Nick Bierly. ID #11389765
April 7, 2015
Contracts Briefing Assignment
1. Case heading: Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc. v. Shute, 499 U.S. 585, 111 S. Ct. 1522, 113 L. Ed.
2d 622 (1991)
2. Statement of the facts: Eulala Shute purchased a seven day cr
Business Ethics Group Project Spring 2015
Nick Bierly 11389765 Section 3
Tyler Ackerman - 11377319 - Section 3 (Group Coordinator)
Conor Scanlan 11427819 - Section 3
Meeting #1: February 13, 2015 from 5:00PM 7:00PM at Holland-Terrell Library. All members
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*Law and legal reasoning
Mediation- 3rd party to help solve legal dispute
Knowledge of black letter (written law) not enough- businesses now assumes an ethical
Many different laws affect a single business transaction.
Negligence and Strict Liability
1. What defense will Ragged Mountain probably assert?
As a defense, Ragged Mountain will likely use the statue enacted by the New
Hampshire state legislature that protects ski operators from being sued by people
Problem Set Questions
1. Yes, I believe public policy is contravened in this case. Our textbook defines
public policy as governmental policy based on widely held societal values
(pg. 9). In this case, the widely held societal value is helping someone in
ARTFUL INTELLIGENCE - GLOBAL ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY STATEMENT
1. Purpose/Executive Summary (#13 Industry specific firm)
Artful Intelligence is an exciting and innovative place to work where our
advancements in Artificial Intelligence technologies are chan
The Washington Redskins, part of the National Football League (ie. NFL) is in the
entertainment business. The team name "Redskins" has come under much scrutiny.
Should the Washington Redskins ownership change the team name? If so, why so? If
not, why not?
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INTERNET LAW
a. Two computer science majors, Trent and Xavier, have an idea for a new
video game, which they propose to call Hallowed. They form a business
and begin developing their idea. Several months later, Trent and Xavier