PA205 Douglas Kaye Unit 6 assignment

Natalie refused to remove the tattoo she worked at

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Natalie refused to remove the tattoo. She worked at Biddy’s for the rest of the week and was given a termination notice on Friday. Ms. Baker said that the “more mature” clientele who came to her tea house would be “appalled and disgusted” by Natalie’s tattoo, leading to a decline in sales. Ms. Baker was not able to provide any proof that sales or profits declined during the time Natalie worked there. Ms. Baker did provide the names of two longtime customers who requested a different table when seated in Natalie’s section the day before she was fired, because “who wants to look at that while you’re eating?” Natalie filed for unemployment compensation in July 2010. Her claim was denied by the New Mexico Employment Security Board on the grounds that she was terminated for “misconduct” and was therefore ineligible for unemployment compensation. 5. Discussion analyze the legal issues(s) as they apply to the facts of the client’s situation. If there is more than one legal issue, use sub-headings in order to organize analysis. Discuss the law as it specifically controls the legal problem(s). Use proper Legal Bluebook citation format for all sources. Conclusion wrap-up paragraph tying the facts, legal issue, and analysis together in summary form.
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PA205 Unit 6 Assignment REFERENCES: Apodaca v It’s Burger Time, Inc. 769 P.2d 88 (N.M. 1989).
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  • Fall '12
  • Law, Unemployment benefits, unemployment compensation, Natalie Attired

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