The instructions are attached: Find a published case or article of Medical Negligence online. Research and 2 pages double space report. Must include the following guidelines in the research: ? Was there an apparent failure for the medical care practitioner to provide services rendered? Explain. ? What type of negligent ac
The Hon. Justice Potter Stewart once wrote: "There is a big difference between what we have the right to do and what is right." Give four examples of possible corporate business situations that would illustrate this principle and explain. The only thing I can think of so far is that a corporation could request a city to exe
Describe the role government agencies play in providing infrascture or influence on placing caps on malpractice suits.
Read the two attachments of the four vignettes and label them according to what type of law has been violated. The laws are: ? Criminal law ? Civil law ? Constitutional law ? Administrative law Please give full explanations of each law! Also, please note if they include any issues of: ? Assault and battery ? Def
After being injured in a motorcycle accident, Gary retained the law firm of High & Low to represent him in suing the other driver. Later, in an unrelated incident, Gary dislocated his shoulder and required surgery. Having no money to pay the surgeon, Gary signed a letter addressed to High & Low requesting that any money from the
I have been asked to discuss the pros and cons of public health officers/ environmental health officer having powers to force people to take action to prevent the spread of communicable diseases. I am to develop a conclusion about the appropriateness of the act and regulation in today's society. This is due to a civil liber
You have enjoyed business law so much that you decide to attend law school. All tests are administered on the honor system. The honor system requires that students not cheat and that they report anyone that does. During an exam you see your best friend trading answers with another student. What do you do and why?
How does common law differ from statutory law? The concept of common law vs. statutory law can be very confusing. Concise definitions are given with examples of each. Answer is original work derived from several years of teaching American Government.
Can you please explain when you feel a long term care facility should get malpractice insurance and what the indications might be for such?
1. In your opinion, which procedures surrounding sexual harassment complaints can/should be improved? How? 2. What standard of "hostile, threatening, and offensive" environment should we in fact use? 3. Average reasonable woman would find it offensive? 4. Average reasonable person would or should know that it is off
Would you know of a good case that defines institutional abuse that I could discuss in a paper I am doing?
In your opinion how would you modify or improve the present legal system. Why?
Is there an attainable, a better legal system than we now have? Explain.
Will you please explain the term "due process" and its place and purpose in our legal system as you understand it; what shortfalls in fairness or efficiency do you see occurring under the present legal system.
Will you please describe a case you are aware of or have witnessed, in which the doctrine of respondent superior was applied in a long-term care setting, or at least a health care setting? Can you please explain how the doctrine come into play? Who paid? Who was sued? On what basis was the suit brought?
I am preparing a paper for my law class, and need some help with some wording
Please provided the correct answer only, as I can check my text myself once I know the correct answer. Thank you. Multiple Choice Quiz: Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. Most laws that Canadians must follow concerning children area. a. federal c. int
These are a chapter review, so the best response is all I need, as I can look them up in the chapter. Thank you. Law Quiz 1. Laws can be thought of as a set of ____________ that regulate our conduct. 2. The two basic categories of law are ___________law and ____________ law. 3. A crime occurs when someone brea
My question is this: Explain why, in terms of monitoring costs and valuation costs, a court may be more willing to disregard the separate corporate entity where there is only shareholder or there are very few shareholders?
I need help with the following question: (1)To avoid continuing liability as a partner which of the following steps should be taken by a person retiring from a partnership carrying on business in B.C.? (Note: one or more sentences or phrases may apply). (a) Put an ad in the local newspaper advising all subscribers to the n
On the blank line beside each question below please write the letter corresponding to the sentence or phrase that best answers the question. Note: The sentences or phrases are listed after the four questions. (1) How does an "account receivable" arise? ____ (2) What is "equity" in terms of the interests represente
I would like a some ideas on the following topic: "Explain the inherent problems in our system of common law?" I'd like some insight into what are some major problems with a common law system. Thank you.
This question came from a Bar Exam. Can you help me with the answer. It is for review. Thank you. Question 4: You are an associate with an upstate New York law firm. A senior partner seeks your assistance concerning a matter presented by a new corporate client, Chips, Inc. ("Chips"). Chips manufactures two different co
Question Four: In May 1997, Own, a domiciliary and resident of Ontario, Canada, invited Pas, also a domiciliary and resident of Ontario, to take a ride in Own's new automobile. Own and Pas drove across the border into New York and had several drinks in a Buffalo tavern. On leaving the tavern, they met their friend, Fri, who a
A partnership is an entity for purposes of: a. suing and being sued by its creditors b. employment of its partners c. owning real property d. paying federal income taxes
The requirement that, to be negotiable, an instrument must promise or order payment of a fixed amount of money
The requirement that, to be negotiable, an instrument must promise or order payment of a fixed amount of money a. applies only to principal b. applies only to interest c. applies to both principal and interest together d. applies neither to principal nor interest
Which of the following is necessary for the attachment of a security interest? a. the filing of a financing by another creditor b. the completion of a written security agreement signed by the debtor c. the creditor's giving of value to the debtor d. the creditor's having preexisting rights to the collateral.
Electric City, a discount retailer with over 500 employees, includes a clause in its employment application stating that all future employment disputes will be resolved through binding arbitration. This clause most likely: a) will be considered valid by federal courts. b) will be unenforceable in federal courts. c) will
1. The form of ADR called court-annexed arbitration: a) Requires that a judge act as arbitrator. b) Requires that the arbitration follow the same procedures as would be followed in a regular civil case. c) Is a hybrid of mediation and arbitration. d) Involves the diversion of state trial court cases into arbitration.
In his dissent in Reynolds v. Sims, 377 U.S. 533 (1964), Justice John Marshall Harlan wrote, "The Constitution is not a panacea for every blot upon the public welfare, nor should this Court, ordained as a judicial body, be thought of as a general haven for reform movements. The Constitution is an instrument of government, fundam