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    The Single European Act of 1987 was primarily intended to?

    The Single European Act of 1987 was primarily intended to: create more trade barriers between European countries. unify East Germany and West Germany. provide financial support for Eastern Europe. make regulations more uniform across industrialized countries in Europe

    Business Law: Statute of Limitations

    1. Do you think that Mr. Champlin should have consulted with the Navy before spending his time and money on this project? Consider whether there should be a time limit or statute of limitations regarding the forfeiture or non-forfeiture of title. 2. Consider what this rule might mean to businesses, particularly those that co

    Locate cases to illustrate Disparate Impact & Disparate Treatment

    I need help finding cases for these subjects. Disparate Impact/Disparate Treatment Case Study Find a case that illustrates disparate impact and a different case that illustrates disparate treatment. Include the following components in each case study: a. A brief description of the relevant facts b.

    Negligence and Duty of Care

    Explain whether Christina has a claim in negligence in any of the situation: (a) While Joseph worked as an electrician for Careful Services Ltd, a company which installed electricity for local authority houses. Joseph made a mistake when wiring a house in which Christina lived and operated a successful wedding dressmaking bus

    Negotiation process: use a third party, national arbitration, global mediation

    Question: Many times in the negotiation process the two parties may become stuck. At this juncture, it may be time to request a third party to help resolve situation. a. State a reason to use a third party b. State advantages and disadvantages of using a third party. c. Describe a recent global, national arbitration d.

    Business Law- World Court

    1. Is the International Court of Justice the first world court? 2. What are the procedures of the World Court? Are they similar to any US court? 3. What is an advisory opinion?

    Business Law

    1. What will be the long-term impact of electronic contracting on the nation's business? 2. What are the potential pitfalls you see with electronic contracting?

    Business Law: internet dating website. Analyze Ebay v. Bidder's Edge

    See the attached file. An idea for a home-based business - a website which helps lonely people find their perfect match by comparing different singles website services. Try to figure out how to design the Internet dating website so that it is legal and so that you do not get tangled up in a complicated lawsuit and answer t

    Business law

    8. Refer to Fact Pattern 20-3. If Elizabeth signs her name followed by the word "agent" on the purchase agreement without identifying Donald, then she may a. be held personally liable on the contract. b. be held personally liable on the contract only if she would have purchased the real estate herself. c. not be held perso

    Negotiable and Non-negotiable Instruments

    4. Medic Equip, Inc., manufactures medical devices. Tom is injured while using a Medic pacemaker and sues Medic for product liability based on strict liability. To win, Tom must show that a. he was in privity of contract with Medic. b. Medic did not use due care with respect to the pacemaker. c. Medic misrepresented a mater

    Business law: contract breach, damages, enforce agreement, refund, warranty

    9. Due to a rapid decline in the price of horseshoes, which can now be bought and sold for 50 cents each, Mark refuses to buy 1,000 horseshoes from Clark for $1 per shoe and thus breaches an existing contract. Clark is entitled to recover a. $1,500. b. $1,000. c. $500. d. $0. 10. Air Transport Company contracts to bu

    Business law

    0. Local Delivery Service contracts to sell its business to Regional Transport Corporation (RTC). Before the deal is completed, they contract to sell RTC's rights in the deal to National Distribution, Inc. This new contract will discharge the original contract if the new contract is supported by a. a mutual agreement to resc

    Business law: certification, copyright, patent, trademark rights violations

    1. Best Goods, Inc., and Great Products Corporation use the mark "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval" to certify the quality of their products. Best and Great are not in business together and do not own this mark. The mark is a. a certification mark. b. a collective mark. c. a service mark. d. trade dress. 2. George owns

    BUSINESS LAW

    21. Alan promises to pay Beth $500 to install a pump in his factory. Beth completes the installation. The act of installing the pump a. imposes a moral obligation on Alan to pay Beth. b. imposes no obligation on Alan unless he is satisfied with the job. c. is not sufficient consideration because it is not goods or money. d.

    Multiple choice questions on US Law

    1. The philosophy that the law is nothing more than the will of the sovereign backed by the threat of force, regardless of the law's moral implications, is called: a) Natural law b) Sociological jurisprudence c) Legal realism d) Positivism 2. A plaintiff may file a suit in Federal court only if which of the following is t

    Application of U.S. Law

    1. Springfield Sports ran an ad promoting aluminum baseball bats for $35. John Smith read the ad and went to Springfield Sports to purchase a $35 bat; however, Susan who is part owner of Springfield Sports, told him that there weren't any $35 bats and the advertisement had been a misprint. Susan then told John that Springfield

    US Law

    Background: Springfield Sports, Inc. is a sports equipment and memorabilia store in the state of Columbia, U.S.A. Springfield Sports sells sports trading cards and autographed photos, baseballs, bats, footballs, jerseys and other sports equipment and clothing. Homer owns 100% of the stock in Springfield Sports, Inc., and is th

    Business Law - True or False

    Springfield Sports, Inc. is a sports equipment and memorabilia store in the state of Columbia, U.S.A. Springfield Sports sells sports trading cards and autographed photos, baseballs, bats, footballs, jerseys and other sports equipment and clothing. Homer owns 100% of the stock in Springfield Sports, Inc., and is the President o

    US Law

    BUG, Inc., a company based in the city of Springfield, in the state of Columbia, U.S.A. BUG designs, manufactures, and sells electronic recording devices. These devices are used by law enforcement agencies (police, FBI, etc.) to intercept and record sounds and voices. The equipment taps into telephone wires, cell phone transmis

    US Law regarding BUG, Inc and electronic recording devices

    BUG, Inc., a company based in the city of Springfield, in the State of Columbia, U.S.A. designs, manufactures, and sells electronic recording devices. These devices are used by law enforcement agencies (police, FBI, etc.) to intercept and record sounds and voices. The equipment taps into telephone wires, cell phone transmission

    US Law

    Are these statements true or false? If a company admits that it sold a product with a manufacturing flaw that caused the plaintiff's injury, but offers the defense is that no amount of investigation, preparation, or quality control could have prevented the flaw, the company will almost always lose. In order to prevail on

    United States Law: Arbitration and the Power of Judges

    Do Judges in the United States have the power to change the law or create new laws by deciding specific disputes that are brought before them? A party to a binding arbitration who dislikes the result has the right to appeal the decision to an intermediate court of appeals. (True or False)

    US Law

    I am trying to figure out the answers to these questions. All lawsuits involving more than $75,000 must be heard in Federal Court. Is this a true or false statement? The Federal government regulates private business based largely on authority found in which provision of the Constitution? A. Supremacy Clause B. Ta

    US Law: liability under civil RICO, appellate court

    A business can be held liable under civil RICO for: A. Mailing 10,000 deceptive fliers every week for a year B. Putting false information in its website C. Undercutting its own prices to force competition out of the market D. Breaching a contract with the U.S. Government

    Negotiation Agreement

    As part of a union negotiation agreement, the Union Clerical Workers Union conceded to be paid every two weeks instead of every week. A major firm employing hundreds of clerical workers had a weekly payroll of $1,000,000 and the cost of short-term funds was 12 percent. The effect of this concession was to delay clearing time b

    Laws work

    I would just like someone to answer these questions 1. If you experience bullying at work who should you contact in the first instance. 2. List three examples of changes to your personal circumstances that would need that would need to be reported to your emplayer. 3. Give one example of a Health&Safety regulation and

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