Law 1 - Week 6 1
In response to increasing medical knowledge about the genetic source of obesity, Congress
enacts and the president signs the Obesity Rights Act (ORA). The statute reads as follows:
Section 1: Findings
The Congress hereby finds that
Law 1 - Week 5 1
1.) Since the injured plaintiff was not wearing a seatbelt, why is Ford being sued for failing
to test the seatbelt sleeve?
The injured plaintiff alleged Ford was negligent in selling the Bronco II with a defective rear
Law 1 - Week 1 1
1.) Define the rule of law. How does the rule of law differ from law as the command of the
state? Explain why the rule of law is an ideal rather than a complete fact.
With the rule of law, laws that are made generally and equally re
Law 1 - Week 4 1
1.) Question 9 on Page 256.
Acceptance of Offer
Fielding Bros. offers to ship six furnaces to Central City Heating and Cooling Co. for $4,500
cash. Central City accepts on the condition that Fielding give 120 days credit. Has a cont
Law 1 - Week 2 1
1.) The Business Discussions sections Question 1 on Page 117.
How does discovery work?
Discovery process is where each party is fully aware of all of the facts in a case and the
intentions of each party. Each party will be presented
Law 1 - Week 3 1
1. (12 points) Go to www.annenbergclassroom.org. Click through the splash pages until you
come across the interview with one of the Supreme Court justices. Name that justice.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts
2. (12 points) Name the law
Law 1 - Week 7 1
1.) Should Sophia call the home office to ask for advice?
Although, Sophias boss instructed her to do whatever is necessary to secure cell tower
permits from local officials, I think that she should still call the home office to ask
Law 1 - Week 8 1
1.) What concerns should you have regarding these conversations?
Since my colleague and I are only in preparation for going public, I would be concerned
about what type of conversations that I am having with my clients. I would not
Competing Companies: Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi
Tara Greene and Valentina Mejia
In todays business environment, competition has become the driving force in
what keeps companies going and constantly evolving. Whether its in fashion, tec
April 1 (balance on hand)
Total units sold
Total units (ending inventory)
Statement of Cash Flows
For the Year Ended December 31, 2014
Cash flows from operating activities
Net income (a)
Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:
Loss on sale of eq
1. Commuting to and from work by personal automobile is a personal expense that is not
deductible at all.
2. 2% nondeductible floor, referred to as miscellaneous itemized deductions
3. Expense is deductible for AGI
4. Deductible for
C. I would prefer the Single step form. Because it easier to understand and organized so that non
accountants may be able to read it and comprehend it
Concept for Analysis 4-3
The ethical issue is that Charlie Br
yes it does meet the requirements because target corporation
transferred a substantial amount of their assets. And because
they transferred what they received to their shareholder.
the liability transferred to acquiring is c
Ethics is a societys accepted standards of moral behavior. This is basically peoples morals in deciding
what right from wrong. In the business place this is how people act in doing their job. Now in days many
people think it is okay to lie, cheat, and ste
Introduction: Custom Molds, Inc. was founded by father-and-son-team of Tom and Mason Miller in
1987 in Tucson, Arizona. The company business activities involve the manufacturing of custom
design molds for plastic parts and production of custom made plasti
1. Customer Involvement
Benefits of customer involvement in early process strategy decisions can be better quality, faster
delivery, greater flexibility and may lower cost of the product, shipping and inventory cost. Customer
degree of involvement can be