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Legal Construction of the Employment Environment

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission vs Chicago Miniature Lamp Works. I need help answering questions pertaining to this case. 1) Would an unbalanced workforce due to word-of-mouth recruiting alone ever constitute

Union membership

Union membership has been declining in the United States for many years. What do you think are the major reasons for this?

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Please see attached case study on Petruska vs Gannon University and please help me answer the following questions on the case study. 1) Do you agree with the court's decision? Explain. 2) As a manager in this situation, how do you think you would have handled the chaplain's complaints? 3) Given the power that religious orga

The Regulation of Employment Relationship

Althea, who is African-American has been a deejay for a local Christian music station for several years. The station gets a new general manager and within a month he terminates Althea. The reason he gave was that is was inappropiate for a black deejay to play music on a white Christian music station. Althea sues the station.

minimum wage

In a global competitive world, do you think minimum wage is a good thing?


I need some help with the foll. Please see the discussion question(please cite references if/where possible)..Thanks Application of Nondiscrimination Laws to Faculty Employment Decisions Case Summary The School of Engineering at Elite University, a private, non-profit university, has four departments: Electrical Engine

Employment law

NATLEX is the databse of national labor, social security, and related legislation maintained by the International Labour Standards Department of the International Labour Organization (ILO). Visit NATLEX and learn more about employment laws around the world * Summarize one law in Turkey and explain t

Employment Law

How do we balance affirmative action and equal protection principles? As to public and private sector employees discuss: a. What employers are subject to affirmative action plans and why? b. What do the plans require employers to do? c. What happens if employers do not meet the goals of the affirmative action plan?

Employment Law: Potential Reasonable Accommodations

An individual without legs is otherwise qualified for the following positions: security officer on a graveyard shift, single coverage; parking attendant at a rental car company; and heavy equipment operator. Which position would be the best fit for the individual and why? What are potential reasonable accommodations?

Hazard Reports - Vehicle Safety Violations

How would you handle this situation: You have received several hazard reports from control tower personnel dealing primarily with vehicle safety violations such as entering a taxiway or runway without permission, failing to yield to moving aircraft and so on.

4th Amendment's Protection of Unreasonable Searches and Seizures

Please describe the "emergency administrative search" exception to the general rule that a warrant must be issued for a lawful search. What is "reasonable suspicion" in the context of the 4th Amendment? What is "probable cause" in the context of the 4th Amendment?


Using the acquired skills of IRAC writing, brief the case UNITED STATES v. EPPERSON. You do not need to recite any facts. Begin with your issue statement, then fully identify and explain the rule of law the court applied, present the court's application of the law to the facts, and set forth the conclusion.

Concise memorandum outlining the elements of strict product liability on a Cessna.

You are director of risk management for Cessna, a company that designs, manufactures, and sells general aviation aircraft. In response to a request from a new member of Cessnaâ??s board of directors, draft a concise memorandum outlining the elements a plaintiff must prove in order to impose liability on Cessna under strict liab

Legal Risk in Employment in the state of Vermont with three problematic scenarios dealing with employment-at-will, sexual harassment and gender discrimination, and workers compensation.

Looking for some direction on 3 legal encounters. The following three Legal Encounters involve NewCorp, your employer. You are required to provide a brief answer to the questions asked at the end of each encounter. Your boss expects a substantive answer, not simply a recommendation to refer matters to an attorney. The major

False Accusations - Sexual Harassment Validity

What type of actions can be taken against those employees who claim sexual harassment but have no basis and end the career, marraige, and reputation of someone who did nothing but IGNORE advances by the accuser? Where is the line for zero tolerance?

Ethical Position of a Manager Department

You are the manager of a department and you think many hours are being lost at work because people are using their office computers for personal matters during business hours. The head of IT can install spyware on every computer in your department to monitor what each employee does. The two company VP's give you conflicting advi

Business strategy problem

In order for an eligibility test to be legally validated as an effective gauge of performance, an employer must show that the test is a business necessity, as well as predictive of job performance. As employers, how can one determine if there is a business necessity?

Place of Secondary Authority in Research Plan

The law firm has a client, Lara Perez, who is currently 53 years old and was recently terminated from her job at Acme Telecommunications. Ms. Perez worked for Acme for 15 years at the point that her employment was terminated. Ms. Perez has a bachelor's degree and started at an entry-level position, but worked her way up to a man

Organizing Campaigns

Do you think that there should be any limits on employer and union campaigning? Give reasons to support your answer. If you agree, what type of limits would you suggest? Why? An example would be helpful.

Different Roles in Criminal Justice

Categorize each of the following roles as an administrator, a manager, or a supervisor. *Sheriff *Corrections lieutenant *Police chief *Court bailiff *Judge (of a rural, single-judge court) Provide the rationale for your categorization. In your response, include the agency each role would administer or the employees each

State and Federal law

1. What is the difference between state and federal law? 2. What is the difference between the court system and ADR and why would you use one over the other? 3. Knowing what you know about our legal system, what changes do you feel need to be made if any?

Discuss specific employment situations and issues

Discuss specific employment situations and issues you have encountered or have been exposed to in books, movies, TV. A made up scenario is acceptable too. Include what you know about employment conflicts, questions, grievances, lawsuits, etc., whether encountered personally or otherwise. Analyze the experienced employment sit

Disability within police force is discussed.

Discuss the respective interests involved in having police officers with the physical ability to perform the job, contrasted with a disabled worker who deserves to be treated humanely.

Business and Cyber Crime

Joe, the owner of a small hardware store, is desparate need of money to pay off his gambling debts. To obtain the money =, he burns down his store and attempts to collect the insurance proceeds. The fire, however, also spreads to he next building, which houses a family. One person dies and three others are injured. What crimes h

Business and cybercrimes are solved.

You are a teller at the local bank. Anotjer teller informs you that he has the perfect scheme to earn extra money. His friends will come in with forged checks, and he will accepted them. To avoid getting caught, he will route the checks to the wrong department and they will get lost in a pile of paperwork. He says that if you wa