An owner of a restaurant that serves tropical fish comes to you as an expert in seafood toxins with a problem. He received a letter from a legal firm representing a 50-year old male who claims he was a customer and ate at the restaurant 2 months ago. The man had diarrhea a few hours after eating a serving of barracuda, followed
Dracca is prohibited from selling its Funny Bunny toys in the United States because they do not meet product safety guidelines. Because there is a high profit margin on these toys, Dracca sells them overseas via electronic contracts. Dracca offered 100 cartons of Funny Bunny toys to a retailer in Canada known as Northern Toys, L
Identify a legal description of date rape so that the person filling out the survey knows what types of behavior are being described. Identify services available to rape victims that may include support groups, advocates, counseling availability, and crime victim compensation availability in your area.(I live in St. Croix U.
Does the principle of respondeat superior create unfair expectations for business in the United States? Are the limits to the liability enough? Attached is the case.
How would I make the case that the Infectious Disease Association of America has market power? This is in regards to an antitrust case by an attorney general against the Infectious Disease Association of America's development process for their Lyme disease treatment guidelines.
Part I: Assuming that the statement above is true that both terms do not literally mean the same thing, how does international criminal justice system differ from comparative criminal justice system? Explain the differences between a comparative criminal justice system and international justice system and how they are applied. P
Dan operates a factory that makes peanut butter in the City of Zealand. The factory has been making peanut butter for more than 50 years. Dan factory was located in an area zoned for factory use where 10 other factories were located. All of the other factories have closed. The factory emits smoke and the odor of peanuts. However
When iracing the issues. Please break apart each elements and prove it up based on the facts. Doug was watching television in his apartment. There was a loud party outside that was making it hard for Doug to watch television. Doug yelled out his window for them to quiet down, and Tom yelled back an obscenity to which Doug r
Defendant Woodson is an African-American male accused of murdering a white female in an apartment burglary. During the jury selection process, Prosecutor Forbes exercises only two peremptory challenges, excusing from service the only two African-Americans in the jury. An all-white jury is eventually empanelled, and Defendant Woo
Let's say there's a tournament with 10 participants. This is the only tournament of the year, and is the only source of income for each participant. There is $500,000 total prize money. How would you allocate the prize money among the participants (1st-10th) and why? How may this influence how you would design an individual tax system?
Let's say there's a tournament with 10 participants. This is the only tournament of the year, and is the only source of income for each participant. There is $500,000 total prize money. How would you allocate the prize money among the participants (1st-10th) and why? How may this influence how you would design an individual tax
Prepare for the debate by completing the following: Go to http://www.lectlaw.com/files/cur78.htm. Read the article "The Actual Facts about the McDonald's Coffee Case." argue that McDonald's did violate its obligation of care to the consumer by serving coffee at 185 degrees.
Terrorism plots against the United States have caused the government to create the Department of Homeland Security with the hope of leveraging federal, state, and local police agencies; intelligence agencies; and immigration agencies to cooperate in communicating findings and creating joint efforts to stop threats of terrorism or confront a terrorist attack. The current threat of terrorism has made many legislatures in Congress think about the United States combining all the police agencies into one national police organization. The centralization of power would stop the discombobulated nature of the 3 government levels of police and provide a clear, overall standard on how to police not only terrorism acts but crime in general. Should the United States combine all the police agencies into one national police organization? Why or why not? If you must consolidate the police, would you have to do the same to the criminal justice system? How would you create and establish such a police organization? Do you believe that the establishment of terrorism as a crime that can be committed domestically has changed community policing? How? Why?
Terrorism plots against the United States have caused the government to create the Department of Homeland Security with the hope of leveraging federal, state, and local police agencies; intelligence agencies; and immigration agencies to cooperate in communicating findings and creating joint efforts to stop threats of terrorism o
Bob was receiving an award in two weeks and wanted a new suit. Bob went to his tailor, Ned, to see if he could get a suit made in time for the award ceremony. Ned took Bob's measurements. Bob then picked out a black fine wool fabric. Ned told Bob that the fabric was out of stock, but he would try to locate enough for the suit.
In providing assistance to the states, Washington has in the past attached "strings" that have dictated state legislation. For example, all states now require that individuals be at least 21 years of age to drink alcohol; states adopted such rules because Washington conditioned transportation aid on enacting tougher anti-drinkin
Thomas Cascade retired from his law enforcement job and began painting portraits. He loved to paint and expanded his painting into landscapes. The Festival of Arts was coming to his hometown and Thomas was invited to exhibit his paintings. On Wednesday, September 1, Thomas went to the festival and displayed several of his landsc
I need help to comment not only on the strengths of your position but arguments likely to be raised by Sally, Betty d Sarah
Bob is tired of working as an attorney and decides to open a pet shop. Although Bob knows nothing about dogs, he decides to specialize in retrievers. Bob calls up Dog Breeder and orders 10 Black Labrador retrievers, 10 Chocolate Labrador retrievers, and 10 Yellow Labrador retrievers. All dogs are to be pure bred and male. Bre
Critical legal analysis of the law. This is not to say there is no body of established law or that there is no final legal result that comes about. When Clarkson says "no one right answer". The implication is that there are varied approaches with no single correct result. That does not mean that law is unpredictable. Therefore,
1. Regulatory laws seem to overwhelm the business environment, perhaps, as a response to the excesses of the market economy. Discuss the pros and cons of this regulatory trend and implications for business law and you as a manager/CPA. 2. Ethics has become the recent focus in business law. Discuss the pros and cons of this f
1 To understand the law and how it is applied in any given case, often is a question of understanding the underlying competing policies/interests at work. Often it is a balancing test that is used by the Courts to determine the final outcome of a particular fact situation. Please discuss your understanding of this and provide ex
Tommy was driving home from work and was changing a CD in his CD player. He did not see the traffic light had changed from green to red before he made it into the intersection. As a result, he did not see Susie crossing in the crosswalk and struck her with his car. When Tommy realized what he had done, he stopped the car immedia
Grace, the chief attorney (CA), asks you to draft a report that she will use in her presentation to the county commission. Her goal is to keep the victim witness assistant positions, which currently exist and increase the number of these positions in the future.
Grace, the chief attorney (CA), asks you to draft a report that she will use in her presentation to the county commission. Her goal is to keep the victim witness assistant positions, which currently exist and increase the number of these positions in the future. She knows that providing victim advocacy is a relatively new concep
Compare and contrast the traditional litigation system (such as suit, answer, discovery, trial, or jury) with the nontraditional forms of ADR (such as mediation, arbitration, negotiation, etc.).
Compare and contrast the traditional litigation system (such as suit, answer, discovery, trial, or jury) with the nontraditional forms of ADR (such as mediation, arbitration, negotiation, etc.). Answer the following questions: What are the risks that businesses and other organizations encounter when dealing with traditional
Could you please help me to understand the following legal concepts?: Describe the concept of Due Process. Be sure to define the adversarial system, identify the rights of the accused, and describe the process after a crime has been committed through post-arrest procedures. Also, could you please provide some links of sites
I need help with writing a brief: A. One evening, Kelly went to the movie theatre. When the movie was over, Kelly needed to use the restroom. As she emerged from the bathroom stall and approached the sink, Kelly slipped on a puddle of water in front of the sink, crashed to the floor and landed painfully on her shoulder. Earli
1.Modell owned 80 percent of the Cleveland Stadium Corporation (Stadium) and 53 percent of the Cleveland Browns Football Company (Browns). Gries owned 43 percent of Browns. The Brownsââ?¬â?¢ board consisted of Modell, the outside lawyer for both corporations, three individuals employed by both corporations, and Gries. Model
A second-year student at State College is majoring in music and uses a wheelchair to get around. Since he has been at State College he has been unable to use the music building on campus because it has really tall steps and no ramps. He has had others carry him into the building at times to use the facilities but considers this
Al went to Dana's gun shop to purchase a handgun and ammunition. Dan showed Al several pistols. Al selected the one he wanted and handed Dan five $100 bills to pay for it. Dan put the unloaded pistol and a box of ammunition in a bag and placed it on the counter. While Al was filling out the necessary registration papers, Dan went to the cash register to make change. As he was doing so, Dan noticed that the bills Al had handed him were counterfeit, and he exclaimed, "You rotten bum! You've given me phony money." At that moment, Al grabbed the bag that had the gun and ammunition in it and fled from the gun shop. Dan grabbed a loaded pistol he kept under the counter and ran after Al, yelling at him to stop. As Dan pursued Al down the street, he fired a shot into the air, and yelled, "If you don't stop, the next shot will stop you." Al kept running, and, as he did so, he loaded a cartridge into the pistol he had fled the gun shop with, turned, and shot toward Dan. The bullet struck and killed Dan. 1. What legal justification, if any, did Dan have for (a) pursuing Al, and (b) threatening Al with deadly force? Discuss.
Al went to Dana's gun shop to purchase a handgun and ammunition. Dan showed Al several pistols. Al selected the one he wanted and handed Dan five $100 bills to pay for it. Dan put the unloaded pistol and a box of ammunition in a bag and placed it on the counter. While Al was filling out the necessary registration papers, Dan wen
On July 5, 1884, four sailors were cast away from their ship in a storm 1,600 miles from the Cape of Good Hope. Their lifeboat contained neither water nor much food. On the 20th day of their ordeal, Dudley and Stevens, without the assistance or agreement of Brooks, cut the throat of the fourth sailor, a 17- or 18-year-old boy. T
If a town needs a new road and it's okay to seize property to build the road, or a town needs a school and it's okay to seize property to build a school, then why, if a town needs jobs and increased tax revenue, is it not okay to seize property to create the same? Is it easier to justify taking lower class homes due to cost?
I need help with writing a brief. Fiege v. Boehm Court of Appeals of Maryland, 1956 210 Md. 352, 123 A.2d 316 (This case may be found on Lexis®/Nexis®