Complete the following Homework Assignments.
PART ONE - Intentional Torts (Chapter 8)
Brie was walking to her car in the University parking lot when a
boyfriend she had just broken up with approached her, shouting and
waving his arms wildly. He grabbed he
PART ONE - VIDEOS
At the link below, you will find a collection of five very short videos (21 minutes total
time) providing basic background information about the formation of our
government, the design of the US Constitution, separation of powers, the ro
You have contracted with LeBron James to give a three hour lesson to your 10year-old son on how to play basketball. There is no mention in your contract
about assignment of rights or delegation of duties under the contract.
Scenario a) On the day that LeB
Create a fictional contract scenario where one required element of a contract is missing.
Give enough scenario details to allow a fair chance for another student to guess the
missing element. Post your scenario in a new thread on the Week 6 Discussion Boa
JOHN BARTHOLEW CITY MANAGER
MARK Q MCKELVY ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER
MIDLAND HILLS CITY OFFICE DEPARTMENT
Im very excited that you asked me to serve as the lead in organizing th
PART ONE - The Requirement for Legality of Purpose
1. What is the basic rule about enforcement of a contract that
violates a statute? The rule stating that where a person guarantees the debt of another
person in order to satisfy his own personal interests
Complete the following activities.
1. Read about the case highlighted on this web page.
2. Listen to the oral argument (be sure to click on "Oral
Argument" and not on "Opinion Announcement") made
before the U.S. Supreme Court. You will see a link to
PART ONE - Elements of a Legally Binding (Legally Enforceable)
Last week you attended a party with some of your friends. There were
also people you had never met at the party. No one was intoxicated
or drinking alcohol at this party. A friend of
Name that tort!
1. Choose one of the intentional or business torts from chapter 8 of
your text book. (Note: Be sure to choose an intentional or
business tort. Negligence, discussed in chapter 9, is not an
intentional tort.) Without naming the tort, make u
RELIGIOUS DISPLAYS ON GOVERNMENT PROPETY
1. Explain to your classmates why you chose this topic. What interests you about it? Do you
have a personal experience or special connection to the topic? What do you most wish to
learn about the topic?
Answer the following questions on the Main Discussion Board.
First, be sure to read the 1985 case of North American Catamaran
Racing Association, Inc. v. McCollister posted in your learning
materials for this week. It is a very interesting but tragic case
PART ONE VIDEO ABOUT THE LEGAL SYSTEM
Video Link: http:/www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/an-independent-judiciary
(I suggest that you right-click on the link and select Open in New Window.)
Watch this 34-minute video about the role of the judiciary in rela
Complete the following assignment on the Main Discussion Board.
You are planning a special 21st birthday party for November 14, for your sister.
Knowing that she loves the music of Katy Perry, you are thrilled that you were able
to hire Katy Perry to perf
1. What are the two basic elements for nearly every type of criminal offense?
a. a guilty mind and
b. a guilty act.
2. Who has the burden of proof (or burden of persuasion) in a criminal case? In civil
cases its the Plaintiff and in criminal
legal HW wk 5
aclu kentucky v. mccreary county 2003
a) Who are the parties to this case?
McCreary County, Kentucky, et al.
American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, et al.
b) In what court was this case heard? Supreme Court Was the
Legal Environment and Contract Law
Final Examination 2015 Fall Term 1 (150 Points) (9 items 3 pages)
Due Date: Friday, October 16, 2015 at 11:59 PM
Instructions: This is an open book take-home examination. Be sure to follow the instructions and tips noted