BUSINESS LAW – Short Paper

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BUSINESS LAW – Short Paper Critical Analysis – Short Paper Consider a situation in which you or someone you know had a dispute over a written or oral contract. Write a two (2) to three (3) page paper on this topic applying the principles of contract law. Provide an analysis of why there was an issue with the contract and what might have been done to avoid the problems that arose. You are encouraged to research the subject-matter of your essay and provide outside sources to support your writing. Use the following guidelines for formatting your paper: a. Title Page Topic of the Paper Name of the Course Student Name Date Due b. Introduction Describe the issue/topic area. Define and describe any specific position(s) taken in this paper. Provide an overview of the scope of what will be addressed in the paper. c. Analysis Define/describe the selected issue/topic.
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Unformatted text preview: From your perspective, assume a position on an issue concerning standards and control. The position may be for or against a controlling legislative approach, or it may be one of developing an integrated approach. Support your position with thoughtful analysis of the position as well as from the limitations of the position. This section must reflect an analysis of the theory/approach. d. Conclusion The discussion must be constructive and reflect the main points of your analysis. e. Reference Page List your references using the APA style. Include at least two references. One may be the Textbook. f. Format Write your paper using APA style. This paper must be at least two to three pages in length (not including the title page and reference page)....
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course BUSINESS 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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