Research for Decision Making
Lab Assignment 2: (100pts) Due by 02:45 PM., November 18(Wednesday)
1. Please use this sheet as a cover page for your work.
2. This is an individual assignment. Therefore, you ar
The Court System, the Constitution and Litigation
If Exxon was to be sued in a US Court, discuss whether it should be sued in federal court or
state court, and why. Make sure to support your statements with specific examples that are
supported by a citati
First of all I want to determine an intentional tort. A Tort is defined as a civil wrong that is
not a breach of contract and that it contemplates civil liability for those who commit torts.
A tort can be thought of as an action that occurs when an entity
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Torts & Crimes
Discuss whether or not Exxon committed any crimes or torts as a result of this oil spill.
The decision to lead the Exxon trough Prince William Sound was clearly a mistake from the
company. That this circumstance caused to disast
Exxon has a number of products that it has patented, trademarked and copyrighted, its
own name, Exxon. Discuss the uniqueness of the Exxon name and what intellectual
property protection it has.
The idea of intellectual property is no
The practice of a payment to a competitor to keep them out of the market, the so-called pay
for delay, is definite not ethical. Even the big pharmaceutical companies like Bayer, Pfizer or
Merck insist that the practice of Pay for Delay is perfectly legal.
A nonprofit organization is a lawful structure needed of a gathering or relationship to make it
qualified for expense exclusion. The distinctions go past that, however in some painstakingly
characterized circumstances a LLC can be a charitable. A notewort
This is an interesting case. In my opinion, Castle & Cooke, Inc. needs to follow The
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) of 1977:
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, as amended, 15 U.S.C.
78dd-1, et seq. ("FCPA"), was enacted for the purpose of m
What is the Law and how do Ethics interact? Exxon Valdez Continuing Case
In 1989, the Exxon Valdez, an oil tanker, ran aground in Prince William Sound, Alaska,
spilling an estimated 750,000 barrels of crude oil. Research this case and write a brief
Exxon had many contracts to supply crude oil to refineries on the west coast of the
United States. Once the Valdez situation happened, the supply of crude oil by the Valdez
was stopped. Do those companies have recourse against Exxon for any brea
The Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 disallows occupation separation in light of
race, color, religion, sex and national origin. Furthermore the Title VII of the Civil Rights
Act proscribes a separation amid the selecting, contracting and progres
In this instance an endorsements contract is a contract between an athletes and business organizations,
which has specific requirements for both sides. These requirements are written down and obligatory
for both sides. In this case organizations like Foun
The Exxon Valdez was owned by the former Exxon Shipping Company. Discuss the
options available to Exxon as to formation of a separate company and discuss the
advantages and disadvantages of a wholly owned subsidiary compared to a divisio
Equal Employment Opportunity
Exxon employs a number of employees in various companies. If Exxon decided to fire
Joseph Hazelwood, the captain of the Valdez, what recourse would he have under Equal
Employment Opportunity laws?
The Equal Employment Opportun
If the Exxon decided to file for federal bankruptcy court protection, what type (chapter)
would it probably file and what would be the procedure?
There are six sorts (called chapters) of insolvency in the US, named for the comparing