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Attached is are two current (within the last two months) news article that discusses a business dispute (contracts, accounting, intellectual property, employment, etc.). Please choose one article and give a detailed discussion that identifies the legal issue in dispute, the court process that is being used, or will be used, to r

Karen is going downtown to shop.

6. Karen is going downtown to shop. She pulls her car into a parking lot, stops, pays for and receives a ticket, parks her car, and leaves. Karen keeps her keys and may get her car at any time. Several hours later, when Karen returns, she learns her car has been stolen. Which of the following statements best describes this situa

Law and Pay issues

Can someone please provide some valuable information that can assist me with the following. I am having a hard time putting it all together or at least finding information that I can use. Law and Pay Issues The EEOC Website on ligitation statistics includes a chart of suits and resolutions brought by the EEOC from 199 to

Simple Contract and Memo

1. Draft a simple contract with following info: used computer equipment 5 each of monitors, printers, desktop 4 installments for 2,000.00 2. Draft memo explaining why draft is valid.

Organizations and human rights issues and mission statements

Written Assignment: 1. Write a 250 word explication (Essay 1) of how you believe places of employment might both reinforce, as well as potentially violate, human rights resolutions, both domestic and global. 2. Research some Mission Statements of several corporations. You can readily access such statements

Journal Entry: Orlow Co. pays $12,000 to Pizner Insurance Co

BE3-5 On July 1, 2006, Orlow Co. pays $12,000 to Pizner Insurance Co. for a 3-year insurance contract. Both companies have fiscal years ending December 31. For Orlow Co., journalize and post the entry on July 1 and the adjusting entry on December 31. Prepare adjusting entry for prepaid expense BE3-6 Using the data in BE3-5

Help! This is confusing.

The concept of intellectual property rights has become big business in our informational or computer age. With regard to patent, copyright, and trademark infringement, corporations have become aware of the need to protect their intellectual and intangible property interests. A couple of examples are "non-compete" clau

Law and Ethics as a Source of Personal Ground Rules

Ground rules have been discussed in relation to ethics and morals and the lives we lead. From the authors' views, and your own interpretations, answer the following questions in relation to organizational ethics: 1) What are the sources for personal ground rules? 2) What are the sources for organizational ground

Collect Sports (CS) is a sport memorabilia store in Any State, U.S.A. CS sells sports trading cards and autographed photos, baseballs, bats, footballs, jerseys and other sports equipment and clothing.

Can you please help me with the attached case study? This was due last week and I got almost all of the questions wrong or marked as incomplete. Assignment: Using the scenario, give detailed answers (identifying the appropriate laws and legal theories to the following questions. Scenario: Collect Sports (CS) is a sport me

Let's say Charlie Consumer walks into Val Vender's lapidary shop.

This is a type of "essay" question in law that allows you to play the judge, to determine the right law to apply to the facts in order to make the ruling. I want you to play the judge and determine who will win the case. This is a contract law issue, and can be solved by properly finding the applicable principles of law.

Title VII violations

What policies should companies have in place to avoid violations of Title VII and its amendments?

Law - Unemployment Compensation

Other retail businesses in the mall in which your sports shoes shop is located have decided to open on Sundays from 12 noon to 6 P.M. You decide to follow suit, but two of your employees refuse to go along, saying it is against their religious beliefs to work on the Sabbath. You terminate their employment. They apply for unemplo

It seems that some Leaders have become complacent about their Integrity since the Enron and Worldcom years. Despite Codes of Conduct and Sarbanes/Oxley, Leaders still need watch their Integrity.

I went through many leadership programs, seminars, books, articles and other leadership products. I found many of these well meaning but lacked capturing the complex context in which leaders live. I found that the best leadership lessons were learned from experience, the key lesson is the absolute importance of Integrity. I

Life insurance contract from a terminally ill client

P3-46. The viatical industry offers a rather grim example of present value concepts. A firm in this business, called a viator, purchases the rights to the benefits from a life insurance contract from a terminally ill client. The viator may then sell claims on the insurance payout to other investors. The industry began in the ear

Life insurance contract from terminally ill client

P3-46. The viatical industry offers a rather grim example of present value concepts. A firm in this business, called a viator, purchases the rights to the benefits from a life insurance contract from a terminally ill client. The viator may then sell claims on the insurance payout to other investors. The industry began in the ear

Pete's Pizza employs Quincy as a delivery driver.

I need help to answer these questions. Q#1 Pete's Pizza employs Quincy as a delivery driver. Pete's guarantees that an order will be delivered within thirty minutes or there is no charge, and insists that its drivers meet the limit. One night, while making a delivery, Quincy is caught in a traffic jam. To deliver the pizza

Legal Interview Questions

Legal Interview Questions State each question in column below as Legal Question / Illegal Question 1 Are you a US Citizen? 2 Where were you/your parents born? 3 Are you authorized to work in the US? 4 What is your "native tongue"? 5 What languages do you read/speak/write f

What do check and balances mean, and how do they function?

1)What do check and balances mean, and how do they function? 2)What areas of the Constitution pertain to your organization or business? 3)What are differences between the burdens of proof for civil and criminal trials? 4)When can a person be tried civilly and criminally for the same incident? 5)What are the advantag

Basic Legal Steps

You purchase an electronic item and it does not fulfill the promises that the company advertised. In addition, this electronic item causes injury to you. Assume that this civil case will be taken all the way to the appellate court. Outline and describe the basic legal steps that are generally taken.