Week 7, Due: 7/10/2016
Case: In re Stern1, p. 652
Facts: James Stern took out student loans to attend college and law school. Afterwards, he had difficulty
finding a job as a lawyer, so he opened his own practice. H
Chapter 3 Review
1. You must first research Turkish law and hire a mediator familiar with Turkish customs.
You can have the ADR clause state that in the event of a dispute, the parties will
negotiate it in good faith, a
Bus 206 Business Law
1. Northland, Inc. agreed to build Heather a cedar garden shed for $3,000. After beginning the project, Northland
realized that it could not complete
Week 1 Assignment
1. Yes, whatever field of business you choose; you will be expected to know what you are
doing. You may not know everything that a lawyer would know, but you should know
enough to protect yourself,
Case Study, Week 6
Case: Goodman v. Wenco Foods, Inc.1, p. 479
Facts: Fred Goodman bit into a Wendy's hamburger and was injured by a triangular piece of cow bone,
about one-sixteenth to one-quarter inch thick and
Chapters 7,8 &9
YOU BE THE JUDGE WRITING PROBLEM: An undercover drug informant learned
from a mutual friend that Philip Friedman knew where to get marijuana. The informant
asked Friedman three times t
Summer Semester (2016)
1. The treaty known as the North American Free Trade Agreement could only become law in the United
States after being ratified by the U.S. Senate.
Case: Griggs v. Duke Power Co.1, p. 86
Facts: Duke Power used a high school completion requirement and an intelligence test in hiring and
promotion. The result was that fewer minority applicants qualified for jobs a
Week 2 Assignment III
Common law is judge-made law. It is the sum total of all cases decided by appellate courts.
Almost 200 years ago all laws were common laws. Today most new law is statutory. One major
1. Employees should not be required to furnish first aid, because they could do more harm
than good. The person that choked, could then sue the restaurant for negligence.
However, I dont think th
Agency is always about power/authority to act on behalf of someone else
Duty to compensate: dependent upon agreement.
Duty to reimburse: agent has to pay for something, like dinner, and then you have a duty to reimburse
Theft: the unlawful taking and carr
is the authority of an agent acting on behalf of another person or entity. The person acting
with implied authority does what is reasonably necessary in order to effectively perform his
Express authority: the principal has expre
Employer intended the employees consequences
Employees high rank in the company makes the employer the alter ego.
Employees actions can be treated on the employers own negligence
Vicarious liability: when the employee does something that creates a liabili
Chapter 15Contracts in Writing
1. All contracts do not have to be in writing to be enforceable.
2. The word "parol" literally means release.
3. A number of courts have used the doctrine of promissory estoppel to displace the requi
Chapter 10Mutual Assent
1. On Tuesday morning John sends a letter to Arlene rejecting her offer, but later the same day John
changes his mind and sends a letter of acceptance to Arlene. The letter of acceptance will be effective
only if it is r
1. The Uniform Commercial Code follows the common law rule that requires a modification of an
existing contract to be supported by consideration in order to be valid.
2. Gratuitous promises are generally legally e
Chapter 11Conduct Invalidating Assent
1. Marjorie has been cared for by her family physician for 35 years. She decides to assume the mortgage
on his new clinic. The contract is automatically invalid because of undue influence.
2. At the
Chapter 2Business Ethics
1. Ethics can be defined broadly as the study of what is good or right for human beings.
2. Like legal analyses, analyses of ethics have a central authority and follow clear-cut, universal
Chapter 9Introduction to Contracts
1. Contracts are governed primarily by statutory law.
2. The difference between an express contract and an implied in fact contract is the manner in which the
parties manifest assent.
3. A contra
Chapter 14Contractual Capacity
1. Mel, who is age 17 but looks older than 18, makes a contract to buy a car from Maisie, who is the age
of majority. Maisie finds out Mel's age. Maisie may avoid the contract even if Mel did not
Chapter 1Introduction to Law
1. American jurists and Supreme Court Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Benjamin Cardozo defined
law as a rule of civil conduct prescribed by the supreme power in a state, commanding what is right,
Chapter 13Illegal Bargains
1. An agreement for an illegal substance will be enforced by the courts if all other elements of the
contract are present.
2. Bargains are illegal if they violate a crime or tort but not if they are merely agai
Chapter 16Third Parties to Contracts
1. After an assignment, only the assignee has a right to the obligor's performance.
2. The person who makes an assignment is the assignee.
3. A gratuitous assignment is revocable by the assigno
Supply chain management
1. Global sourcing
a. But to compete globally companies need to source
i. Can you afford to not have an item on your phone
ii. You find the best supplier to have the best product
2. Every dolar saved in purcha
November 29 soc
1. Weber on race
a. Ethnicity shared common belief in common decent
b. Race- essentialism: thought common inheritable traits derived form
2. Web du bois on race
a. There are no identifiable common traits that can be assigned
IT Security-Individual Gem #2
31 March 16
This short article was about the IT security in the different consumer websites
being, Apple and Amazon. A hacker targeted Matt Honan tacking away all of his
information through Apple
What is HR Management?
Physical (equipment and shit)
Intangible (trademarks and patents)
Human (they are assholes)
Managers: Whos Who?
What is a function
1 September 16
INBS 310 Global Business Communication
Homework and In-class assignments Fall 2016
Homework # 2 on Arcelor-Mittal Merger Case
Due at the beginning of class on Day 5, SEP 1st 2016
In order to complete this assignment you need t
Ronald Laub, Sean Irvine, Ryan Lewis, Sean Mcleod
October 18, 2016
MKTG- 320- 02
Tanner Sales Person Interview
We interviewed Mark. Mark is an experience sales team leader at Total Quality
Logistics. Total Quality Logistics is a third part
Soc- 101 Week of 9/4
1. Key aspect of understand deviance because of the role groups play in defining and
setting limits of acceptable behavior
ii. Behaviors and attributes that signal who is in and who is out
i. May be