Law

Generation b

You have been asked to prepare a short background paper for Sifers-Grayson IT personnel about the importance of being prepared to respond to business disruptions arising from (a) natural disasters and (b) cyber attacks. Such disruptions can adversely impact the availability of IT services and, in turn, prevent the business from conducting operations over an extended period of time. The client has requested that you focus upon the business reasons behind the need for formal disaster recovery procedures and business continuity plans. Your deliverable should be written as a background paper containing at least 7 strong paragraphs. You will need to do additional reading and research before you prepare your paper. The FEMA website https://www.ready.gov is a good place to start. Provide in-text citations and references for 3 or more authoritative sources. Put the reference list at the end of your posting.

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

Employment Law and Labor Relations

This assessment addresses the following course objective(s): Describe the application of labor laws due to court decisions. Describe the impact of diversity on the workplace. Describe negotiating techniques and how to overcome an impasse. Describe the way unions organize a workplace for representation while discussing what conduct around such campaigns is construed as an unfair labor practice. Define individual rights under a collective bargaining agreement and present procedures to resolve grievances.   Instructions Select a topic of your choice based on the topics covered in this class.  Below is a list of suggested research topics. You may select one of the topics or design a topic of your choosing.  Discrimination (Age, Race, Gender, Religion, Pregnancy) Accommodations Collective Bargaining Hostile Work Environment Sexual Harassment Employee Privacy Drug Testing Background Checks Retaliation Terminating Employees Affirmative Action Prepare a research paper on the selected labor and employment topic. Your research paper should: Provide an overview of the topic selected. Discuss the possible legal implications and how the employer may avoid legal issues. Analyze the applicable laws governing the topic. Discuss the rights of potential or current employees. Submit After you have conducted the necessary research, you will submit a Word document. The research paper must meet the following requirements: APA formatting Times New Roman or Arial 12-point font 1-inch margins Page numbers in top right corner Doubled spaced Use headings throughout the assignment Should be at least 4-5 pages in length. Must include a minimum of four scholarly and credible sources. Assignment Resource(s) U.S. Department of Labor. (n.d.). Summary of the major laws of the Department of Labor. (Links to an external site.) Retrieved from https://www.dol.gov/general/aboutdol/majorlaws

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

The breaking of a contract ( Contract Law)

The paper must be no fewer than 3,000 words and no more than 5,000 words. The word count does not include the student’s name, the title, or footnote or endnote references.  may use their casebook, material acquired from research at a law library or through LexisNexis, any material provided by the school, commercial outlines, etc. All situations and events described in the paper must be assumed to take place or to have taken place in an English common law jurisdiction in the United States. Any details that are part of an actual lawsuit or legal dispute should not be included in the paper if they are in any way considered confidential. The paper must be an original product of scholarly work. The sources of any non-original wording must be accurately disclosed and properly-referenced. Evidence of originality will be wording that shows that a student is thinking about the legal issues covered in the course, is sufficiently familiar with legal concepts and doctrines of the subject, and is expressing his or her own thoughts and ideas about the sources cited in the paper.  mini-thesis papers are routinely run through a plagiarism-checking program. While it is expected that students will quote material from other sources, a good rule of thumb is that the paper should consist of no more than 10-20% from other sources, with at least 80-90% being the student’s own words. The  mini thesis paper is graded as “pass” or “fail” only. The most common reasons students fail the assignment are plagiarism and not meeting the 3,000-5,000 word count requirement. Sample of proper formatting for this assignment

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

 Criminal Justice

Presentation will include an introduction, body, conclusion, and properly formatted reference/work cited slide in the citation style of your degree program (APA, MLA, or Chicago). Clear evidence that the topic was researched and expanded upon the week 2 Project Plan (CO2 & 5). Presentation provides audience with information to increase their knowledge of the topic presented (CO1). Presentation engages the audience by using elements such as images, graphs, and charts. Appropriate citations must be included. Three (3) vetted credible sources. One (1) of the sources must be scholarly and from the library. Appropriate length 7-9 slides.

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

Social Justice Issue

Choose a social justice issue to research. This can be either an issue that is raised in Long Way Down or another issue of your choice. Find two articles that discuss this issue from different perspectives. Possible topics include: Gun violence Healthcare Racial justice Climate justice LGBTQIA rights Gender equity Voting rights Hunger / food insecurity Fair housing Choose one of the two prompts below.  In addition to following the rubric below, here is what you need to incorporate in this essay: ·  An interesting introduction that leads to a compelling, thought-provoking thesis ·  Development of that thesis through supported points ·  The integration of at least two sources, complete with in-text citations (either through signal phrases or parenthetical citations) ·  A works cited page for those sources in MLA format ·  An academic voice ·  A conclusion that wraps up your thesis by stressing its importance   1. Briefly summarize two reliable articles on the same topic.  Draw a conclusion about which essay’s argument is more effective by analyzing the authors’ arguments, level of support, and the style (word choice and tone) used.  2. Briefly summarize two reliable articles on the same topic.  Using proof from the essays’ arguments to support your claim, speculate about how one author would respond to the other’s argument.  GRADING RUBRIC Points Possible Examples, correctly cited and reliable evidence, and content 20 Engagement of interest through introduction of topic and continuity of main idea 20 Clear thesis/argument carried throughout introduction, body, and conclusion 20 Organization, structure, and transitions between ideas 20 Correct grammar, mechanics, and MLA formatting 20     Tips for writing a coherent argumentative essay: Write a sentence stating a belief or opinion. Can you explain what you mean? Can you provide an example? Can you explain what you don’t mean? What in the article/text makes you say that? Can you address the implications? MLA requirements:  Heading Header (name/page number) Title Double-spaced, 12 point, Times New Roman font In-text citations and work cited page See MLA resources in Unit 11 folder for guidance

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

Business Law

What types of legal claims could Paula make against Capstone Corporation and Freddy? Notes: Introduction In this assignment, you’ll need to decide whether Paula Plaintiff has any legal claims arising from another series of unfortunate events. After reading the scenario, answer the questions that follow, making sure to fully explain the basis of your decision. Paula’s bad luck continues. Five days after the events detailed in your last assignment, Paula returns to work at Capstone Corporation. Unfortunately, she used her company e-mail to send her mom a personal note about her injuries, despite being aware that Capstone’s company policy prohibits use of company e-mail for personal communication. Paula’s supervisor, Mikey Manager, discovers Paula’s violation and Paula is reprimanded. When Paula goes home, she uses her personal computer to post disparaging comments about her boss and Capstone Corporation on social media. The next day, Paula is fired from her job. After several days of bad luck, Paula believes her luck is about to change. She finds a new job in a nearby town. Paula had been using the bus to go to work at Capstone Corporation, but she will need to purchase a car to commute to her new job. Fortunately, her neighbor Freddy Ford has just purchased a new vehicle and is selling his old Mustang. Paula meets with Freddy and agrees to purchase the Mustang for $1000. The parties also agree that Paula will bring Freddy the money the next day when she picks up the car. The next day, Paula calls Freddy and says, “I have the money. I’d like to come pick up my car.” Freddy replies that Paula is too late. He sold the car earlier in the day. Instructions In a 6–10 paragraph paper, answer the following questions: Does Paula have any legal claims against Capstone Corporation? What about Paula’s actions? Does Paula have a contract with Freddy to purchase the car? Consider the following: Does Paula have a right to privacy when using Capstone Corporation’s e-mail system? Discuss one’s right to privacy and relate it to the facts in the scenario. Can Paula be legally fired from her job for making negative comments about her boss and her company on social media? What about free speech? Discuss these issues and relate them to the facts of the scenario. Do Paula and Freddy have a contract for the sale of the Mustang? Discuss the elements of a contract and relate those elements to the facts of the scenario.

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

Terry V Ohio Case Study

Discuss the case of Terry V. Ohio thoroughly as if you were presenting this case to a colleague who knows nothing about it. Once you finish researching the specific case, draft a three-page paper in proper APA Style format, consisting of the following elements: the facts of the case, the legal issue, the legal principle applied in the case, the holding and reasoning of the majority, and a summary of any concurrences and dissents. Your case study must be a minimum of three full pages. You are required to use at least the article as an outside resource. One of two required sources: https://advance-lexis-com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/document/?pdmfid=1516831&crid=756fd675-8688-4e60-90ac-3f94a82ae00f&pddocfullpath=%2Fshared%2Fdocument%2Fcases%2Furn%3AcontentItem%3A3S4X-FHX0-003B-S04Y-00000-00&pdcontentcomponentid=6443&pdshepid=urn%3AcontentItem%3A7XW4-F5B1-2NSF-C2YX-00000-00&pdteaserkey=sr0&pditab=allpods&ecomp=gb63k&earg=sr0&prid=d38db801-3aad-4dbd-87f0-23745f304b5a

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

Criminal Law

Course: criminal law Assignment: Assignment 2 (based on classes 2 and 5) Bob lives in Grand Rapids, MI. One day, Bob is at a local bar. He has had a few drinks, but he is not intoxicated. As he is about to leave, he asks the bartender for a cup of water. The bartender by mistake hands him a 6 ounce cup of 40% Vodka instead. Bob gulps down the glass quickly. He notices the strength of the liquid, but figures that it must be his imagination, as he clearly asked for water. Bob gets in his car and drives home. Unfortunately for him, the vodka goes straight to his head and he becomes intoxicated. Because of Bob’s intoxication, he loses control of his car, which jumps a curb and kills 2 people. Bob is arrested and put on trial under Michigan’s “causing death while operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated” statute, which carries a penalty of up to 15 years in prison. Bob wants to argue that he did not knowingly drink enough to make him drunk. However, the judge instructs the jury that whether Bob knew that the liquid that he drank was vodka was irrelevant because driving while intoxicated is a strict liability offense. Bob’s attorney claims that this would be unconstitutional because it would not be fair to give someone such a severe punishment without proving any mens rea on Bob’s part. Who is correct? Please use appropriate case law to support your answer. An IRAC-based essay is appropriate for this assignment.

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

 Should US police be defunded/reformed?

Should US police be defunded/reformed?

Aug 14th, 2021

Law

If Privacy is Dead, What can be Done to Resurrect it?

The main question (If privacy is dead, what can be done to resurrect it?) brings two questions: -If privacy is dead, who killed it? Did we kill it ourselves? Is it the activities of government agencies like the NSA and GCHQ, or of businesses like Facebook and Google? -If privacy is in fact dead, is there a possible route towards its resurrection? *Please refer to these websites for a possible outline of the essay: https://paulbernal.wordpress.com/2014/09/11/the-resurrection-of-privacy/ https://paulbernal.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/if-privacy-is-dead-we-need-to-resurrect-it/ A short summary of what the essay should demonstrate: *Highly effective and sustained argument, demonstrating exemplary level of understanding *Exemplary level of critical reflection and analysis, and originality and creativity and where relevant of critical application of doctrinal rules and principals to problem fact scenarios *Deeply impressive command of literature, drawing on an exemplary range of material/evidence and/or examining the topic in detail.

Aug 14th, 2021

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