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    Marietta V. Lorenz Case Analysis

    facts: In the case of Martin Marietta v. Lorenz, Lorenz is suing over the claim of wrongful discharge. Lorenz held a degree in advanced engineering and had at the time of employment complete all of the necessary work for a doctorate in metallurgy except his thesis. Prior to his employment with Marietta in 1972, he had been employed with Boeing Company in Washington for sixteen years working on defense and aerospace projects and specializing in fracture mechanics, which involves the study of the fracture

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    Case Study 2: Information Security and the National Infrastructure Tamika C. McCray Professor Darrel Nerove SEC 310 – Homeland Security July 19, 2012 In reading the article, I gather that our country’s natural resources might be at very real danger due to cyber threats. I am once again surprised that there is no effective plan in place for protecting these very important resources. In any company that has something to lose, there should be appropriate security measures taken in accessing

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    Price Suggestion on The Current Marketing Mix Bibliography In brief, this assignment is concerned about marketing management. It covers in details about the concept of marketing mix with the aid of Sony organization which I have taken as a case study in exploring the way this organization has applied the marketing mix. In this assignment the following points are going to be discussed: 1. Sample List of Marketing Mix being used by the organization. 2. Find out if the marketing mix used by

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    Capital Market Segment- Case Study Analysis I. Case Problem – Problem Statement What would be the action plan or transition plan for the day after the event? II. Analysing Case Data Resources are rising its costs same with the wages and yet the profit itself is all-time low. The most affected in this issue in the first place is the company. They are paying the salaries and wages yet the profit they got are not the satisfying and also the employees who will be terminated in two

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    CASE STUDY I: A real estate company owns 800 acres of undeveloped land on a scenic lake in the heart of the Aravalli mountains. In the past, little or no regulation was applied to new developments around the lake. The lake shores are now dotted with vacation homes and hotels. Because the lack of sewage service, septic tanks are in extensive use, most of which are not properly constructed. Seepage from the tanks has resulted in a severe water pollution problem. To curb the degradation in the

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    This case study is an excellent example of how different types of parties can be brought together in a large scale transaction and how the original energy of those early meetings can be lost over time. I imagine that when Anthony Athanas was purchasing those old piers back in the 1960s many, if not all, of his colleagues, friends, and family members told him that he was off his rocker. I’m sure Athanas was looking at this land as his family’s ticket to financial prosperity and somewhat of a legacy

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    Case Analysis on Balfour V. Balfour

    NAtional Law University, Orissa Case Analysis On balfour v. balfour Submitted to submitted by Prof. Rangin Pallav Tripathy Nikhil Saini Assistant Professor of Law 12/ B.A. LL.B/041 School

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    Case Study Alibaba Final V 1.1

    Case study Alibaba.com International Business Alibaba.com case study I. Case Background Alibaba.com is the flagship company of Alibaba Group, is the world’s largest online business-to-business trading platform for small-and-medium size businesses. Founded in 1999 by Jacky Ma in Hangzhou at eastern China, Alibaba.com has three major marketplaces. The company’s English language international marketplace Alibaba international (www.alibaba.com) serves to bring together importers and exporters

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    Case Study the Globalization of Ebay V 1.1

    localized in over thirty countries. The company manages eBay.com, an online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a broad variety of goods and services worldwide. Case: The Globalization of eBay International Business the Globalization of eBay Case study I. Case Background eBay Inc. is an American multinational internet consumer-to-consumer corporation, headquartered in San Jose, California. It was founded in 1995, and became a notable success story of the

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    Case Study Decision: Consideration-You Be the Judge (Kim V. Son)

    Introduction The following case study provides an analysis of central idea of consideration and when the contract is enforceable because the agreement lacks consideration. In addition, discussion of multiple sources of law such as common law and the Uniform Commercial Code will summarize the difference between those sources and help to determine which one is applicable in the reviewed case study. Case Study As a recap of the facts, Jinsoo Kim invested about $170,000 into two companies part-owned

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    Week 7 Case Study: Deal V. Spears

    Week 7 Case Study: Deal v. Spears HRMG 5700 December 8, 2013 Deal v. Spears Case Summary This case is about a woman named Sibbie Deal that was employed at the White Oaks Package Store that operates as a liquor store located near Camden, Arkansas and it is owned and operated by Newell and Juanita Spears. She began to work at this store on December 31, 1989. Around April 21, 1990 the store was broken into and about $16,000 was stolen. The Spears were under the suspicion

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    Keller V. Inland Metals All Weather Conditioning, Inc Case Study

    CASE STUDY: IMPLIED WARRANTY In this paper, Keller v. Inland Metals All Weather Conditioning, Inc. case will be reviewed to determine if Inland Metals made an express warranty and if they breached it. A warranty is “a guarantee that goods will meet certain standards” (Beatty, 2008, p.231). Warranties can be written or an oral agreement that is given by the seller or manufacturer to the buyer. When the seller’s actions or words convey that the goods will meet specific criteria, it is an express

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    Case Study: Weil V Theron

    fraud” (Weil v Theron, 2008).This paper will discuss how the contract between Raymond Weil and Charlize Theron was allegedly breached; the Defendants available defenses, and the remedies available to the Plaintiffs. Contract Denver and Delilah Film, DDF, is owned and operated by Theron. DDF is “both a film production company and a so-called ‘loanout’ corporation. A loan-out corporation enters into agreements whereby Theron renders services of various kinds to third-parties” (Weil v Theron, 2008)

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    Kentucky V. King Case

    the case that represents the vote of the majority of justices Dissenting opinion is an opinion that is written by a justice who disagrees with the majority Concurring opinion is an opinion that agrees with the decision but may disagree with the some of the reasoning behind the Court opinion, or may elaborate on a point made or introduce further relevant information 3. List the major differences between trial and appellate courts. Trial courts are the courts where cases start

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    Salomon V. Salomon Case

    Salomon v. Salomon & Co. [1897] A.C. 22 (H.L.) Salomon v. Salomon & Co. (1896), [1897] A.C. 22 (H.L.) is a foundational decision of the House of Lords in the area of company law. The effect of the Lords' unanimous ruling was to firmly uphold the concept of a corporation as an independent legal entity, as set out in the Companies Act 1862. | | Background: Aron Salomon was a successful leather merchant who specialized in manufacturing leather boots. For many years he ran his business as a sole

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    Nino V. the Jewelry Exchange Case

    Case Study #1 Nino v. The Jewelry Exchange Case After reading chapter 1 and the Nino v. The jewelry Exchange Case, I have researched the answers for the questions asked at the end of the case study. 1. What was the legal issue in this case? What did the Court Appeals decide? a. The legal issue was discrimination towards his gender and nation origin. The Court Appeals decided to reserve Districts Courts order compelling the parties to arbitrate. 2. What does it mean for a contract

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    Unit V Case Study

    McDonald’s Case Study V McDonald’s perceived product positioning maps in comparison to their corporate strategy do line up to what is expected. There are areas for improvement in relation to their direct competition in every town. In reference to EPS/EBIT, it is relevant to their strategy implementation. McDonald’s product positioning maps do line up with their corporate strategy. Their strategy or motto is “Plan to Win”. When I think of a fast food restaurant winning, I think of winning over

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    Contempory Employment Relations: Employee-Contractor Case

    CONTEMPORY EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS EMPLOYEE-CONTRACTOR CASE Introduction: 148 There are a few different ways in which organisations can employ people. The two most common methods that businesses use are to employ people into the company as an employee or as a contractor. According to the IRS, under common-law rules, ‘anyone who performs services for an employer is an employee if the employer can control what will be done and how.’ On the other hand the IRS defines a contractor as ‘an

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    Doenz V Garber Case

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    Case Study - Transamerica V. Lynes

    TransAmerica Oil Corporation v. Lynes, Inc & Baker International Corporation Case Brief Issue: This is a case of breach of an express warranty, subsequent decision, and appeal in the State of Kansas and the issue is whether or not breach of an express warranty warrants an award of damages under the Uniform Commercial Code. Facts: Harold Brown, TransAmerica's president, purchased 10 production injection packers typically used for temporary purposes, but advertised as a permanent

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    Case Study: Delia V. E.M.A. Et Al

    Case Study: Delia v. E.M.A. et al Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx University of Maryland University College HCAD 650 Fall 2012 October 5, 2013 Case Study: Delia v. E.M.A. et al This paper reviews a case study of a medical malpractice suit that resulted in a claim against the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services for their practice of recovering settlements paid for medical expenses. Legal controversies with medical impact rarely reach the United States Supreme Court because such cases

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    Yvette J. Davis HM-310: Health Care Law & Government Regs. Professor Mark L. Vrooman Assignment: Case Study January 25, 2013 Due Date: No later than Week 8 Case: Mother refuses Blood, Spouse Disagrees (Perkins v. Lavin) pg. 417-418 Summary: Mother (Plaintiff Perkins) signs a form state the refusal of a blood transfusion, due to religious beliefs. Her husband who is not of the same religious beliefs, consented to a blood transfusion, which was administered. Mother files

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    Case for Case Studies

    A Case for Case Studies Margo A. Ihde Liberty University Author Note Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Margo A. Ihde, Psychology 255-B05, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Va. 24515. E-mail: mihde@liberty.edu A Case for Case Studies Case Studies are utilized across many disciplines including but not limited to medical science, political science, social science and psychology. There is however some confusion as it relates to the use of case studies. The first

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    Marcellis G. Jugo Ms. Maria Paz Magsalin BSBA-MKTG MGT3-10:30am-1:30pm/Friday Case: Gold Star Chili I. Company Profile: Gold Star Chili is a restaurant chain based in Cincinnati, Ohio, that sells Cincinnati chili. The original restaurant was established in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Mt. Washington in 1965 by four brothers from Jordan. Gold Star Chili is the "Official Chili" of the Cincinnati Bengals. Gold Star Chili was founded in 1965 by four Jordanian brothers in Mount Washington

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    Case Study: Keller V. Inland Metals

    Beyth-Shan Yodhhewawhe Unit 2: Case Study AC502: Regulation Case Study: Keller v. Inland Metals Kaplan University June 21, 2014 Case Study: Keller v. Inland Metals Express warranty can take numerous diverse procedures, whether verbal or written, and is chiefly an assurance that the merchandise will come across an assured side by side of value and dependability. If the merchandise flops in this esteem, the producer will repair or substitute the merchandise for no supplementary responsibility

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    Francisco St. Louis Bangkok Bogota Caracas Kuala Lumpur Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan Montreal New Delhi Santiago Seoul Singapore Sydney Taipei Toronto Contents About the Author Preface v PART ONE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT Evidence-Based Consulting Practices 1 iv Organizational Behavior Case: Conceptual Model: Dream or Reality? 30 Chapter 2 Environmental Context: Globalization, Diversity, and Ethics 31 1 Learning Objectives 31 Globalization 31 Diversity in the Workplace 34 Chapter

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    Christy Matheny Regulation 11/10/2014 Kim v. Son Case Study Reading and learning about the Kim v. Son case was very interesting and brought up different contract principals to examine. In this study we see that Jinsoo Kim invested money into two corporations owned by Stephen Son. The two businesses ended up failing and all of Kim’s investment went down the drain. Down the road, after the downfall of the corporation, Kim and Son met to eat and drink where Son made an intoxicated promise with

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    Southern Recreational Vehicle Company Case Study I. Background of the Study Southern Recreational Vehicle Company of St. Louis Missouri announced its plans to relocate its manufacturing and assembly operations by constructing a new plant in Ridgecrest, Mississippi. The firm, a major producer of pickup campers and camper trailers, had experienced five (5) consecutive years of declining profits because of spiraling production costs. The costs of labor and raw materials had increased alarmingly

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    IME 6120 PRODUCTION OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT SAKETH REDDY DUMPALA WMU ID #068431546 Case Study-2 1(a) The Penang Mutiara which is located on the lush greens of the Indian Ocean coast of Malaysia is one of the most luxurious hotels of South-East Asia. This hotel is owned by PernasOUE of Malaysia and managed by Singapore Mandarin International Hotels. This luxurious hotel gives its best quality of service to its customers. According to the Penang Mutiara hotel the quality of service means helping

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    Case Study for Keller V. Inland Metals All Weather

    Case study for Keller V. Inland Metals All Weather Unit 2 Assignment 1 Prof. Elaine Lerner By: Meghna Tanna Date: February 21st, 2015 Facts of the case: Keller (plaintiff) installed a dehumidifier costing $30,000 from Inland Metals Weather Conditioning, Inc. All Metal was contacted by Keller as they had some issues of foul smelling near the pool and the air near the pool was hot and humid. But after the defendant (All Metal) installed a de-humidifier near the pool to treat the quality of the

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    Case Study: Water Issues in the Southwest 1. Prior appropriation water rights are rights that are created on the appropriation doctrine, which is developed in Western states. These water rights are different from riparian water rights, which is rights for the eastern states. In the western states, water supplies are very limited and the right is also allotted to those who are “first in time if use.” Winters water rights is referred to as “reserved water rights.” The rights states that when

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    A CASE STUDY OF PARTNERING IN LEAN CONSTRUCTION Per Erik Eriksson Management and Business Administration, Luleå University of Technology ABSTRACT Lean construction is a relatively immature literature field in need of unbiased theoretical reasoning and case studies in order to investigate how lean thinking can be applied in a construction project context. The purpose of this paper is to increase the understanding of how various measures of lean thinking can be implemented in a construction project

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    Case Study Kim V. Son

    Case Study Kim V. Son AC 502: Regulation Kaplan University March 31, 2015 In the case of Kim v. Son, Kim invested money into Stephen Son’s companies. I have to say there was not a valid consideration because in order for a consideration to be valid there are three rules that apply: 1) both individuals must receive something that is of value; 2) if a person promises to give something of significance or even value, then this would be a consideration; and 3) both individuals would have to have

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    Knowledge Management | Technical discipline e-mail accounts | Intranet portal of explicit knowledge | Discussion forum | Library of specific management, trade and technical content | Meeting conference event notices | Guidelines, frameworks, case studies, templates and examples of best practice | Directory of contact information on technical experts | Housed on each site by technical experts who are members of respective Technical Discipline communities | Specific questions can be directed

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    Case Study Amanda Lisic HRM 552 June 22, 2015 Teresa Mitchell Case Study In the United States affirmative action came about in the 1960’s due to the civil rights movement trying to give equal opportunities to minority groups and women. Affirmative action has been a debate since it began, on one side it gives minorities and women more opportunities in life however the policy is considered to be outdated. In the case of “State of Texas v. Hopwood” the affirmative action policy needed to

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    of Phoenix Material Coach Dilemma The following case study focuses on analyzing the relationship between ethics and education. Complete the following for this assignment: Rewatch the University of Phoenix – Ethics: Coach Dilemma video if necessary. Complete the guiding questions to explain your approach and rationale. Submit your individual responses to your facilitator. Answer the following four questions to complete the case study. Each response should be at least 150-250 words in length

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    Case study no 1 Workplace Violence I) Problem Definition: Violence in work place that causes victims, taking place in several work places. II) Problem Justification: Both of the company and the security firm are responsible for the failure in providing adequate security. 99% of US businesses don't have formal antiviolence policies. III) List of Alternatives: 1) Managers need to be aware of at-risk employee as they announce or hint their intentions before violence. 2) Encouraging employees

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    Case Study : People V Perkins

    Shawn Napolitano Term Paper Dennis Consumano People v Perkins On July 26th, 2010 , Perkins had been charged with six offenses. They were: Driving While Intoxicated, Driving While Ability Impaired, Resisting Arrest, Unlawful Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree, Reckless Driving and Driving at an Excessive Speed. Over the next two years, Perkins appeared in New York Court 25 different times. Perkins had traveled from her home in North Carolina each time. The

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    Case Study 15-10 a. As a general rule, the impact of capital structure on value depends upon the effect of debt on weighted Average cost of capital (WACC) and Free Cash Flow (FCF). Debt owners have priority on cash flows over stockholder as their fixed claim amplifies risk of stockholder residual claim (Capital Structure Decisions 2010). As such cost of stock (rs) increases. A company can subtract interest expenses which reduce the amount of taxes paid and in turn allows greater cash flow for

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    Case Study Analysis: Accounting and Finance Management 1. Accounting Tools a. Profitability Ratios i. Gross Profit Margin = Revenue – Cost of Goods Sold Revenue = 1,500,000 – 1,080,000 1,500,000 = 0.28 ii. Operating Profit Margin = Operating Income Net Sales = 1,500,000 – 1,080,000 -315,000 1,500,000 = 0.07 iii. Net Profit Margin = Net Income Net Sales = 15,000 1,500,000

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    Case Study Analysis of Palsgraf V. Long Island Railroad Company

    Case Study Analysis of Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Company Michael J. Roberts Liberty University Palsgraf v. Long Island Rail Company is a case where the plaintiff, Ms. Palsgraf, was on one end of a train platform when a package was knocked out of the hands of another passenger who was attempting to board a moving train with the assistance of a guard, the defendant, on the other end of the train platform. The package being knocked out of the passenger’s arms and onto the ground created

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    Case Analysisof Enron Corporation Name: Janet P. Cambangay Section & Year: BSBA-I Teacher: Sir Zadrack B. Fiel Subject: Management 1 Time Session: 2:00pm-5:00pm 07/23/2011 Weekend Class CASE STUDY I. TIME CONTEXT Regular Staff Meeting (TODAY) II. VIEWPOINT The different considerations being made by every section which results the 40% failure rate in selecting supervisors. In regards, with this, the department manager stabilizes that having a best technical

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    V , S Case Analysis

    Yu, Wantao (2011) Operations strategy, business environment, operations resources and performance: an empirical study of retail firms in China. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham. Access from the University of Nottingham repository: http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/14191/1/546558.pdf Copyright and reuse: The Nottingham ePrints service makes this work by researchers of the University of Nottingham available open access under the following conditions. · Copyright and all moral rights to

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    of travel.[1] In this case study, I will investigate PD based on the day of the week a ticket is purchased. In theory, this method of price discrimination is very feasible as airfares can be easily changed on a day to day basis. For example, consumers who travel on any given day of the week but purchase on the weekend may have different PED than those consumers who purchase their tickets during the week. By comparing different days of the week and ticket prices, we can study whether the airline industry

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    Audi V D'Amato Case

    Audi AG and Volkswagen of America Inc. v. D’Amato Case Yamileth Hoffman Palm Beach State College Abstract Business owner Bob D’Amato, who was unaffiliated with Audi, the automobile maker, in any official manner, used the domain name www.audiosport.com to sell Audi items such as t-shirts, hats, and other accessories. The site was linked to a dealership in Florida; an establishment whom D’Amato said gave him permission to use the Audi trademarks (Roger E. Meiners, 2012 p. 243-244). . Audi

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    Legal Case Study Negligence

    Karen may have an action against ABBBW for her broken arm. The occupier-occupant relationship is an established duty case. The facts also clearly establish breach by stating that ABBBW had ‘carelessly forgotten to put up a sign’. Finally, causation is clear from the statement that Karen tripped ‘due to this instability’. The only issue which must be addressed is whether the legislative presumption of contributory negligence is applicable to Karen. Contributory negligence Section 95(1) of the

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    Case Study William Smith Professor Leona Williams July 15, 2014 Columbia Southern University This case study paper is focused on the exclusionary rule, which is defined as an interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment by the Supreme Court that holds evidence seized in violation of the U.S. Constitution cannot be used in court against a defendant (Dempsey, J., Forst, L., 2011). What this rule pretty much means is that any evidence that is found to be seized in violation of the U.S.

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    Unit V Case Study

    Unit V Case Study BCJ-2001 March 29, 2016 Introduction The exclusionary rule applies to evidence which has been confiscated in infringement of the U.S. Constitution. There have been many alterations to the exclusionary rule and its applications throughout the years. The exclusionary rule, in addition to three court cases, which have had a direct impact on the rule, will be examined in this case study. The court cases are Weeks v. United States (1914), Rochin v. California (1952), and Mapp

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    semester examination carrying 80 marks will have two sections A and B. Section A worth 60 marks will have 6 theory questions out of which students will be required to attempt any four questions. Section B carrying 20 marks will contain one or more cases. Cases prescribed below are only for classroom discussion and internal evaluation and not for end semester examinations Course contents 1. Concept of Management Functions and Responsibilities of Managers, Fayol's Principles of Management, Management

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    In the case study of, Baker v. Osborne Development Corp., the new homeowners would not be bound by the arbitration agreement and that they can sue the builder. Baker was able to sue Osborne for breach of contract, negligence, and breach of implied and express warranties stemming from the construction of a home. The contract of purchase given to the homeowner did not contain an arbitration agreement, but the documentation accompanying an express warranty on the home did contain an arbitration agreement

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