Assignment No. 1
Kim went to Lings Market to pick up a few items for dinner. It was a rainy, windy day,
and the wind has blown water through the entrance to Lings Market each time the door
was opened. As Kim entered through the doo
1. Describe the approach of agile project management and how it differs from the normal
Sometimes projects need some kind of different approach, only because due to that the scope
of the project the technology in order to
1. Randy should explain first what is going on with the hospitals. Let them understand what the
new policy is and why the Meeker policy changed. Cheryl didnt necessarily say that he couldnt
tell the hospitals why she wanted to put
1. The issues that I can see with Sophie are how to act now that she knows how her sales
representative, Emma, think about the expense vouchers. As well as seeing Emma in a new light
about the inside on the expense vouche
CASE 5.3 Aguilar v. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
510 F.3d 1 (U.S. Ct. App. 1st Cir.)
This case started with a raid for Michael Bianco, Inc., because of suspected of employing
illegal aliens for the company. The ICE agen
DEFINTIONS OF LAW
1) Sir William Blackstone 1723-1780:
A rule of civil conduct prescribed by the Supreme Power
of the State, commanding what is right and prohibiting
what is wrong.
OLIVER WENDEL HOLMES (1841-1935) Eminent
A set of rules t
Sample Assignments and Answers Following the Case Analysis Method
In selling a house, Matt tells Ann that the wiring fixtures and appliances are of a certain
quality. Matt knows nothing about the quality, but it is not as s
1. Kim went to Lings Market. Rain fell into and accumulated inside the entrance to
Lings. Upon entering Kim slipped and fell in the accumulated water, injuring her back.
The Owners/Manager knew of the hazardous conditions. The Owners/Manager had not
CHAPTER 5: BUSINESS ETHICS
1: BUSINESS ETHICS
Ethics is the study of right and wrong behavior; whether an action is
fair, right or just.
In business, ethical decisions are the application of moral and ethical
principles to the marketplace and workplac
ANALYZING A CASE
If you are given a case problem to analyze, use the following format:
Briefly summarize the facts of the case - restating the facts in a
clear and concise manner ( You must understand the facts of a
case before you can attempt to resol
CHAPTER 6: TORTS
1: BASIS OF TORT LAW
Doing business today involves risks, both legal and financial.
A tort is a civil injury designed to provide a remedy (damages) for injury to a
DAMAGES AVAILABLE IN TORT ACTIONS.
Chapter 2: Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution
1: THE JUDICIARYS ROLE IN
Judicial Review was established by the U.S. Supreme Court in Marbury v. Madison (1803) where Chief
Justice Marshall wrote: It is emphatically the province a
Chapter 1: Introduction to Law and Legal Reasoning
1: BUSINESS ACTIVITIES AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
Laws and regulations affect virtually all business activities.
Knowledge of black-letter not enough - business now assumes an ethical dimension.
Smith v. City of Jackson, Mississippi
544 U.S. 228 (2005)
Smith and group of other in the police department over the age of 40 sued Jackson, Mississippi,
and the city police department in federal district court. This is because the