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    Income Tax and Other Laws

    Please help answer the following true and false questions. Include explanations for each. Each state imposes an income tax on employees that is 2% of gross wages? Questions pertaining to religion, gender, national origin, or age are allowed on application forms when these are bona fide occupational qualifications for a jo

    Business law: Accepting gifts

    Please help with the following problem. Provide at least 100 words in the solution. Your company has a 100 million dollar contract to award to a vendor. The choice is between company A and company B. You provide your input to your boss who makes the final decision and chooses company B. At a congratulatory dinner, while maki

    Pressler and the GAP, Rights and Wrongs

    What strategic choices did CEO Pressler make during his tenure? Do you rate his strategic choices being effective? Were his cost-cutting strategies effective? What are some of his major accomplishments and failures? Please write a 1 page report.

    PV for Rookie Contract

    PV of a cash flow stream A rookie quarterback is negotiating his first NFL contract. His opportunity cost is 10 percent. He has been offered three possible 4-year contracts. Payments are guaranteed, and they would be made at the end of each year. Terms of each contract are listed below: 1-------------------2------------------

    Partnership - Business Law

    Please help me with the following: Partnership agreement containing all parts necessary to form the agreement. The facts of your case are: You and your best friend, Chris, have a business selling shoes at a flea market. They're special shoes. You and your friend make them yourselves and sell them at a handsome profit.

    Sole Proprietorship - Business Law

    Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a Sole Proprietorship. Discuss how a partnership either improves on the sole proprietorship or takes away from it.

    Employment Law II: Discrimination

    Rodriguez managed a Wal-Mart store at Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Following an evaluation, his performance was considered unsatisfactory, and he was demoted to assistant manager at another store. Rodriguez filed suit claiming race and national origin discrimination. Rodriguez pointed to two favorable previous performance evaluation

    Proprietary vs. Contract Security

    Locate two current news articles, one that addresses proprietary security and on that addresses contract security. Write a 700 to 1000 word paper discussing how each article depicts the respective role and draw conclusions about the advantages and disadvantages of each type.

    Protect your organization from legal liability for racial harassment

    You are the white manager of a large company who has been made aware of allegations that a troubling incident of verbal racial harassment of a black employee has occurred in your workplace and that the white first line supervisor of the black employee who reports to you took no action and joked about the alleged incident. State

    Most Important Business Issue

    Which issue (security, legal, business goals) would you consider the most crucial? Would it make a difference based on the type of business?

    Palmdale Human Service Agency

    Exercise 9.1 The following data represent total personnel expenses for the Palmdale Human Service Agency for past four fiscal years: 20X1 $5,250,000 20X2 $5,500,000 20X3 $6,000,000 20X4 $6,750,000 Forecast personnel expenses for fiscal year 20X5 using moving averages, weighted moving averages, exponential smo

    The American Legal System

    University of Chicago law professor Richard Epstein points out how quickly Americans turn to legal remedies rather than relying on informal social customs (negotiation, neighborhood groups, simply accepting small losses and disturbances rather than fighting about them) to resolve conflicts. In your view, why are social customs

    Amy and Eric wanted their son, Wyatt, to see a space shuttle launch.

    Amy and Eric wanted their son, Wyatt, to see a space shuttle launch. They contracted to rent a home near the space launch facility in Florida for the second week in June of 2004 so that they could see the launch and have a Florida vacation. The launch was scheduled for Monday of the week that they rented the house. On Thursday o

    Exploiting someone and their information

    Henry writes a series of essays that have an environmental focus. One of these essays contains a very detailed description of the workings of a forest ecosystem. A national environment organization opposed to logging in certain areas has copied this essay and includes it in materials that the group gives to members of the public

    Wacky Patents

    For this discussion, go to this website: http://www.bpmlegal.com/weird.html Select any one "wacky patent" for discussion. For your choice, state how this item meets the three part test for a patent (novel, non-obvious, and useful). Please discuss in detail. Consider what we learned in our lecture as well as in your tex

    Wisdom and Action Scenario (Law and Ethics)

    1. Analyze the following ethical dilemma from the perspective of rationality and respect. A local nonprofit organization that networks with other service agencies in the area was designed to fill gaps in needed services for families. This agency has been in existence for several years and has gained the respect of the communi

    The Natural School of Thought

    According to Cheesesman (2006), there are seven Schools of Jurisprudential Thought. The Natural Law School emphasizes a moral theory of law. Write about this school, including information about the development and history of the school and the current application of the school in criminal justice today.


    Hilda Homeowner said to her neighbor, Paulette Painter, "If you paint my house, I'll pay you $1,500. All you must do is finish by the end of the next month. My price assumes that you will pay for all of the paint and any needed supplies." Paulette decided to paint the house. She purchased some supplies as well as enough custom-c

    Reduction in Force (RIF)

    Reduction in Force (RIF) was a frequent dilemma that was also connected to hiring policies. Managers described filling permanent positions while knowing that a RIF could take place at any time. The procedure for RIF was also ethically problematic to managers: The part I struggle with is that under the RIF format, the supervisor