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    Binding Contracts and Liability Claims

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    Identify a government agency that affects an organization. Explain the responsibilities of the agency and how it affects your organization.

    Consider the elements required to form a binding contract. Explain how a legally binding contract can be created online.

    What actions does organizations generally take to protect itself from liability for discrimination or sexual harassment claims?

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    Please see response attached (which is also presented below), including one supporting article. I hope this helps and take care.

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    1. Identify a government agency that affects an organization. Explain the responsibilities of the agency and how it affects your organization

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - The US Department of Health and Human Services agency responsible for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of all drugs, biologics, vaccines, and medical devices, including those used in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of HIV infection, AIDS, and AIDS-related opportunistic infections. The FDA also works with the blood banking industry to safeguard the nation's blood supply. This government agency also regulates industries and labels food and related items such as medicines and cosmetics clinicaltrials.mayo.edu/glossary.cfm

    It affects organizations through setting quality standards that the organization must meet. For ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution identifies a government agency, the responsibilities of the agency and how it affects an organization. It then considers the elements required to form a binding contract, and explains how a legally binding contract can be created online. Then, the actions that an organizations generally take to protect itself from liability for discrimination or sexual harassment claims are detailed. Supplemented with a highly information article on e-contracts.

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