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    Employee discharge

    Please help me develop the following for a better understanding of my assignment: 1.Provide and discuss TWO different discipline and/or discipline situations in detail. 2. In each of the two scenarios that you provide, what led up to the employer's decision? Did everything go well from an HRM perspective? Discuss the proce

    Managing workplace discrimination

    Based on your reading of the major EEO laws, discuss ways to minimize the likelihood of discrimination and maximize the benefits of diversity in the workplace.

    Common law & same sex marriage effect on employee benefits

    Research two companies in the Fortune 500 that offer partner benefits. Compare and contrast the companies as you answer the following questions: - How do the requirements for coverage for domestic partners, such as length of the relationship compare with requirements for benefits of married couples? - Do companies usually re

    Human Resources Organizational and Training Development

    Discuss and describe three equal opportunity employment laws. Discuss how a organization complies with each of these laws. Family and Medical Leave Act (1993), Equal Pay Act (1963), and Americans with Disabilities Act (1990). Reflect on how these laws impact the organization as a whole.

    Future of SOX?

    What is the future of Sarbanes-Oxley Act? Use the information in the article referenced. (Legal Alert: High Court's Decision Next Term May Increase Sarbanes-Oxley Whistleblower Litigation)? Please use the link below: http://www.sutherland.com/NewsCommentary/Legal-Alerts/152031/Legal-Alert-High-Courts-Decision-Next-Term-May-I

    International policies and regulations

    Research an American firm/corporation that has been affected or is in the process of responding to recent shifts in international policies and regulations as they relate to foreign investment. Address the following question: 1.Has business globalization and the inception of e-commerce impacted the importance of such pol

    Enforcing contracts and non-compete agreements

    BUS670 ASHFORD UNIVERSITY Suppose that the Fabulous Hotel hires you as head chef under a two-year employment contract. After two years, another hotel wants to hire you. However, in the original employment contract you signed with the Fabulous Hotel, the following paragraph appears: "The below-signed agrees not to work as

    Adverse Possession and Easement by Prescription

    The Wallen family owned a cabin on Lummi Island in the state of Washington. A driveway ran from the cabin across their property to South Nugent Road. Floyd Massey bought the adjacent lot and built a cabin on it in 1980. To gain access to his property, Massey used a bulldozer to extend the driveway, without the Wallens' permissio

    Wal-Mart vs. Dukes - Employee Rights Regarding Discrimination

    Can you please help with a short description and history off the link below. This is about "Employee rights regarding discrimination" (150 words) and no, this is not an assignment. I have the assignment complete in a IRAC method but I'm struggling with history and description piece. http://www.propublica.org/article/the-impa

    Trademark law

    Hi, Can you help me with the following please: The answer to this question must contain five paragraphs. There is a part of the opening sentence for each paragraph. Please complete the opening sentence and add examples to make a paragraph for each, and mention the references you used for your answers: 1. The owner of a

    Help

    Q1: On March 10, 2007, John Carver executed his will, which was witnessed by William Hobson and Sam Witt. By his will, Carver devised his farm, Stonecrest, to his nephew, Roy White. The residue of his estate was given to his sister, Florence Carver. A codicil to his will executed April 15, 2007, provided that $25,000 be given to

    Concept of Adverse Possession

    Real Property - Texas Man Gets McMansion for $16 The concept of adverse possession is controversial to some. To the extent it seems unfair to the true property owner, what are the arguments on the other side? What, if any, are the societal reasons for recognizing the concept?

    Business law ownership issues

    Please analyze the questions below: 1. Smith and Jones each owned a one-half interest, as tenants in common, in a farm called Green Acres. Smith died in 1988. In his will, he left his share of Green Acres to his wife, Joan. In 1991, Jones made a gift of his share of Green Acres to his daughter and son-in-law, Wilhelmina an

    Property findings and violation of copyright

    I need help with the question below. - Please explain the "Property Findings" on ReDigi (150 words) https://www.legalzoom.com/intellectual-property-rights/copyrights/redigi-what-happened

    Legal Questions: Shareholders and Business Owner Liability

    Q1: Jerold Murphy and three others incorporated Country House, Inc. All four shareholders worked for the company. When the company had a surplus, it gave "bonuses" to the four individuals. Murphy initially contributed one-fourth of the capital to Country House, but he owned only one-ninth of the company at the time of the paymen

    Attorney Negligence to a Client, Issues in Global Warming

    Q1: Ralph W. Moores, Jr., was injured on the job while work­ing as a dock worker in Maine. After collecting workers' compensation benefits in the amount of $43,000, Moores brought a third party liability suit against the shipowners. Nathan Greenberg was Moores's attorney. The shipowners informed Greenberg that they would settle

    Auditor Liability to an Investment Company

    Q1: Equisure, Inc., was required to file audited financial statements when it applied to have its stock listed on the American Stock Exchange (AmEx). It retained an accounting firm, defendant Stirtz Bernards Boyden Surdel & Larter, P.A. (Stirtz). Stirtz issued a favorable interim audit report that Equisure used to gain listing o

    EMPLOYMENT LAW- Terminating Individual Employees

    An employer fires an employee in an employment-at-will state. The employee knows that the termination was not discriminatory but is concerned that the termination might have had to do with his outspoken nature about what he deemed to be unethical marketing practices of the employer. What possible legal theory(ies) might the empl

    Making Entrepreneurial Decisions

    Some people say that big decisions are memorable because of the impact they have on your surroundings. In relation to operations within an organization or to entrepreneurship, have you had a big decision to make that you will never forget? How about a decision you are making now or a decision you will make in the future? Did the

    Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

    Please summarize the question below using 3 paragraphs (6 sentences minimum for paragraph) using completes and your own words. Please keep your opinion out of the responses (only focus on the law). Please follow these directions. 1. Please provide a summary of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, popularly known as

    Case Study: Shell V. R.W. Sturge

    Can you give me some help on these two questions? Part A I need help writing this case brief. Original only please. Read the Shell v. R.W. Sturge Ltd. case and do the following: 1. Prepare a case brief. Refer to the "How to Brief a Case" Web page when preparing your case brief. If you can help me with about 600-700 word

    Uniform Commercial Code, Article 2

    The next primer you will prepare for your department's training series will acclimate your colleagues to the inner working of the UCC. Prepare a 2-3-page, double-spaced document explaining to your colleagues how to determine whether a valid contract has been formed in accordance with Article 2 (Sales) of the UCC. What is the pur

    Monopoly in EU & Copyright

    Supermarkets The Competition Commission enquiry into supermarkets, which began in April 1999, followed a nine-month investigation by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) into the major supermarket chains' business activities. The OFT identified three major areas of concern: the use of barriers to entry, the lack of effective pric

    Monopolies.

    Please help me to answer the questions using the cases in the attached file.

    Enterprise Risk Management - Internal Audit

    DQ1: œ7 Essential Elements of Enterprise Risk Management and the Role of Internal Audit DQ2: The five elements of a fraud and corruption management program are each very important. However, of those five, do you think any is particularly critical (more than the others) to the success of the program? DQ3: Those nine points

    Important Aspects of Employment Law

    1. Explain the elements of the claim of intentional infliction of emotional distress. Quote the actual elements of the claim and cite your source. Try to use the "best" source for your citation. (The textbook is not the best source.) Add a follow-up sentence(s) in which you explain what one of the elements means in practical ter

    Product Liability Law

    Please help to answer the questions using the case (file attached), based on the following criteria: 1. Evaluate the statutory provisions on buyer's and seller's remedies 2. Apply product liability statutory provisions