You are told at the beginning of the meeting that relations between your firm (Snow & Snow) and a client have broken down. First, your law firm has learned that the client has been intercepting your firm's mail and

Cowboy Corporation Arranged a Repurchase Agreement

Cowboy Corporation arranged a repurchase agreement in which it purchases securities for $4.9 million and will sell the securities back for $5 million in 40 days. What is the yield (or repo rate) to Stanford Corporation?

Unlawful act

Need some help in preparing a 400 word paper discussing the following scenario. You have been given information about an unlawful act being perpetrated at the firm. Two of the firm's non-professional employees, Jerry and Ben, plot to steal money from the firm by falsifying invoices. They put their plan into action. Breyers, an e

Dividend Yield & P/E Ratio & Rights Offerings

1.Stock in Rich Corporation is currently selling for $25.00 per share. The firm's dividend yield is 10%. A. If the firm distributes 40% of its earnings, what are its earnings? B. What is the firm's P/E ratio? 2. The Gold Mining Corporation is seeking to raise $10,000,000 through a rights offering. The company presently

Business Law - analyzing liabilities

Read the complaint filed in the Rhode Island Night Club Lawsuit. (use link below) http://fl1.findlaw.com/news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/rifire/roderiquesww30403cmp.pdf write a judgment analyzing the liabilities of the parties

BUGS Inc.

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 ho

Differentiated Teaching.

How to write differentiated instructions for each of the following objectives: Contrast moral vs. ethical decisions Describe the ethical obligations that arise out of the professional duties of the claim adjuster Identify the typical conflicts of ethical behavior among claim adjusters Understand the "Rules of Pr

Non-compete agreement

The scenario is a company which is hiring a software engineer to specially design new software for the company's use, and the company wants to enter into a non-compete agreement with the software engineer. Need help in preparing a paper discussing any statutes and case laws in the US regarding non-compete agreements, and then

Legal and Illegal Interview Questons

Use the Library or other Web resources to develop a questionnaire that managers will use when they are interviewing applicants. This document must contain: The name of the position that the candidates will be interviewing for - At least 12 permissible questions that will be asked to all candidates - A summary of illegal qu

Business Ethics Problem: Insider Trading

Please help answer the following question. Provide at least 100 words in the solution. Martha Mart owned stock in Napkin Inc., a company that she is also a director of. During a board meeting, she was informed that a new product that was to be launched by Napkin was not approved by the FDA. Knowing that once this information

Factors Considering injury Trials

1. What factors might you consider in deciding whether to insist on a jury trial? 2. Name two forms of discovery. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? 3. You file a complaint for breach of contract, claiming that you are owed $300,000. The day you file your complaint, your opposing party offers to settle by

Hiring practices

Read the case study about Julie (**see attachment). Based on the issues described in this case, propose new hiring practices for the company to follow. In your proposal, be sure to address the legal and ethical issues involved in discrimination and affirmative action policies.

Business Proposal - New Hiring Practices

Read the case study about Julie (**see attachment). Based on the issues described in this case, propose new hiring practices for the company to follow. In your proposal, be sure to address the legal and ethical issues involved in discrimination and affirmative action policies. Thank you

Promissory Note for a Loan

Clinton William executed a promissory note as general partner on behalf of Monica West Office Condos, Ltd. (the partnership). He also executed a guarantee written by the Bank which limited his liability to 25% of the indebtedness. This note was for a loan issued by Congress Bank. The loan was also secured by a deed of trust f

Contractual obligation in elder care

Recently, in certain jurisdictions, courts are imposing a contractual obligation for the care of an elderly relative like a parent, infirmed aunt/uncle or other relative. For instance, if a person provides financial support such as sending $500 a month to such relative and/or is responsible for taking the relative to doctor's ap

Contract Entering Situations

Identify two instances where you enter into a contract on a daily basis that is not necessarily in writing. Should a gratuity in a restaurant be a contract? Is a unilateral contract formed when restaurants demand a tip of "18% for parties of 8 or more

Select an industry in the United States.

Select an industry in the United States. What type of business organization would be best suited for that industry? Address factors such as ease of formation, ability to raise capital, limitation of individual liability, and cost, including tax considerations.

Business Law/Ethics

While attending a class at a University, you find a satchel (briefcase) in front of a vending machine. The satchel contains a chemical formula which you recognize at once to be the cure for all known strains of the common cold AND also contains schematics and other digital representations of an innovative device to deliver the

Ethical Business Law Perspective

Explain how you would analyze the following situation from an Ethical business law perspective. You are the President of AnyName Corporation. You have just become aware that entry-level employees have been releasing toxic chemicals into the storm drain located in the gutter of the street right in front of your office windows

Rights and Obligations

"Drug use is information that is rightfully private and only in exceptional cases can an employer claim a right to know about such use." Defend or oppose this statement. How is your response to this assignment consistent with the moral philosophy (GOLDEN RULE) you described in the Unit 1 discussion board assignment? Explain.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - United States of America (USA)

What is the assessment of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? Is it likely to be a major hindrance for U.S. multinationals? What position should the U.S. government take regarding the tactics used by foreign multinationals in international competition? I need some ideas and suggestions. Thank you.

Separation: Taxable Earnings

Matt and Sandy reside in a community property state. Matt left home in April 2006 because of disputes with his wife, Sandy. Subsequently, Matt earned $15,000. Before leaving home in April, Matt earned $3,000. Sandy was unaware of Matt's whereabouts or his earnings after he left home. The $3,000 earned by Matt before he left home

Worker's compensation laws

Please help with the following problem regarding worker's compensation laws. Provide at least 100 words. What are the objectives of worker's compensation laws? How do you describe the employers' obligations under these laws? How should an employer assure employee privacy when processing claims under workers' compensation la