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
Attached are HW questions about employment law.
Please help with the following question. Locate the U.S. Constitution by using an online source. Review the U.S. Constitution and then answer the following questions. What article and section addresses the subject of a presidential veto of a bill passed by the House and the Senate? What is necessary in order for the Hou
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
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
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
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
Need help in preparing an editorial about one of the 2 topics. It has been argued that many environmental laws and regulations are too costly and can not be justified by their benefits. Do you agree or disagree? Explain using specific examples where possible. It has been argued that urban sprawl is the root of many enviro
Consider the internal control process required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Do you think the expenses of implementing better internal controls are offset by the benefits of having the controls?
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
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
Identify five other ways in which the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995 will potentially change auditors' legal liability.
4-15 Identify five other ways in which the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995 will potentially change auditors' legal liability. Explain how each is of potential benefit to the auditor. 4-17 a. Identify how the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 changed the audit environment for auditors. b. Identify and explain new liabilities
Can you help find me a recent example where SOX rules have "saved" a company or the general public from a loss.
You work for a national fast-food chain as a store manager. Recently, the CEO and CFO of your corporation were indicted for securities law violations. The violations were actually a series od accounting frauds committed by you and a group of other restaurant managers who were skimming profits off the top from your store receipts
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.
Please see attached Appendix. Appendix E Matching Tort Exercise* Differentiate between intentional torts against persons, intentional torts against property, and torts based on negligence. Use the text book to help you find answers. Example Check box for each example under the category that fits it best Intentional Tort
Which kinds of organizations would be better off acting as large organizations, and which are best trying to act as big-company/small-company hybrids?
Which kinds of organizations would be better off acting as large organizations, and which are best trying to act as big-company/small-company hybrids? If you were managing a department of college professors, how might you structure the department differently than if you were managing a department of bookkeepers? Why?
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
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
I have to answer the questions below in 250 words. I have been reading the chapter and don't fully understand these questions. #1. What is a forward contract? How is a forward contract used to manage risk? Under what circumstances is this instrument most appropriately used?
Which torts could potentially impact your workplace? (healthcare)
Scenario: Grocery, Inc. is a retail grocery store chain based in Any State, U.S.A. Grocery has stores throughout the United States. Tom Green works as the produce manager for the store in My Town, U.S.A. Jeff Fresh, 17 years old, is spending his summer vacation working for Tom in the produce department. a. Practice Assign
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
Employment Law Discuss specific employment situations and issues that could or would happen at a credit card company (Telephone Customer Service or Call center), include an employment situation conflicts, questions, grievances, or lawsuits. Analyze the experienced employment situation and describe the legal actions taken to
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
What duties does an agent owe to the principal? (200 words) Can you help me get started with this assignment?