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    Age Discrimination Case

    Carter was hired as a disc jockey, by Warren, when he was aged 54. Two years later, during economic hard times, Carter is laid off by Warren. Carter brings a claim of age discrimination against Warren. On the basis of these facts alone what is Warren's best defense to Carter's claim? Explain?

    Qualified with a Communicable Disease

    1. What factors must be taken into account in determining whether an individual with a communicable disease that is a disability is other wise qualified for the job? (need 300+ words of information)

    How Federal and State employment laws differ

    Describing how the federal and state systems of government may or may not differ in their application of employment laws. Provide at examples of an employment protection that is provided by your state system, (Texas) but not by the federal system.

    Employment Law and Ethics

    1. Which of the following statements is true regarding the relationship of law and ethics? a. The legal requirements will almost always be the same as the ethical requirement because the law is based on the ethical standards. b. In some cases ethics will require a higher standard of conduct than the law, but never vice versa.

    Torts and Liability

    Please explain each of the following and give examples of real cases where possible: What torts may occur in your workplace (Restaurant)? What types of product liability may be applicable to restaurant? Why is it important to protect intellectual properties? What are the characteristics of a trademark? Thank you!

    Dress Code Policy & Discrimination Laws

    1. Can the President of a company implement the "dress code" policy as stated? What do you think and give your reasoning? 2. If a temporary contractor is performing work for an organization and was irate because they worked on Good Friday holiday was not paid double time for her work, like other employees of the organization

    Long Term Care Facility - Healthcare

    Will you please enumerate what duties of a facility you find to be paramount and why and please state reasons for priorities and where you feel these duties clash? Why and how should this conflict be resolved?

    Title VII and the Workplace

    What is the history and evolution of Title VII, and the impact of Title VII in the work place? Who is covered or not? What policies should employers have in the workplace to avoid any violations and sanctions from the government?

    The process of filing a complaint is briefly noted.

    What is the process of filling a discrimination complaint? For example, if John Doe works in the private sector orgainization but wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer, what will be the protocol for him? What agencies must he contact first? Can he go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court?

    Application of the Objective Theory of Contracts

    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 around auctioning Bigtown on eBay! He thinks that no one will take the auction seriously but that people

    Salt Lake City Olympics scandal and the link to Bigtown's Situation

    Can you please give me an example of one of the questions (the first one) below in point format, with the accompanying notes? I do not want an OTA to do my assignment for me, I just want ideas of what to include in one slide and notes. Please put it in point form, though, so it is easy for me to put into PowerPoint format.

    An attorney's failure for filing a client EEO case one day late is embedded.

    An attorney failed to file his client's EEO case within the 90-day required period. The attorney alleges that he simply miss counted the days. Is there any case law (equitably toll) available that would support an attorney's failure for filing a client's EEO case one day late? Also, if there were no law cases that would suppor

    Types of Contracts

    Raj went to the Napa Valley Harvest Festival, where he stopped at Tina's booth where she was selling paintings of vineyards. Raj admired a painting of vineyards, which did not appear to be for sale. Raj said to Tina, "I will give you $200 if you give me that painting right now." Tina gave Raj the painting, and Raj gave her $2