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    Landlord bound to its agreement to share the utility costs

    Real Estate Investments, Inc., owns and manages an office building. Se­cure Insurance Company agrees to lease the building for five years. Un­der the lease, Secure is obligated to pay all of the utility costs. Two years into the term, Secure asks Real Estate to modify the lease to provide that the utility costs be split equall

    Contract Creation and Management - MBA 560

    I am working on the "Contract Creation and Management" Simulation (MBA 560 UOP). I represent the party needing the software. I need help with this section. These are the instructions: Run the "Contract Creation and Management" Simulation on your own before meeting with your Learning Team. Identify the elements of a contra

    Tax Law

    How do court decisions lead to changes in tax law?

    Martha Stewart Case - Indictment Responsibly

    I need assistance with answering the following Ethics questions regarding Martha Stewart. As a CEO, did Martha Stewart handle the indictment responsibly? Specifically looking as what she said and did. References: http://www.cheatingculture.com/marthacharges.htm http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/sns-ap-martha-stew

    Weighting the End-State Goals

    During week one, you identified a preliminary problem statement and end-state goals for InterClean. Now that you have had a chance to review these, what are the end-state goals against which you will measure your alternatives? How will you weight each of the end-state goals in the evaluation matrix you create in step five? W

    Tax Law Case

    Case: Gregory v. helvering, 293 US 465 (1935). If you can't open the case you can find at at findlaw.com. See the attached file.

    Case Portfolio

    I need help creating a case portfolio of seven personally briefed business law cases. Including one case from each of these topics: 1. Basic Business 2. Real Properties 3. Intellectual Properties 4. Business and the Bill of Rights 5. Administrative Agency 6. Torts Relating to Business 7. Contracts

    Legal versus Ethical

    A U.S. sleepwear manufacturer discovers that the chemicals used to flame proof children's pajamas might cause cancer if absorbed through the child's skin. These pajamas were then banned from sale in the U.S. Some manufacturers sold the pajama material to distributors in other countries where there was no legal restriction again

    SOX

    Recent changes brought on by Sarbanes-Oxley and the PCAOB have made the subject of how accounting standards are set both important and timely. b. Describe the objectives of financial reporting and its role in the economy. c. Analyze the role of ethics in financial reporting.

    Personal Assets

    I am a widow and have no share in this corporation, however my mother-in-law and her three remaining sons are on the Board of Directors. The sons have been taking money under the guise of 'shareholder loans'...now there is nothing left. My mother-in-law has suffered from severe depression and is an alcoholic since my husbands

    Effect of Motor Carrier Act on US trucking industry

    Explain: (a) In what way the U.S trucking industry exemplified the capture theory hypothesis of government regulation prior to the passage of the Motor Carrier Act of 1980 and (b) the result of the passage of the Motor Carrier Act in 1980.

    Contract Law

    A man recently hired a realtor to sell his home. The realtor brought a couple to the house and they decided to buy it. The standard sales contract was signed by all parties involved. The contract included a clause that said the seller would provide $500 for any repairs that may be required after an inspection. The inspect

    Explain the applications of agency law in the business environment.

    I was looking at the entertainment industry and how agents usually represent actors, musicians, authors, athletes in the industries of publishing, music, theater, show business and sports. Here's my breakdown: Question: Explain the applications of agency law in the business environment. Everyone that is a professional r

    Determining Stock Prices: Example Problem

    A company's stock currently sells for $45 per share. Last week the firm issued rights to raise new equity. To purchase a new share, a stockholder must remit $10 and three rights. a. What is the ex-rights stock price? b. What is the price of one right? c. When will the price drop occur? Why will it occur?

    Law Rulings Analysis

    ****In a case decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals or the 8th Circuit, Crone v. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) a UPS dispatcher was denied a supervisory position because her boss feared drivers would make her cry. Read the case and discuss the outcome of the case, whether the holdings of this case could lead to unlawful excus

    Compensation, Discrimination & Influencing Shareholders

    1. Barbara purchases a Radartel cellular phone. One of the reasons she bought this was for security because she lives alone and often travels alone. After using the phone for about a week, she noticed that the rechargeable batteries (supplied in the phone by the maker) lasted a shorter time than claimed by the manufacturer. On

    Preparing a case brief for a civil case

    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.

    Stock price and stock ex-rights

    A corporation has issued rights to its shareholders. The subscription price is $50 and five rights are needed along with the subscription price to buy one of the new shares. The stock is selling for $59 rights-on. What would be the value of one right? If the stock goes ex-rights, what would the new stock price be?

    Jenkle Legal Services

    First year partner, received a $2,000 monthly guaranteed payment. Share of ordinary business income was $55,000. If his combined income and SE tax rate on his earned income is 30 percent, compute his after-tax cash flow from partnership assuming the following. a. In addition to his guaranteed payments, Mr. Fallon received a $

    International Flag of Convenience Laws

    All ships owned by DWI are flagged in the Bahamas and Liberia. The "flag of convenience" rules have both public law and private law implications. Private law comes into play in the employer-employee, passenger contract, and cargo contract obligations of the ship. Public law also interfaces with these rules in that ships and comp

    Fundamentals of business law

    When is a Web Page Creator Subject to a State's Jurisdiction? Creating and maintaining a Web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues. In this 1999 article, Christopher Wolf, an attorney at a Washington D.C. law firm, explains the evolving law on jurisdiction on the Internet. The questio

    Advantages and disadvantages of a franchise agreement.

    Ralph Emerson thought he'd been a librarian long enough, and when the opportunity to open a small tobacco, pipe, and cigar shop in the newly renovated downtown business district arose, he was ready to act. Pipe Dreams is a franchisor of smoke shops, and was founded eight years ago by a noted tobacconist in New York City. The con

    Business Law

    When is a Web Page Creator Subject to a State's Jurisdiction? Creating and maintaining a Web page that is accessible from anywhere in the world poses new jurisdictional issues. In this 1999 article, Christopher Wolf, an attorney at a Washington D.C. law firm, explains the evolving law on jurisdiction on the Internet. The questio

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