week 4 discussions and mutilple choice

Denny works for Engineers, P.A. While working on an Engineers project, Denny is injured. Under state workers’ compensation laws, he will be compensated only if the injury was

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In the case of Retail Sales Corp. v. Trucking Delivery Co., the court may rule contrary to a precedent if the court decides that the precedent

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A constitution sets forth a government’s

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Analytic Data, Inc., wants to hire Benazir, a noncitizen. A work visa is most likely to be set aside for a noncitizen if

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A rule issued by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) limits the amount of carbon that can be emitted from a car’s exhaust system. California state law prescribes much higher limits. Under the supremacy clause

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Kevin is a judge hearing the case of Local Dispatch Co. v. National Transport Corp. Applying the relevant rule of law to the facts of the case requires Kevin to find previously decided cases that, in relation to the case under consideration, are

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Kevin is a judge hearing the case of Local Dispatch Co. v. National Transport Corp. Applying the relevant rule of law to the facts of the case requires Kevin to find previously decided cases that, in relation to the case under consideration, are

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Based reading the U.S. Constitution, describe each of the following:

  • One check or balance that the federal executive branch has on the federal legislative branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal executive branch has on the federal judicial branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal legislative branch has on the federal executive branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal legislative branch has on the federal judicial branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal judicial branch has on the executive branch.
  • One check or balance that the federal judicial branch has on the federal legislative branch. Be sure to cite what article and section that each check or balance is found in the U.S. Constitution.

1.Discuss the failures of the Article of Confederation that led to creation the the U.S. Constitution?

2.What is federalism? Describe the balance of power between the federal government and state governments. In your response you may want to discuss the supremacy clause, the 9th, 10th, and 14th amendments, as well as any relevant Supreme Court decisions.

3.What are the three branches of government? Describe what each one does in your own words and in a few brief sentences.

4. According to John Locke, in your own words, what is freedom, what is liberty, how are liberty and freedom related, how are liberty and freedom different?

Discussion 6

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers.

The Newsroom

In your discussion this week you have to write a short newscast. Select three (and only three) current news stories. Select the three stories that you think are the most important to our nation and society.

  • Write an original headline for each story.
  • Write no more than three sentences summarizing each story.
  • Include the full html web address for each story.

It is very important to only write on three stories and keep your summaries under three sentences as this simulates how challenging it is to explain very complicated new stories in very restricted time and keeping the attention of viewers.

Your initial post will look something like this:

Catchy Headline #1

Summary sentence 1. This is the second sentence. And finally a third sentence.

Catchy Headline #2

Summary sentence 1. This is the second sentence. And finally a third sentence.

Catchy Headline #3

Summary sentence 1. This is the second sentence. And finally a third sentence.

For your follow up posts, question your peer’s newscasts. Why did they select the stories they did? Were there other current events that they seemed to miss? Was there any bias in how the stories were presented? Was there any bias in how those stories were summarized? Why did they include certain news stories? Why did they ignore others? You may also respond to your peer’s questions for a follow post.

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Brent Artiaga

Week 6 Discussion

COLLAPSE

How Much Does It Cost to Avoid Covid-19 Great Depression?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/03/18/trump-coronavirus-economic-plan/

Due to the effects of the whole world shutting down, the Trump administration is pushing to have every American receive $2000 per adult and $1000 per child. Our government is desperately trying to come up with a solution to avoid an economic flat line. It seems as if the economic effects have a more negative affect than the health effects on our economy.

Coronavirus On Vacation

https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2020/03/18/list-bar-closures-cruise-ship-screening-here-are-all-iges-covid-directives/

There are currently 26 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus throughout Hawaii. The State is urging to suspend all non-essential travel to Hawaii until April 30th. The Governor ignored to take the directive and instead politely asked visitors to stay away for 30 days which by the looks of the popular beaches for tourists proves to be ignored.

Covid-19 Is Not Allowed To Book Reservations At Popular Hotel In Waikiki

https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2020/03/20/major-waikiki-hotel-closes-its-doors-encourage-visitors-return-home-safely/

The Hale Koa Hotel which is a popular hotel in Waikiki decided to close its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. They are hoping to help encourage visitors to stop coming into Hawaii and ask them to return home. They are even waiving cancellations fees or early departure fees to help slow down and control the pandemic in Hawaii.

Monica Andrus

Week 6

COLLAPSE

Corona Virus Now officially a Pandemic

The virus swept over 114 countries and killed over 4000 people. This is the first pandemic since the Swine Flu. The government and President are working closely to decrease the spread of the virus.

Www.npr.org

Country music legend Kenny Rogers dies at 81

Kenny died of natural causes at his home. Due to the Corona virus, the family planned a small private service. Rogers was well known for hits like “The Gambler”.

Www.nbcnews.com

Corona Virus triggered downtown could cost 5 million U.S. Jobs

The virus is expected to negatively impact millions of jobs across the U.S. Wall Street has taken a downturn in stocks. Approximately 1.5 trillion economic output has dropped.

Www.wsj.com

discussion7

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers.

Write a Letter to Your Representative

Using what you have learned this week and in the course so far, write a letter to either your Representative, Senator, or one of your State Legislators concerning a specific public policy.

State your issue position clearly in this letter and then present an argument for why that elected official should support your position on that issue.

Post your letter and who you would send it to in the discussion board.

For your follow up posts, critique the arguments of your peers’ letters. How might they strengthen their argument?

Though not required, feel free to actually send these letters to your representatives and share what that experience was like. Did you get any response? What was that response? Was it only a form letter?

View your discussion rubric.

LAW220

duscussion 6

What Type of Business?

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers.

Every organization is formed into an entity of some sort, and is usually done to protect individuals from liabilities connected with business operations. If you were starting your own business, which entity formation would you use–sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, or corporation? Why? Which entity formation would you never use? Why?

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Consuela Williams

W6 Discussion

COLLAPSE

A LLC means limited liability company, its is the combination of partnership, sole-proprietorship, and corporation. When we deal with a LLC, the owners are not held accountable for their company’s debts or liabilities. I think a LLC would be best for me because I can choose how I want to set up and run things in my business. I would not go into a partnership with anyone because it’s just too conflicting. People change and even decide to quit and give uo on you leaving you with everything to handle on your own, so you may as well just start out alone.

Rondra Monroe

Week 6

COLLAPSE

Sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC and corporations all have different aspects that make each different and beneficial in their own way. A partnership is a business structure in which the owners (partners) share the profits and losses. A LLC is a corporate structure where the owners are not personally liable for the company’s debts and liabilites. A sole proprietorship is a enterprise that is owned and run by one person , there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business entity. You are able to do business under your own name and pay personal taxes on profits earned. A corporation enjoys most of the rights and responsibilities that individuals possess.They are able to enter contracts, loan and borrow money, sue and be sued, own assets and pay taxes.

If I was starting a business with a long term intent I would ideally want a corporation. You have control over every aspect of your business and it is more work. If I wanted to start a small business on the side, I would choose a sole proprietorship because I would want to work under my own name and have less responsibility than a corporation. Also if I was wanting to sell and unoriginal product and make profit I would do it under a LLC so that I can split some of the responsibility. I can not say that I would not use any of these business entities, I could see myself working in a partnership as well . A partnership could be beneficial in splitting the responsibilites as well as good for growing a company starting up. You could work closely and combine business ideas.

Discussion 7

Formality of Contracts

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers.

Contracts are the backbone of every business. Most are in writing but even those that are oral are just as important. Contracts are the tools that enforce promises between all parties included. However, there are formal requirements that must be fulfilled for a contract to be considered enforceable. Typically an offer, acceptance, consideration, legality and capacity are required. Do you believe contracts should require fewer formalities to be enforceable? Lastly, have you ever experienced a breach of a contract? How did you handle the consequences from the breach?

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Wojciech Suszylo

Week 7 Discussion

COLLAPSE

Class,

The formal requirements should definitely remain in place because both parties are protected in case something goes wrong. Although verbal contracts are enforceable, they are much harder to prove. The phrase “If it is not on paper it did not happen”. You have to make sure you and the other party are protected in the event things go south. The experience I had with this is that my car was acting up and I could not figure out why. I brought it to the mechanic so he can take a look and tell me exactly what is wrong with it. He went ahead and fixed it without calling me or letting me know the price (came out to about $400.00 for a heater core). I explained to him that I was not obliged to pay it because all I wanted was a quote. We came to the agreement that I paid half of what it was originally. I pretty sure I would have won that battle if I wanted the hassle.

-Wojciech

Renet Jean-Louis

WK 7

COLLAPSE

I do have a big issue with verbal contracts. Verbal contract is not completely solid. Most Verbal contract/agreement been done in private and can almost if not always be denied.

I had experience a breach of contract before. I was told verbally that I would be making $40,000.00 a year which was a verbal job offer was. Before I put my resignation with the previous employer. I asked for a formal offer letter in written. They sent it to but without the wages. I replied and stated that I need the job offer with wages amount. She replied that I would be making $34,000 plus commission. I replied right back and stated that we did not discussed anything about commission what so ever. I was promised to earn $40k. I told her that if I couldn’t not receive $40,000 as promised I was going to reject the offer. They gave $40,000 without commission just because I know the owner of the company otherwise that would of not happen. Verbal contract should not be enforceable; however if it is to be enforceable, it should always require a witness

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