1. Describe in detail the process for obtaining legal informed consent from a patient. Explain specifically what must be covered and documented on the medical record. 2. How are crimes distinguished from civil wrongs? List and briefly discuss three of the six listed elements of criminal procedure and discuss at least one il
1. Please explain the importance of having Article 2 UCC provisions to identify who bears the risk of loss and whether you think the UCC has sufficiently provided remedies to for all possible situations. 2. Discuss the importance of UCC provisions that protect against bad faith, excessive prices and remedy meddling. Has
You are the public relations director for Robins in late 1972. Some disquieting information has come to you about the far-higher-than-expected physician complaints about the Shield. Top management has so far been concerned about such reports, especially because of Food and Drug Administration complacency. Develop a plan of actio
1. At what point in the Dalkon Shield's life did unethical practices first become apparent? 2. What should have been done at that point? 3. Can a firm guarantee complete product safety? Discuss 4. What strategy could Dalkon Shield use that would have minimized the problems Robins eventually faced? What might be some concerns
1. Discuss whether Article 2 applies to a blood transfusion given during an operation. Assume for the purposes of this question that the patient will have to pay for the blood supply. 2. On Tuesday, a hobby shop owner receives an order for a custom toy train that will need to be specially manufactured. That same day, the hob
Case Study: The United States produces approximately 241 million tons of corn annually, which is about 41 percent of the world's output. About 47 million tons are exported. About 35 percent of all corn grown in the U.S. is genetically modified. Corn grown in the U.S. is not separated by whether it's genetically modified or not;
EEOC Sues United Health Programs of America and Parent Company for Religious Discrimination Need help with the following; - A description of the compliance issue that led to the lawsuit and its ramifications for the organization. - A brief summary of the functions of the EEOC in one paragraph. - The EEOC's role in this law
Please discuss the following for the court case: Procedural History, Facts, Issue, Answer/Holding, Reasoning and Disposition. See attached file for the court case on TransAmerica Oil Corporation v. Lynes.
Rush Johnson Farms Inc. v. Missouri Farms Association, 555 S.W.2d 61. Identify the Facts, Issue, Holding, Reasoning and Disposition.
If you lived in a country outside the United States and wanted to come to the United States to work, to live, or to attend an institution of higher learning, what process would you follow? Describe a realistic or imagined scenario, and explain the legal process as outlined by the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Servic
"Tuberculosis can be a potentially more dangerous illness than AIDS or HIV due to the number of exposed persons at one time. Neither AIDS nor HIV are air borne illnesses, lessening the threat of exposure to others. Ethically speaking all persons with a debilitating disease reserves the right to due diligence from the professiona
Need help responding/offering discussion on the following statement. The Supreme Court ruling in this case appears appropriate given the impact it may have on future cases; that is, the decision seems just as much about setting precedent for future discrimination cases involving communicable diseases as it is about reaching a
1. Do you agree with the Court's decision? Why or why not? Would your answer change if the contagious disease was AIDS or HIV? Explain. 2. If it is shown that Arline could perform some other function in the school system besides teaching, and contact with others was not as prevalent as in the classroom, would you allow her t
Super Sal was the manager of a surf shop in Hampton, New Hampshire. He ran the shop, did all the advertising and split the summer's profits with his boss. His boss lent him some money to get him through the season before the split of profits. He signed a promissory note for the loan which stated that he would pay his boss at the
Should there be more restrictions on who is allowed to purchase firearms? Why or why not? What additional restrictions for firearm control might be more effective?
When Tiffany's boyfriend, Paul, unexpectedly lost his roommate and could no longer afford to live in his apartment, he moved in with Tiffany. her lease did not allow anyone who was not on the lease to occupy the premises. The landlord was not on the premises, so she was not worried about it being discovered. Her neighbor on the
Lyone, Inc. is a non-union manufacturer of consumer household goods. Their industry is largely union, yet they have remained without a union because employees have always felt that they could work well with management and that management protected the employees and treated them fairly. Recently, the employees have sought a pay i
1. Discuss undue influence as a challenge to mutual assent. 2. Which of the following will be considered as a valid consideration for a contract? The consideration is not bargained for. The party giving the consideration does not suffer a legal detriment. The party receiving the consideration receives a legal benefit
Many Americans marvel at the success of the Japanese economy and political system. They are also concerned with the recent setbacks in the Japanese economy. Describe the basic features of the systems, both its strengths and limitations. What are the similarities and differences with the American systems? Which of the Japanese ch
Outline the features and components of the Japanese political system. Highlight the interaction among its different parts and the influence of cultural traits on the functioning of the system.
Discuss the basic issues in Internet privacy? How does the US differ from the EU in its treatment of the issue? Choose an approach you agree with and explain your position.
IRAC The IRAC Method The IRAC method is an instructional tool that can aid students in the comprehension and evaluation of information so that they can make informed value decisions. It is an acronym for Issue, Rule, Analysis, and Conclusion. Although this is a legal model used to evaluate hypothetical situations in law cases
Summarize briefly the key facts of the Grokster case. Discuss the applicable law and legal issues in the case of Grokster case. Assume you are the CEO of Grokster. What could you do to make your service compliant with copyright laws?
The legal system in the United States is essentially a common law system that depends heavily on the decisions in previous cases. What does this system mean for the development of law, and how does this system affect the ability of firms to consider the legal impacts of actions that they are considering? Reference required.
Discuss two legal issues that have been difficult to deal with as technology has changes. example could include intellectual property, contract form or others you can think of.
Discuss specific reasons why the following questions should be avoided while interviewing applicants for a job; Do you have children or plan to have children in the near future? What was your maiden name or what language do you most frequently speak? Also please answer: Generally, what questions are "illegal" and sh
This is a case brief of Blinderman Construction Co., Inc. v. The United States - Citation: No. 53-82. U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, 695 F.2d 552. (1982) Provide a summary that follows the standard case brief format.
This is a case brief of Textron Defense Systems v. Sheila E. Widnall, Secretary of the Air Force - Citation: No. 96-1535. U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, 143 F.3d 1465. (1998) Provide a summary follows the standard case brief format.
This is a case brief of Appeal of University of California, San Francisco - Citation: 1996 WL 681971 (V.A.B.C.A.), 97-1 BCA 28,642, VABCA No. 4661 (1996) This summary follows the standard case brief format, including the following sections: 1) Case Name and Citation, 2) Key Facts, 3) Legal Issues Presented to Court, 4) Holdin
This is a case brief of Office of Personnel Management, Petitioner v. Charles Richmond - Citation: No. 88-1943. Supreme Court of the United States. 496 U.S. 414. (1990). This summary follows the standard case brief format, including the following sections: 1) Case Name and Citation, 2) Key Facts, 3) Legal Issues Presented to