Please help me to understand these issues presented and help me to understand the issue, law it's relevant to, how to apply it to the law, and what conclusion can be drawn from them. Thanks. SIDING: Juan owns a house in a poor area of a large city. A salesman visits his home, selling aluminum siding. Juan buys, and sig
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I am trying to figure out what laws would be applicable here and if I were formatting these two issue into: ISSUE, RULE, APPLICATION, AND CONCLUSION, how would I do so for each situation? Thanks. MUSTANG A woman buys the Mustang, thinking it was an 8 cylinder based on the salesman's representation, is there a breach of e
The Telecommunications Group of DWI owns and Operates several local telephone companies. One service that DWI provides to its commercial customers is the use of "900 numbers" by which third-parties (clients of DWI customers) receive products & services. Billing for these products and services is delineated as charges owed to DWI
I'm trying to understand the different kinds of laws in certain situations. What kinds of categories do these two scenarios fit in? Why? If putting in Issue, Application, Rule and Conclusion form, how would u respond to these? Thanks. EXERCISE ROOM A guest injured his shoulder when he lifted too much weight on the
A recent study by the Greater Los Angeles Taxi Drivers Association showed that the mean fare charged for service from Hermosa Beach to the Los Angeles International Airport is $18.00 and the standard deviation is $3.50. We select a sample of 15 fares. a. What is the likelihood that the sample mean is between $17.00 and $20.00
All ships owned by Denise's Enterprise Corp. (DE Co.) 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 the
What are the pros and cons of a two tier legal system?
What are the key internal and external factors that need to be considered when designing a control system for organizations and how have control systems been changed by Sarbanes-Oxley requirements?
Finders Weepers, Losers Keepers The News Journal, July 20, 2000. In 1943, During World War II, a Navy TBD-1 Devastator crashed eight miles of the coast of Florida. The entire crew survived and there is no indication that any efforts were made to locate the plane by the Navy. Collector Doug Champlin, the owner of an airplan
1. Use some type of property the you own (tangible or intangible, real or personal) and explain what rights you have relating to that property, and what rights others have to that property. I thought I would use my house. 2. How is insurance similar to a trust? 3. Why are holographic wills often recognized as valid, e
Please address the questions at the end of the scenario. Thank you. Details: Uniform Law for Computer Info Transactions is Offered National Law Journal, August 30, 1999. After more than 10 years of proposals, revisions and re-revisions, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) at long l
Please provide assistance with the questions at the end of the scenario. Thank you. Scenario: You are still working for the City of Bigtown's Counsel, and it seems that your work largely involves shooting down the mayor's "creative" ideas to boost tourism. He is taken with the idea of an advertising campaign developed
The mayor is taken with the idea of an advertising campaign developed around auctioning your city on eBay! He thinks that no one will take the auction seriously but that people will come to Bigtown to satisfy their curiosity.
The mayor is taken with the idea of an advertising campaign developed around auctioning your city on eBay! He thinks that no one will take the auction seriously but that people will come to Bigtown to satisfy their curiosity. As you and your boss are rolling your eyes at each other, you remember a similar situation - the Pepsi
Discuss the basic facts about OSHA, describe its purpose, standards inspections, rights and responsibilities?
Your sister has come up with what she thinks is a brilliant idea for a home-based business - a website which helps lonely people find their perfect match by comparing different singles website services. She intends to link to some of the top dating sites, several alternative ones, and a few regional ones. While she explains her
You work for the city of Bigtown's legal department. Bigtown has been trying for years to attract more convention business, but it has been unsuccessful to date. The new mayor was voted in on the tagline, "I'll make Bigtown the place to see and be seen." It's been six months since the mayor's inauguration, but tourism is, if
1. Given that rights have dominated several healthcare debates, how would you define rights as a healthcare provider and why? 2. What are the consequences of your definition? 3. What type of patient-provider model would best accommodate your definition of rights? 4. If rights also produce obligations - how can both pati
Use the Internet, your course resources, to complete the following tasks. In theory, once one understood the right, one should be able to reason out the correlative obligations. List at least two obligations to each of the items found in A Patient's Bill of Rights. Which of the included patient's rights are currently provided
What are the factors of an entrepreneur should consider when deciding the form of business entity to use for his or her new business venture?
What is the concept of a "bona fide occupational qualification" as it relates to employment discrimination, and give examples of when a "bona fide occupational qualification" would permit an employer to discriminate based on gender and religion?
A basic concept set out in the U.S. Constitution is "separation of powers." What is the meaning of this concept and why it is essential to our form of government?
Develop 5-6 questions that you believe are legal and get to the information needed for the candidate
Scenario: The Home Company had been a family owned call-center business for many years. Recently, it had grown so large that it had become impossible for the family structure to handle the 2000 employees that were scattered across the country. A Fortune 200 Company had acquired it and it now has a new Board of Directors.
What are the essential elements needed to create a legally binding contract? What remedies would you have as a party to a contract when the other party fails to perform its obligations as set out in the contract?
Supplier, Inc., a large wholesaler, had a contract with Grocery. Supplier sued Grocery for breach of contract when Grocery failed to place an order for goods by a specific date as specified in the contract. Each order was to be worth at least $550. Grocery contended that the contract Bill Green signed was a standard preprinted s
Using the Internet, advance a position on the following: Why is law not an exact science? What are the implications for healthcare?
The court typically looks at the reasonable expectation of privacy of the person claiming the violation. Does an employee have a reasonable expectation of privacy on company-owned equipment, using a system available to all other employees? Does the company have a counterbalancing right to protect its image and to prevent illegal
Do you feel an employer should be bound by, or liable for the acts of his or her employees in the normal course of business?
Enter into a forward contract to buy a 10-year, zero-coupon bond that will be issued in one year. The face value of the bond is $1,000, and the 1 -year and 11-year spot interest rates are 4% per annum and 9% per annum, respectively. Both of these interest rates are expressed as effective annual yields (EAYs). one year. The fac
Suppose that the company was also considering structuring the rights issue to allow for an additional share to be purchased for 10 rights at a subscription price of $3. Prove that a stockholder with 100 shares would be indifferent between purchasing a new share for 10 rights at $3 or purchasing a new share for 20 rights at $6.
Consider the following cases on Bankruptcy and Reorganization. Petition In March 1988, Daniel E. Beren, John M. Elliot, and Edward, F. Mannino formed Walnut Street Four, a general partnership, to purchase and renovate an office building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. They borrowed more than $200,000 from Hamilton Bank to purc