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1 of 2: Case Study Decision: Consideration - You be the Judge (p.

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There are two assignments due this Unit.
1 of 2: Case Study Decision: Consideration – You be the Judge (p. 164)
This case study will assess how well you understand the concept of consideration. Begin by reading
the facts of the case (Kim v. Son), then decide: Was there valid consideration?
Additionally, there are multiple sources of law (including common law and the Uniform Commercial
code), as you have discussed in this unit. What are the differences between these two sources of
law? Which source of law is applicable in this case?
Read the arguments for both sides carefully before beginning your case study. Present your decision,
followed by your analysis of common law and the UCC, in two double-spaced pages. Be sure to
reference, with proper APA citation, applicable laws to support your decision. Include both a title page
and a reference list (neither counts towards the two-page requirement).
 View the Grading Rubric in Doc Sharing.
Submit your paper to the Case Study 1 Dropbox.
2 of 2: Annotated Bibliography
Choose 10 research sources that you would like to use for your paper. At least seven of these
sources must be peer-reviewed journal articles. The remaining sources may be articles from
recognized news outlets or government sites. User-contributed sites such as Wikipedia.com,
Ask.com, Accountingcoach.com, etc., will not be accepted and should not be used.
List the 10 research sources in appropriate APA reference format. Beneath each source, include 2–3
sentences explaining how you intend to use the source in your research paper.
 View the Grading Rubric in Doc Sharing.
Submit your paper to the Annotated Bibliography Dropbox.
Annotated Bibliography Grading Guidelines:
 Include at least ten sources (7 of which are peer-reviewed) – up to 9 points
 Provide 2-3 sentences for each source, explaining how the source will be used – up to 8 points
 Use proper APA formatting – up to 8 points
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