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    Client Interview & Case Briefs; Analogizing/Distinguishing

    Client Interview & Case Briefs; Analogizing/Distinguishing Unit 4 Assignment Kimberly Glackin PA205-04 Kaplan University Professor Hermes September 14, 2012 Case Brief #1: Mitchell v. Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc., 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976). Facts: The plaintiff was terminated from the Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc. on June 4, 1974. On June 12, 1974 Mrs. Mitchell applied for unemployment benefits and was denied seven weeks of benefits by the Unemployment Security

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    Case Brief GM520, Legal, Political, and Ethical Dimensions of Business Style of Case and Citations Kelo v. City of New London 545 U.S. 469 (2005) Court Rendering Final Decision U.S. Supreme Court Identification of Parties and Procedural Details Susette Kelo and the other affected property owners (Plaintiff) filled a suit challenging New London's legal authority to take their homes in order to make room for Pfizer and the economic development plan. Discussion of the Facts

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    Case Facts: Suppose you come home one evening to discover that your teenage son "borrowed" your car and went on a spree. First, he dropped by his girlfriend's house to pick her up but once there met with considerable resistance from her parents. Her father stood menacingly in front of the car as your son started the engine, and your son, not one to be intimidated, yelled out the window that he would run over her father if he did not get out of the way. The father, who doggedly stood his ground until

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    Case Brief #1 Name: Thompson v. Clear Springs Foods, Inc., 148 Idaho 697; 228 P.3d 378; 2010 Ida. LEXIS 40 (2010) Facts: Judy Thompson, the claimant, has been an employee for the past 12 years at Clear Spring Food Inc. The company’s regulations state that during her two 15-minute breaks and 30-minute lunch break she must use a time punch card and notify her supervisor if she leaves the facility. During one of her 15-minute breaks Judy decided to go out and move her car “to avoid the risk of

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    Unit 1 Paper Pa205

    PA205: Introduction to Legal Analysis and Writing Unit 1 Case Study In 1984, the Republican Party met in Dallas, Texas for their national convention. President Ronald Reagan, seeking a second term in office, was to be officially named the Republican Party’s candidate for President. During the convention, opponents of Reagan’s policies organized a political protest in Dallas, which attracted over 100 protestors. Among the protestors was Gregory Lee Johnson. As the demonstrators marched through the

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    Case Brief

    v. Bourland 724 F. 2d 1142 Case Brief Instructions Please note that, unlike the case you have been assigned, the cases in the text have been stripped down to a fundamental legal issue related to the chapter of study and do not contain much of the procedural aspects you may find in your case. DECIDE ON A FORMAT AND STICK TO IT: Structure is essential to a good brief. It enables you to arrange systematically the related parts that are scattered throughout most cases, thus making manageable and understandable

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    Pa205-01 Unit 1 Writing Assignment

    University PA205-01 Unit 1 Writing Assignment 1.) The case study references one state statute. Identify it and explain what it prohibits. The case study references Texas Penal Code section 42.09(a)(3) which prohibits the desecration of a venerable object. 2.) Which branch of government (executive, judicial, or legislative) created the state statute? The legislative branch, the Senate and House of Representatives, of the government created this state statute. 3.) The passage

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    Case Brief Revised Jean Harshman-Beasley PA 401 August 6, 2013 Prof. V Corbo Case Brief Revised Civil v. I.N.S., 140 F.3d 52 (1st Cir. 1998) FACT; The petitioner, Lucienne Yvette Civil, sought political asylum under section 8 U.S.C. § 1158(a), on the well-founded fear if returned to Haiti, she would face persecution for her political beliefs. After being denied, Lucienne Yvette Civil appealed the Board of Immigration Appeals ("Board" or "BIA") decision affirming an Immigration

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    JetBlue Airways, Starting from Scratch Nicholas Billy Date of Case: October 9, 2001 22693 The major issue of this case is how will JetBlue address hiring and recruiting employees and acquire the skill sets necessary to support its anticipated growth. This case demonstrates a good value of the compensation function of the human resource management functions. What JetBlue focuses on is the different length of time periods each individual job they offer will be. For the flight attendants

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    Case Study Question Unit 3

    JUST FOR FEET, INC. CASE STUDY QUESTIONS 1) Prepare common-sized balance sheets and income statements for Just for Feet for the period 1996-1998. Also, compute key liquidity, solvency, activity, and profitability ratios for 1997-1998. Given these data, comment on what you believe were the high-risk financial statement items for the 1998 Just for Feet audit. 2) Just for Feet operated large, high-volume retail stores. Identify internal control risks common to such businesses. How should

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    Unit 3 Case Study

    the patient should be referred to a psychologist. 3. What is the usual treatment for this disorder? 2. Bacterial meningitis: Antibiotics intravenously, the antibiotics vary based on the type of bacteria infecting the body, the doctor also might use a cocktail of antibiotics and also treatment via cortisone medication. Cortisone is used to reduce the risk of complication neurologically such as brain swelling and seizures. 3. Viral meningitis: 1. Severe: If admission to

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    Case: Crunk v. Glover (1958) Facts: A woman was denied an abortion by a doctor afraid to violate a Texas criminal statute prohibiting abortions except "for the purpose of saving the life of the mother." The Federal District Court ruled the statute unconstitutional; there was a direct appeal by Texas to the U.S. Supreme Court. A man’s finger was bitten off by a bear while attending a community auction. Issue: Does the Texas statute violate a constitutional right to have an abortion? Holding:

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    Value Case Brief I Resolutional Analysis A Definitions B Principles in Contention: The Federal Government Should Change the Dodd-Frank Act Dodd-Frank makes certain amendments to the "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009" (the “Tenants Protection Act”), which affects post-foreclosure eviction procedures.  The amendments to the Tenants Protection Act found in Dodd-Frank were effective on July 21, 2010. The primary advantage is that the regulation ensures the safety of us residents’

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    A Case Study of Solar Cells- Unit 3- Edexcel

    Case Study of Solar Cells Solar cells or photovoltaic cells are a renewable source of electricity, harnessed from sunlight and thermal energy derived from the sun. It doesn’t emit any greenhouse gases (sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide) when producing electricity. During a sunny and clear day, sun rays can provide over a 1000 watts of energy per square meter of the planet’s surface. Photovoltaic cells are made of semi conductive material such as silicon. As the light ray hits the solar cell

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    Pa205 Unit 3

    Unit 3 Assignment Lerin Martin Kaplan University PA205 April 15, 2014 Zelma M. Mitchell., Plaintiff V. Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc., Defendant 89 NM 575,555 P.2d 696 (1976) Facts: On June, 4, 1974, the Plaintiff, Zelma Mitchell lost her job due to misconduct. She was working at Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc. Mrs. Mitchell applied for unemployment benefits shortly after on June 12, 1974. Mrs. Mitchell was denied unemployment benefits since she was terminated due to her

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    Pa205 Unit 9

    she got a tattoo that was visible on her arm and refused to have it removed. Natalie never received an employee handbook on policies and procedure prior to her being hired. Claimm of Apodaca 108 N.M. 175, 769 P.2d 88,(N.M. 1989) I think our clients case will be in our favor, she was terminated due to misconduct however, her tattoo had nothing to do with going against regulations because she never had anything in writing outlining what policies and procedures . Facts Natalie Attired began working

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    Case brief of Malaysia case To make the case brief it is necessary to divide our analysis in 5 phases: • Situation • Questions • Hypothesis • Proof and action • Alternatives 1) Situation Government of Malaysia is in front of big challenges, prime-minister is going to have very important meeting, where will be held discussion about future of the country. Malaysia developed its economy by exporting timber, and this caused destruction of local nature, which was a serious threaten for global

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    Case study Summery Timothy Spillane Mid-America Christian university Case study Summery The case study that I have chosen for analysis concerns nestle partners Blend coffee, which chronicles their launch into marketing within the realm of “fair trade” products. The source of this study is found in Macu’s library business source complete link via Datamonitor published in July 2007. The scope of the study covers the development of ethical business practices within the worlds largest food and

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    Case Brief

    Aubrey Grudowski Criminal Law Case Brief STANFORD v. KENTUCKY, 492 U.S. 361 (1989) 492 U.S. 361 STANFORD v. KENTUCKY 
CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF KENTUCKY JUSTICE SCALIA FACTS Petitioner in No. 87-5765 was about seventeen years and four months of age when he committed murder in Kentucky. After a juvenile court and several hearings he went to trial as an adult in a category for those who have committed Class A felonies or those under age sixteen who have been charged with a felony

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    jurisdiction to hear a constitutional challenge to a legislative apportionment? 2. What is the test for resolving whether a case presents a political question? Holding and Rule 1. Yes. Federal courts have jurisdiction to hear a constitutional challenge to a legislative apportionment. 2. The factors to be considered by the court in determining whether a case presents a political question are: 1. Is there a textually demonstrable constitutional commitment of the issue to a coordinate

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    Pa205- Unit 5

    committed actions which constituted misconduct under N.M. Stat. Ann.§ 59-9-5(b) (West 1953). Holding: Misconduct is not defined by the Unemployment Compensation Law within the New Mexico Statutes Annotated; however, the Wisconsin Supreme Court case Boynton Cab Co. v. Neubeck, 237 Wis. 249, 259-60, 296 N.W. 636, 640 (Wis.1941) formulated a definition which the Supreme Court of New Mexico adopted. This law states misconducted occurs with any of the following: disregards the standard of behavior

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    Case Brief

    Case Brief Rodman v. New Mexico Security Department 764 P.2d 1316 (N.M. 1988). Facts: Rodman had been employed by Presbyterian Hospital as a unit secretary for nearly eight years when, on February 17, 1987, she was terminated under hospital personnel policies following a "third corrective action" notice. Prior restrictions had been placed on Rodman's conduct due to personal problems adversely impacting upon her place of work. Issue: whether the misconduct which warranted termination

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    physical discipline on the son, and prohibited defendant from possessing firearms for the duration of the order. Also on 25 November 2002, plaintiff filed a complaint seeking child custody and support. That matter was merged with the domestic violence case protective order. On 31 March 2003, after a hearing, the court entered an order setting temporary child support. A permanent child custody and child support order was filed on 4 June 2003.   This order barred defendant from owning or possessing any

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    MEMORANDUM CASE BRIEF INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM CASE BRIEF To: Mr. Dudley Knox; Introduction to Law LGLA 1311-51001 From: Monica Holland Date: Friday October 24th 2014 IN RE: Introduction to the American Legal System Eighth Edition; Schulze, Patterson Upper Saddle River, New Jersey ------------------------------------------------- Assignment: I have been asked to brief a criminal case of my choice. It must be briefed on two headnotes, and one dealing with the Penal Code. The case must

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    Pa205: Case Briefs - Unit 4

    Rodman v. New Mexico Employment Security Department, 764 P. 2d 1316 (N.M. 1988) Facts: Ms. Billy J. Rodman, appellee had been employed by Presbyterian Hospital as a unit secretary for nearly eight years when, on February 17, 1987, she was terminated under hospital personnel policies following a "third corrective action" notice. Before her termination restrictions had been placed on Rodman's conduct due to personal problems adversely impacting her place of work. Ms. Rodman was reprimanded in

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    Federal income tax purposes. Both the RJR Nabisco case and the case we did in the class are regarding the graphic design of a product. Both cases are under section 162 but face different treatment. The case we discussed about in class talked about the improvement of external package of yoyo, which under Section 162 that this part of expense should be capitalized and cannot be deducted when the expense happened, while, the expense in this case is categorized as advertisement expense, which under

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    Firac Case Brief

    FIRAC Case Brief PA205: Introduction to Legal Analysis and Writing Angela Harbin Kaplan University Mitchell v. Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc., 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976) FACTS: Zelma Mitchell’s employment at Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc. was terminated for alleged misconduct. The alleged misconduct included refusing to administer medication as part of her duties, singing while counting medication which is unethical as it is a distraction, coming to work out of uniform on more

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    Kansas v. Cheever Marisa Freeman June 3, 2014 CJ506 Kansas v. Cheever Case Citation 134 S.Ct. 596, 187 L.Ed.2d 519, 82 USLW 4032, 13 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 13,303, 2013 Daily Journal D.A.R. 16,039, 24 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 492 (Westlaw, 2013) Facts In January of 1995, Scott D. Cheever killed Sheriff Matthew Samuels of the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Department at the residence of Darrell and Belinda Cooper in Hilltop, Kansas (The OYEZ Project, 2014). A few hours before Samuel’s arrived at the

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    Unit 4 Assignment Brief

    Assignment Title | Unit 4: Communication in Business | Assessor | Peter Green | Date Issued | 13th January 2015 | Hand in Date | 20th March 2015 | Duration (approx.) | 11 weeks | Qualification suite covered | Level 3: BTEC Diploma in Business | Units covered | Unit 4 | Learning aims and objectives | The aim of this unit is to inform you that the collection and management of business information, and the successful communication of that information throughout a business, is critical

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    Unit 2 Brief

    Unit 2: Business Resources (10 Credits) Assessment Sheet Name: ……………………………………………………………………………… | | | | | |Assessment Criteria |Achieved | | |Describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organisation | | |Pass 1

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    zoo, the defendant’s attorney maintains that they building’s residential status was obvious due to the electric fence – as evidenced by the collar on the dog. Procedural History: None  Issue: Whether the Illinois Dog Bite Statute applies in cases where the plaintiff is unknowingly trespassing. Holding: None Rule:  Cause of action (remedy sought): The following is an action to hold Mr. Androcles liable for injuries sustained to Harvey Woodley (under the Illinois Dog Bite Statue). Rationale/Reasoning:

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    correct in its holding that the Appellee in this case failed to present evidence establishing a medically diagnosable and significant emotional harm as well as a prima facie cause of action for negligent emotional distress? Holding The court ruled the district court’s decision is reversed. The cause is remanded with directions to dismiss. Rationale The court referenced previous case Parrish v. Omaha Pub. Power Dist. in their decision. In that case it was determined for a valid claim of negligent

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    Case: Roe v. Wade (1973) Facts: A woman was denied an abortion by a doctor afraid to violate a Texas criminal statute prohibiting abortions except "for the purpose of saving the life of the mother." The Federal District Court ruled the statute unconstitutional; there was a direct appeal by Texas to the U.S. Supreme Court. Issue: Does the Texas statute violate a constitutional right to have an abortion? Holding: (Vote: 7-2) Yes: The statute is unconstitutional because the constitution contains

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    Case Briefs

    Unit 3 Case Brief Jon E. Johnson Kaplan, University Unit 3 Case Brief Case: Mitchell v.Lovington Good Samaritan Center Inc., 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976) Facts: On 6/4/1974 the Petitioner, Zelma Mitchell, was terminated from her employment at Lovington Good Samaritan Center, INC., for alleged misconduct. On 6/12/1974, Mitchell applied for unemployment compensation and was found ineligible due to her being terminated for misconduct. She was found to be ineligible by an Unemployment Security Commission

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    was for conspiracy to bomb twelve United States commercial airliners in Southeast Asia. The second trial was for his involvement with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing attacks. Issues presented or questions of law: The issue presented in this case where that Yousef (D) believed that he was brought to the United States against his will from Pakistan. Arguments or objectives of the parties: Yousef (D) claimed that the U.S government surpassed their authority when they brought him on trial

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    Amendment protects the right of an accused. It does not authorize this Court to strike down federal or state criminal laws on the ground that they are not in the best interests of crime victims or the broader society." Significance Of The Case: This case is significant because it raises the question; Should a person be put to death that had no intent and did not kill a person or child but yet performed a sick hannis act?

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    Case Brief-Quick Trip Competitive Positioning Although Quick Trip is widely known as one of the major gasoline retailer agents, its forays into the retail food system cannot go unnoticed. The company has established major outlets throughout the United States providing competition to the traditionally established retail outlets. A major point of departure is the kind of food offered by this retail store. Selling of freshly cooked food is rarely done in the United States especially among the many

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    Case Brief-Quick Trip Competitive Positioning Although Quick Trip is widely known as one of the major gasoline retailer agents, its forays into the retail food system cannot go unnoticed. The company has established major outlets throughout the United States providing competition to the traditionally established retail outlets. A major point of departure is the kind of food offered by this retail store. Selling of freshly cooked food is rarely done in the United States especially among the many

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    Case Brief #4 I. Citation Montejo v. Louisiana 556 U.S. 778, 129 S.Ct. 2079, 173 L.Ed.2d 955 (2009) II. The Relevant Facts Montejo, who was a murder suspect, waived his Miranda rights and was interrogated at a sheriff’s office. He was brought before a judge for a hearing where he was appointed legal representation. Later that day, two officers visited him at the prison and asked Montejo to accompany them to locate the murder weapon, which he claimed he had thrown into a lake. He was read

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    conduct as conveying some sort of message. * Make sure the message does not cause a problem in society. 2. What 3 things must be present to have a valid restriction on commercial speech? [Hint p 19] * Seeks to implement a substantial government interest. * Directly advances that interest * Goes no further than necessary to accomplish its objective 3. What sorts of things are considered "Unprotected Speech"? [Hint p 20 and the Power Point] * Speeches that violates

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    Asssignment Brief Unit 14

    OCR LEVEL 3 CAMBRIDGE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE UNIT 14 – WORKING IN THE HEALTH SECTOR ASSIGNMENT 2 |UNIT TUTOR: |Nerys Brooks | |STANDARDISED WITH: |Ann Compton | |(Sign and date) |

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    | Department Work Related Learning | | Course Title: BTEC Level 3 National Subsidiary Diploma in Business | | Teacher Name : | | Assignment Title: | Unit 4: Business communication | Student Name: | GLH: 30 hours | Issue Date: | Draft Deadline: | Final Deadline: | Learning aims covered: 1. Understanding different types of business information 2. Be able to present business information effectively 3. Understand the issue and constraints in relation to the use of business

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    Unit 3 Delta Plastics Case

    Unit 3: Assignment Chapter 5 Delta Plastics Case 1. The different costs of quality that costs that Delta Plastics has been effected by are appraisal because Jose has to analyze the monthly quality report, internal because they rushed releasing the new product without quality testing and external because the if the customer receives a defective plastic product they will not want to buy any more and will tell their friends that it is a poor product. Delta Plastics traded off the prevention

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    Pa205 Unit 9

    evaluations, there was improvement in each case. The improvement shows there wasn’t a willful disregard for the employer’s interests. The holding of this case would likely not extend to Attired’s situation. In It’s Burger Time, Inc. v. New Mexico Department of Labor Employment Security Department 769 P. 2d 88 (1989) Apodaca was not accused of having poor work performance, but the question is whether the conduct in question affected the employer’s interests. In this case the, the employee was fired for dying

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    them from receiving a fair trial. Mr. Skilling argued that the court should have never tried him in Houston. Mr. Skilling pointed out prior cases where the Court decided that due to extreme media coverage there was a possibility of juror prejudice that required the courts to change the venue. However, I believe that Mr. Skilling’s case differs from these prior cases which were all in small communities, had media coverage that showed the defendant confessions, and trials that occurred right after the

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    Jessica Case Briefing #2 LaPlace v. Briere New Jersey Supreme Court, Appellate Division 404 NJ. Super. 585, 962 A. 2d 1139 (2009) Facts: A horse owner brought an action against the person who exercised his horse while the horse was being boarded at the defendant's stable. While the stable employee was "lunging" the horse, the horse reared up, collapsed on his side with blood pouring from his nostrils, and then died. Issue: Was the defendant or the trainer liable for the conversion and

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    Babatunde White Torts Case Briefs Yania v Bigan 397 Pa. 316 Parties: Plaintiff - Yania (decedent's widow) Defendant – Procedural History: Trial court dismissed the case; plaintiff appeals. Cause of action: Negligence Facts: Bigan engaged in a coal mining operation, and had trenches on his property for this purpose. The trenches were 16-18 feet in height, and contained water of 8-10 feet (water pump not working to take out the water). Yania went to Bigan's property for purposes of business

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    phone or have the owner call the police. The owner refused both requests and the patron’s father was shot and killed. The patron then brought action against the Circle Inn Owner for negligence in the death of his father. Issue The issue in this case is whether or not a business should be liable for wrongful death when an employee denies the use of the telephone to one of its patrons. The patron was trying to call the police in a state of emergency. Applicable Rule of Law Section 327 of

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    Pa205

    Unit 6 Assignment Kaplan University Introduction to Legal Analysis and Writing PA205 LEGAL MEMORANDUM To: From: Date: Subject: Natalie Attired Unemployment Compensation Claim Facts: July 2010, Ms. Natalie Attired filed and was denied unemployment compensation benefits on the grounds of “misconduct”. May 2009, Ms. Attired began employment with Biddy’s Tea House where she received work performance evaluation every 3 months during her time of employment. Ms. Attired received a total of

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    Ls311 – Business Law Unit 3 Case Study

    Running head: Double Jeopardy Unit 3: Case Study NAME LS311 – Business Law Prof. SNAME Case Armington, while robbing a drugstore, shot and seriously injured Jennings, a drugstore clerk. Armington was subsequently convicted in a criminal trial of armed robbery and assault and battery. Jennings later brought a civil tort suit against Armington for damages. Armington contended that he could not be tried again for the same crime, as that would constitute double jeopardy, which is prohibited

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