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MGMT 520 ENTIRE COURSE – NEW 2014

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MGMT 520 Entire Course - New 2014 Week 2Pick an administrative agency of either the federal or a state government. Find where the current and proposed regulation changes for that agency are located on the Internet…1. State the administrative agency which controls the regulation. Explain why this agency and your proposed regulation interest you (briefly). Will this proposed regulation affect you or the business in which you are working? If so, how?2. Describe the proposal/change3. Write the public comment which you would submit to this proposal. If the proposed regulation deadline has already passed, write the comment you would have submitted. Explain briefly what you wish to accomplish with your comment.4. Provide the “deadline” by which the public comment must be made. (If the date has already passed, please provide when the deadline was).5. a) Once you have submitted your comment, what will you be legally entitled to do later in the promulgation process (if you should choose to do so)?b) If the proposal passes, identify and explain the five legal theories you could use in an attempt to have the regulation declared invalid and overturned in court.c) Which of these challenges would be the best way to challenge the regulation you selected for this assignment if you wanted to have the regulation overturned and why?Week 3Go to Kubasek, Chapter 13, page 369, problem 13-16. Use Lexis in the Keller library and look up the Nadel er al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc. case…Now, in the library, click the “Shepardize” button in the top right of the LexisNexis page on the case. This provides you with all of the case which have used Nadel et al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc…What must a party establish to prevail on a motion for summary judgment? (3 points)2. What court decided the case in the assignment? (2 points)3. Briefly state the facts of this case, using the information found in the case in LexisNexis. (5 points).4. According to the case, why was this not defamation, and what tort did the court approve a filing for? (5 points)5. In the decision, why does the court state further proceedings will be required? (5 points)6. Do you agree with this decision? Why or why not? (5 points)A. The name and citation of the case (5 points):B. The name of the court which decided the case (3 points):C. The year of the decision (2 points):D. The facts of the case (5 points):The issue of the case (5 points):F. The “decision” of the case (5 points):G. The principle of law the case was used (cited) for in the case (5 points):Week 4You Decide: Contract Dispute Group Discussion (75 point):Scenario SummaryThis group project covers a contract dispute situation. As a group, work through the following questions. Feel free to ask further questions in the thread of your group members, and answer your group members questions as well. The best work will be where all…Week 5 Midterm Exam(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, “Why an International Code of Ethics would be good,” which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. As you have worked…Great Depression(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good," which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. In 2009-10 Toyota…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a solution to the problem you received above using the Professional Obligation School…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good." which was assigned to be read at the beginning… CEO was removed by BP…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose (Points: 40)(TCO F) Target sells bags that appear to be Prada, Gucci, and Coach handbags but are priced much lower. The brand labels on the bags say "Pardna," "Guchy," and "Coaching." The prices…(TCO B) The "public comment" period closes on an OSHA proposed regulation, and your business had filed a public comment against the proposed regulation explaining that the…(TCO C) One summer, David Baxter and his wife, Melissa, were on their new boat with another couple, tubing on the Mississippi river. David and the other couple had been drinking…(TCO C) Will E. Chancit, a 36-year-old attorney, was killed when his Ford Fairlane collided with some metal fence on the Harbor Freeway in Los Angeles. He was traveling at a speed between…(TCO F) In Midler v. Ford Motor Co., Bette Midler sued Ford for unauthorized appropriation. Explain what appropriation is. Tell me what type of civil claim appropriation…(TCO B) Infuriated when Harry Reid is re-elected during the 2010 fall election, the Republicans in Congress decide to take matters into their own hands. In 2011, the House…(TCO C) Bud Johnson owns a General Motors dealership in Pierre, South Dakota. At the request and expense of General Motors, Bud travelled to Phoenix, Arizona, for…(TCO D) (This is a fictional scenario.) Billy Joel decided he wanted to learn to play the violin for his next set of concerts. He called a violin salesman in New York and asked…(TCO B) After the 2010 full election, the democrats in congress decided to take matters into their own hands. During the lame duck session, they passed a new "election…(TCO D) SpongeBob is a farmer who contracted with Progresso to provide 6 tons of clams worth $3,000/ton to be delivered at Progresso each month. Progresso…(TCO F) When Vanna White sued Samsung for appropriation and under the Lanham Act, she won her case under California common law right of publicity claim…Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent Rights 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDC, 22 people were…Week 6Scenario Summary – Week 6 Individual Project (100 points)Virginia Pollard worked as a cashier and clerk for Teddy's Supplies, a family-owned chain of film production equipment supply stores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. During a routine performance evaluation, Virginia's supervisor at Teddy's complained that she made too many personal phone calls when she worked in the West Orange store. The supervisor ….Week 8 Final Exam(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Luigi and Maria Spongee…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Janet Fonda, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in New Jersey they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John, Lionel, and Evelyn Harrymore, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Illinois they were…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s New Jersey campus, Robinson, Romney, and Obama, decide to visit ABC Go-kart facility together in Pennsylvania…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Hamilton, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profit college…PART B LinkTime has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points: 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Marvin worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Marvin was a public school physical…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with from their…(Points: 30)(TCOs B, C, G, I) KWRF, a small market radio station, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed…(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Bruno and Helga Kreamie opened…(Points : 30)(TCOs D, E, F) Frank Jones is a college student who had a plow attached to his jeep so he could earn extra money plowing during the winter. Jones was under contract to plow the driveways…(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Lonestar Trucking, a large freight carrier servicing the Southwest, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration…(Points : 15)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s Illinois campus, Favre, Bush, and Clinton, decide to visit XYZ Go-kart facility together in Minnesota. This decision is made after…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Judy Collinsworth, a then-unknown folk singer, signed a three album recording contract with Mercury Apollo Music, Inc. Mercury Apollo Music was a…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Franklin, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profitPART B FaceLinked has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points : 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Woody worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Woody was a public school physical education teacher….(Points : 30)(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from Ireland at the onset of World War II, Shamus and Mary McCream opened a bakery in Boston…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCO D) Short Answer Question and Facts for Page 1 Questions:A well-known pharmaceutical company, Robins & Robins, is working through a public scandal. Three popular medications that they sell over the counter have been…(Points : 15)(TCO B) The FDA decides to require all pharmaceutical companies to immediately implement the tracking bars (UPC) as a result of the disaster with Robins & Robins. Robins…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Robins & Robins immediately issued a massive recall for the tainted medication upon learning of the situation. Despite the recall, 1,400 children and 350 adults have…(Points : 30)Here is a second version of this question: You are the public relations advisor for Robins & Robins, and your boss tells you to write him a memo that he will use to draft a public announcement. He needs you to explain to him why Robins & Robins should not be…(TCO A) It is discovered that Robins & Robins knew about the tainted medication 2 months earlier than they announced the recall. They hid it and, in fact, sent out contract..(Points: 30)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for being…(Points: 15)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for beingThis is a same scenario, but the last question is different. See answer below to the last part.(TCO E and H) A private high school hires a new Superintendent, George Forester. The school is owned by a local Lutheran Church and is run by a board of directors chosen… (TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue the school and Pastor Forester for discrimination and further, for liability for their injuries (the stabbing damages and the damages to Lisa’s…Bottom of FormHere is a second version of this question(TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue Pastor Forester and the school under Title VII. Analyze their Title VII lawsuit against the school and Pastor Forester. Explain whether you…(TCO H and E) In the discovery portion of the case, it is determined that Pastor Forester is really not a Pastor. His real name is Jerry Birches, who is a parolee with convictions for…(Points: 30)(TCO F and G) Laura Etheridge and Rita O’Donnell, the CEO and Creative Director of Clean Clothes (a Texas based lesbian women’s clothing line) brainstormed together…(TCO F) Ellen DeGeneres sues Clean Clothes for the use of a look-alike model for the slacks advertisement. She includes Lanham Act, misappropriation, and "Right of…(Points: 30)(TCO G) It is discovered that two weeks before the Ellen show, she had sold $2 million in JOSB stock (at a gain of about $2,200). The morning after her show, Ellen sold…(Points: 30)(TCO B) Name one argument that Robins & Robins could have used to fight against the imposition of a tracking bar (UPC) requirement in the event their lobbying efforts…(TCO F) Eagle Standard AInc. (ESI) a major engineering firm specialized in designing aircraft parts for government contracts. ESI employees project managers and 42 engineers who are..(TCO B) Faxco Incorporated is a business with 500 employees. The CEO of the company has recently learned based on employee surveys. That the employees are not…(Points: 45)(TCOs D, E, F) State Senator Leghornne, while filibustering the opposition party’s proposed statute on public education, accuses State Senator Gentile, the bill’s..(Points : 15)(TCOs D, E, F) Benjamin is a long-time key salesman for Morton and Dunderfield, a business supply company in Eastern Pennsylvania. The company decides..(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Vineyard Air, a small business with one twin engine airplane that shuttles people from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard, learns from reading in…(Points : 15)(TCOs A, D, E) Anita Baker, a then-unknown jazz singer, signed a three album recording contract with Beverly Glen Music, Inc. Beverly Glen Music was a boutique label…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Jane worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Jane was a public school physical education..(Points : 30) Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDCWeek 1 Discussions 2 Disbarment of Lawyers 35 PagesRead the "Disbarment of Lawyers" case on pages 225 and 226 in the Kubsek text and frame your answer around the four questions for the case study which are located on page 226. In evaluating this scenario, focus upon the question of what you would do if you are directed to do something that…Week 2 Discussions 1 Chapter 5 Problems 35 PagesWhat compelling governmental interests would have to exist for these laws to be sustained? How else could the government justify their enactment? How could the laws be modified so as not to be a deemed an unlawful seizure or taking? Please study the following problems:Week 2 Discussions 2 Chapter 19 Problems 33 PagesDid the agencies involved violate Due Process or other Constitutionally mandated safeguards? What type of evidence would the agencies need to justify their actions. How might the aggrieved parties demonstrate that the agencies were acting in an arbitrary and capricious manner? How might the agencies defend against such a charge?Week 3 Discussions 1 Breach of Warranty 38 PagesArvo Lake, a retired 71-year-old man, bought an air conditioner in May. The unit was installed and operated according to the manufacturer's specifications. Unbeknownst to Lake, the unit contained a hole in the refrigeration system that allowed Freon, the coolant, to escape from the unit. By August…Week 3 Discussions 2 Environmental Liability and Due Process 34 PagesIn 1979, Paul and John Reardon purchased 16 acres of land located next to a manufacturing plant in Massachusetts. In 1983, a state environmental agency, responding to a citizen's report, tested soil samples from both properties and discovered extremely high levels of polychlorinated…Week 4 Discussions 1 Shirley Parker v. Twentieth 39 PagesOur textbook discusses monetary and equitable remedies in the event that a contract is breached. These issues presented themselves in the case Shirley Parker v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. (Case 11-4) on page 297 of your eBook. Read Case problem 11-8 on page 307 of your e-book…Week 4 Discussions 2 Larry Podder or Harry Potter 35 PagesYou are a newly promoted supervisor for Playing with God, a company that makes computer games for a Christian bookstore. One of the directors on the corporate board is Jon Bakker, a long-lost nephew of TV evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye. Jon’s son, Larry Bakker, is a member…Week 5 Discussions 1 Pusey v. Bator 40 PagesPlease read Case problem 16-13 at the end of Chapter 16 in your eBook regarding the lawsuit by Pusey in the case Pusey v. Bator. Under what theory might Ms. Pusey argue that Greif Brothers…Week 5 Discussions 2 The Lemon Tree Dilemma 39 PagesThe website EEOC.gov should be a bookmarked site for any individual who is working as or plans to work as a manager in a business with more than one (i.e., the owner) employee. This website contains the information that the federal government expects companies and…Week 6 Discussions 1 Restraint of Trade and Antitrust 42 PagesLook at problem 25-14 found on page 718 of your eBook. We will begin our discussion this week by working through this "credit card" problem to help us understand "per se" violations and how they…Week 6 Discussions 2 Consumer Protections 35 PagesTo start our discussion this week - let's review Case problem 26-17 on page 761 of your eBook. In addition to the question presented by the problem: 1. What responsibilities did Easton and Source One Associates, Inc. have to the individuals and…Week 7 Discussions 1 Multinational Companies 33 PagesLet's finish up this term with a discussion about moving our personal and business ethics into the international business realm. Let's look at how ethics and laws span the concepts of all of our TCOs to date and discuss them in a realistic perspective, with particular emphasis….Week 7 Discussions 2 SOX and Insider Trading 33 PagesReview problem 24-15, found on page 677 of your eBook. Let's look at corporate malfeasance, both specifically as it is seen in the case of Mr. Bleakney and NMC, and more generally, at companies

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MGMT 520 Entire Course - New 2014 Week 2Pick an administrative agency of either the federal or a state government. Find where the current and proposed regulation changes for that agency are located on the Internet…1. State the administrative agency which controls the regulation. Explain why this agency and your proposed regulation interest you (briefly). Will this proposed regulation affect you or the business in which you are working? If so, how?2. Describe the proposal/change3. Write the public comment which you would submit to this proposal. If the proposed regulation deadline has already passed, write the comment you would have submitted. Explain briefly what you wish to accomplish with your comment.4. Provide the “deadline” by which the public comment must be made. (If the date has already passed, please provide when the deadline was).5. a) Once you have submitted your comment, what will you be legally entitled to do later in the promulgation process (if you should choose to do so)?b) If the proposal passes, identify and explain the five legal theories you could use in an attempt to have the regulation declared invalid and overturned in court.c) Which of these challenges would be the best way to challenge the regulation you selected for this assignment if you wanted to have the regulation overturned and why?Week 3Go to Kubasek, Chapter 13, page 369, problem 13-16. Use Lexis in the Keller library and look up the Nadel er al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc. case…Now, in the library, click the “Shepardize” button in the top right of the LexisNexis page on the case. This provides you with all of the case which have used Nadel et al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc…What must a party establish to prevail on a motion for summary judgment? (3 points)2. What court decided the case in the assignment? (2 points)3. Briefly state the facts of this case, using the information found in the case in LexisNexis. (5 points).4. According to the case, why was this not defamation, and what tort did the court approve a filing for? (5 points)5. In the decision, why does the court state further proceedings will be required? (5 points)6. Do you agree with this decision? Why or why not? (5 points)A. The name and citation of the case (5 points):B. The name of the court which decided the case (3 points):C. The year of the decision (2 points):D. The facts of the case (5 points):The issue of the case (5 points):F. The “decision” of the case (5 points):G. The principle of law the case was used (cited) for in the case (5 points):Week 4You Decide: Contract Dispute Group Discussion (75 point):Scenario SummaryThis group project covers a contract dispute situation. As a group, work through the following questions. Feel free to ask further questions in the thread of your group members, and answer your group members questions as well. The best work will be where all…Week 5 Midterm Exam(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, “Why an International Code of Ethics would be good,” which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. As you have worked…Great Depression(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good," which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. In 2009-10 Toyota…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a solution to the problem you received above using the Professional Obligation School…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good." which was assigned to be read at the beginning… CEO was removed by BP…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose (Points: 40)(TCO F) Target sells bags that appear to be Prada, Gucci, and Coach handbags but are priced much lower. The brand labels on the bags say "Pardna," "Guchy," and "Coaching." The prices…(TCO B) The "public comment" period closes on an OSHA proposed regulation, and your business had filed a public comment against the proposed regulation explaining that the…(TCO C) One summer, David Baxter and his wife, Melissa, were on their new boat with another couple, tubing on the Mississippi river. David and the other couple had been drinking…(TCO C) Will E. Chancit, a 36-year-old attorney, was killed when his Ford Fairlane collided with some metal fence on the Harbor Freeway in Los Angeles. He was traveling at a speed between…(TCO F) In Midler v. Ford Motor Co., Bette Midler sued Ford for unauthorized appropriation. Explain what appropriation is. Tell me what type of civil claim appropriation…(TCO B) Infuriated when Harry Reid is re-elected during the 2010 fall election, the Republicans in Congress decide to take matters into their own hands. In 2011, the House…(TCO C) Bud Johnson owns a General Motors dealership in Pierre, South Dakota. At the request and expense of General Motors, Bud travelled to Phoenix, Arizona, for…(TCO D) (This is a fictional scenario.) Billy Joel decided he wanted to learn to play the violin for his next set of concerts. He called a violin salesman in New York and asked…(TCO B) After the 2010 full election, the democrats in congress decided to take matters into their own hands. During the lame duck session, they passed a new "election…(TCO D) SpongeBob is a farmer who contracted with Progresso to provide 6 tons of clams worth $3,000/ton to be delivered at Progresso each month. Progresso…(TCO F) When Vanna White sued Samsung for appropriation and under the Lanham Act, she won her case under California common law right of publicity claim…Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent Rights 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDC, 22 people were…Week 6Scenario Summary – Week 6 Individual Project (100 points)Virginia Pollard worked as a cashier and clerk for Teddy's Supplies, a family-owned chain of film production equipment supply stores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. During a routine performance evaluation, Virginia's supervisor at Teddy's complained that she made too many personal phone calls when she worked in the West Orange store. The supervisor ….Week 8 Final Exam(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Luigi and Maria Spongee…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Janet Fonda, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in New Jersey they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John, Lionel, and Evelyn Harrymore, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Illinois they were…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s New Jersey campus, Robinson, Romney, and Obama, decide to visit ABC Go-kart facility together in Pennsylvania…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Hamilton, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profit college…PART B LinkTime has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points: 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Marvin worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Marvin was a public school physical…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with from their…(Points: 30)(TCOs B, C, G, I) KWRF, a small market radio station, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed…(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Bruno and Helga Kreamie opened…(Points : 30)(TCOs D, E, F) Frank Jones is a college student who had a plow attached to his jeep so he could earn extra money plowing during the winter. Jones was under contract to plow the driveways…(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Lonestar Trucking, a large freight carrier servicing the Southwest, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration…(Points : 15)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s Illinois campus, Favre, Bush, and Clinton, decide to visit XYZ Go-kart facility together in Minnesota. This decision is made after…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Judy Collinsworth, a then-unknown folk singer, signed a three album recording contract with Mercury Apollo Music, Inc. Mercury Apollo Music was a…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Franklin, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profitPART B FaceLinked has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points : 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Woody worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Woody was a public school physical education teacher….(Points : 30)(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from Ireland at the onset of World War II, Shamus and Mary McCream opened a bakery in Boston…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCO D) Short Answer Question and Facts for Page 1 Questions:A well-known pharmaceutical company, Robins & Robins, is working through a public scandal. Three popular medications that they sell over the counter have been…(Points : 15)(TCO B) The FDA decides to require all pharmaceutical companies to immediately implement the tracking bars (UPC) as a result of the disaster with Robins & Robins. Robins…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Robins & Robins immediately issued a massive recall for the tainted medication upon learning of the situation. Despite the recall, 1,400 children and 350 adults have…(Points : 30)Here is a second version of this question: You are the public relations advisor for Robins & Robins, and your boss tells you to write him a memo that he will use to draft a public announcement. He needs you to explain to him why Robins & Robins should not be…(TCO A) It is discovered that Robins & Robins knew about the tainted medication 2 months earlier than they announced the recall. They hid it and, in fact, sent out contract..(Points: 30)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for being…(Points: 15)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for beingThis is a same scenario, but the last question is different. See answer below to the last part.(TCO E and H) A private high school hires a new Superintendent, George Forester. The school is owned by a local Lutheran Church and is run by a board of directors chosen… (TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue the school and Pastor Forester for discrimination and further, for liability for their injuries (the stabbing damages and the damages to Lisa’s…Bottom of FormHere is a second version of this question(TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue Pastor Forester and the school under Title VII. Analyze their Title VII lawsuit against the school and Pastor Forester. Explain whether you…(TCO H and E) In the discovery portion of the case, it is determined that Pastor Forester is really not a Pastor. His real name is Jerry Birches, who is a parolee with convictions for…(Points: 30)(TCO F and G) Laura Etheridge and Rita O’Donnell, the CEO and Creative Director of Clean Clothes (a Texas based lesbian women’s clothing line) brainstormed together…(TCO F) Ellen DeGeneres sues Clean Clothes for the use of a look-alike model for the slacks advertisement. She includes Lanham Act, misappropriation, and "Right of…(Points: 30)(TCO G) It is discovered that two weeks before the Ellen show, she had sold $2 million in JOSB stock (at a gain of about $2,200). The morning after her show, Ellen sold…(Points: 30)(TCO B) Name one argument that Robins & Robins could have used to fight against the imposition of a tracking bar (UPC) requirement in the event their lobbying efforts…(TCO F) Eagle Standard AInc. (ESI) a major engineering firm specialized in designing aircraft parts for government contracts. ESI employees project managers and 42 engineers who are..(TCO B) Faxco Incorporated is a business with 500 employees. The CEO of the company has recently learned based on employee surveys. That the employees are not…(Points: 45)(TCOs D, E, F) State Senator Leghornne, while filibustering the opposition party’s proposed statute on public education, accuses State Senator Gentile, the bill’s..(Points : 15)(TCOs D, E, F) Benjamin is a long-time key salesman for Morton and Dunderfield, a business supply company in Eastern Pennsylvania. The company decides..(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Vineyard Air, a small business with one twin engine airplane that shuttles people from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard, learns from reading in…(Points : 15)(TCOs A, D, E) Anita Baker, a then-unknown jazz singer, signed a three album recording contract with Beverly Glen Music, Inc. Beverly Glen Music was a boutique label…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Jane worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Jane was a public school physical education..(Points : 30) Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDCWeek 1 Discussions 2 Disbarment of Lawyers 35 PagesRead the "Disbarment of Lawyers" case on pages 225 and 226 in the Kubsek text and frame your answer around the four questions for the case study which are located on page 226. In evaluating this scenario, focus upon the question of what you would do if you are directed to do something that…Week 2 Discussions 1 Chapter 5 Problems 35 PagesWhat compelling governmental interests would have to exist for these laws to be sustained? How else could the government justify their enactment? How could the laws be modified so as not to be a deemed an unlawful seizure or taking? Please study the following problems:Week 2 Discussions 2 Chapter 19 Problems 33 PagesDid the agencies involved violate Due Process or other Constitutionally mandated safeguards? What type of evidence would the agencies need to justify their actions. How might the aggrieved parties demonstrate that the agencies were acting in an arbitrary and capricious manner? How might the agencies defend against such a charge?Week 3 Discussions 1 Breach of Warranty 38 PagesArvo Lake, a retired 71-year-old man, bought an air conditioner in May. The unit was installed and operated according to the manufacturer's specifications. Unbeknownst to Lake, the unit contained a hole in the refrigeration system that allowed Freon, the coolant, to escape from the unit. By August…Week 3 Discussions 2 Environmental Liability and Due Process 34 PagesIn 1979, Paul and John Reardon purchased 16 acres of land located next to a manufacturing plant in Massachusetts. In 1983, a state environmental agency, responding to a citizen's report, tested soil samples from both properties and discovered extremely high levels of polychlorinated…Week 4 Discussions 1 Shirley Parker v. Twentieth 39 PagesOur textbook discusses monetary and equitable remedies in the event that a contract is breached. These issues presented themselves in the case Shirley Parker v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. (Case 11-4) on page 297 of your eBook. Read Case problem 11-8 on page 307 of your e-book…Week 4 Discussions 2 Larry Podder or Harry Potter 35 PagesYou are a newly promoted supervisor for Playing with God, a company that makes computer games for a Christian bookstore. One of the directors on the corporate board is Jon Bakker, a long-lost nephew of TV evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye. Jon’s son, Larry Bakker, is a member…Week 5 Discussions 1 Pusey v. Bator 40 PagesPlease read Case problem 16-13 at the end of Chapter 16 in your eBook regarding the lawsuit by Pusey in the case Pusey v. Bator. Under what theory might Ms. Pusey argue that Greif Brothers…Week 5 Discussions 2 The Lemon Tree Dilemma 39 PagesThe website EEOC.gov should be a bookmarked site for any individual who is working as or plans to work as a manager in a business with more than one (i.e., the owner) employee. This website contains the information that the federal government expects companies and…Week 6 Discussions 1 Restraint of Trade and Antitrust 42 PagesLook at problem 25-14 found on page 718 of your eBook. We will begin our discussion this week by working through this "credit card" problem to help us understand "per se" violations and how they…Week 6 Discussions 2 Consumer Protections 35 PagesTo start our discussion this week - let's review Case problem 26-17 on page 761 of your eBook. In addition to the question presented by the problem: 1. What responsibilities did Easton and Source One Associates, Inc. have to the individuals and…Week 7 Discussions 1 Multinational Companies 33 PagesLet's finish up this term with a discussion about moving our personal and business ethics into the international business realm. Let's look at how ethics and laws span the concepts of all of our TCOs to date and discuss them in a realistic perspective, with particular emphasis….Week 7 Discussions 2 SOX and Insider Trading 33 PagesReview problem 24-15, found on page 677 of your eBook. Let's look at corporate malfeasance, both specifically as it is seen in the case of Mr. Bleakney and NMC, and more generally, at companies

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(If the date has already passed, please provide when the deadline was).5. a) Once you have submitted your comment, what will you be legally entitled to do later in the promulgation process (if you should choose to do so)?b) If the proposal passes, identify and explain the five legal theories you could use in an attempt to have the regulation declared invalid and overturned in court.c) Which of these challenges would be the best way to challenge the regulation you selected for this assignment if you wanted to have the regulation overturned and why?Week 3Go to Kubasek, Chapter 13, page 369, problem 13-16. Use Lexis in the Keller library and look up the Nadel er al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc. case…Now, in the library, click the “Shepardize” button in the top right of the LexisNexis page on the case. This provides you with all of the case which have used Nadel et al. v. Burger King Corp. & Emil, Inc…What must a party establish to prevail on a motion for summary judgment? (3 points)2. What court decided the case in the assignment? (2 points)3. Briefly state the facts of this case, using the information found in the case in LexisNexis. (5 points).4. According to the case, why was this not defamation, and what tort did the court approve a filing for? (5 points)5. In the decision, why does the court state further proceedings will be required? (5 points)6. Do you agree with this decision? Why or why not? (5 points)A. The name and citation of the case (5 points):B. The name of the court which decided the case (3 points):C. The year of the decision (2 points):D. The facts of the case (5 points):The issue of the case (5 points):F. The “decision” of the case (5 points):G. The principle of law the case was used (cited) for in the case (5 points):Week 4You Decide: Contract Dispute Group Discussion (75 point):Scenario SummaryThis group project covers a contract dispute situation. As a group, work through the following questions. Feel free to ask further questions in the thread of your group members, and answer your group members questions as well. The best work will be where all…Week 5 Midterm Exam(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, “Why an International Code of Ethics would be good,” which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. As you have worked…Great Depression(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good," which was assigned to be read at the beginning of the course. In 2009-10 Toyota…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose a solution to the problem you received above using the Professional Obligation School…(Points: 40)(TCO I) Marianne Jennings wrote an article, "Why an International Code of Ethics would be good." which was assigned to be read at the beginning… CEO was removed by BP…(TCO A) Use the fact pattern you received in the above Marianne Jennings "International Code of Ethics" question to answer this question. Analyze and propose (Points: 40)(TCO F) Target sells bags that appear to be Prada, Gucci, and Coach handbags but are priced much lower. The brand labels on the bags say "Pardna," "Guchy," and "Coaching." The prices…(TCO B) The "public comment" period closes on an OSHA proposed regulation, and your business had filed a public comment against the proposed regulation explaining that the…(TCO C) One summer, David Baxter and his wife, Melissa, were on their new boat with another couple, tubing on the Mississippi river. David and the other couple had been drinking…(TCO C) Will E. Chancit, a 36-year-old attorney, was killed when his Ford Fairlane collided with some metal fence on the Harbor Freeway in Los Angeles. He was traveling at a speed between…(TCO F) In Midler v. Ford Motor Co., Bette Midler sued Ford for unauthorized appropriation. Explain what appropriation is. Tell me what type of civil claim appropriation…(TCO B) Infuriated when Harry Reid is re-elected during the 2010 fall election, the Republicans in Congress decide to take matters into their own hands. In 2011, the House…(TCO C) Bud Johnson owns a General Motors dealership in Pierre, South Dakota. At the request and expense of General Motors, Bud travelled to Phoenix, Arizona, for…(TCO D) (This is a fictional scenario.) Billy Joel decided he wanted to learn to play the violin for his next set of concerts. He called a violin salesman in New York and asked…(TCO B) After the 2010 full election, the democrats in congress decided to take matters into their own hands. During the lame duck session, they passed a new "election…(TCO D) SpongeBob is a farmer who contracted with Progresso to provide 6 tons of clams worth $3,000/ton to be delivered at Progresso each month. Progresso…(TCO F) When Vanna White sued Samsung for appropriation and under the Lanham Act, she won her case under California common law right of publicity claim…Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent Rights 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDC, 22 people were…Week 6Scenario Summary – Week 6 Individual Project (100 points)Virginia Pollard worked as a cashier and clerk for Teddy's Supplies, a family-owned chain of film production equipment supply stores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. During a routine performance evaluation, Virginia's supervisor at Teddy's complained that she made too many personal phone calls when she worked in the West Orange store. The supervisor ….Week 8 Final Exam(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Luigi and Maria Spongee…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Janet Fonda, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in New Jersey they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John, Lionel, and Evelyn Harrymore, siblings and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Illinois they were…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s New Jersey campus, Robinson, Romney, and Obama, decide to visit ABC Go-kart facility together in Pennsylvania…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Hamilton, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profit college…PART B LinkTime has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points: 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Marvin worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Marvin was a public school physical…(Points: 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with from their…(Points: 30)(TCOs B, C, G, I) KWRF, a small market radio station, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed…(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from a region in central Europe threatened by the onset of World War II, Bruno and Helga Kreamie opened…(Points : 30)(TCOs D, E, F) Frank Jones is a college student who had a plow attached to his jeep so he could earn extra money plowing during the winter. Jones was under contract to plow the driveways…(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Lonestar Trucking, a large freight carrier servicing the Southwest, learns from reading in the industry trade magazine that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration…(Points : 15)(TCO C) Three professors from Keller’s Illinois campus, Favre, Bush, and Clinton, decide to visit XYZ Go-kart facility together in Minnesota. This decision is made after…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Judy Collinsworth, a then-unknown folk singer, signed a three album recording contract with Mercury Apollo Music, Inc. Mercury Apollo Music was a…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, B, F, H) PART A Paul and Thomas Franklin, brothers, are college students and web designers. While at the University of Megalopolis, a private, for-profitPART B FaceLinked has been a phenomenal success for over ten years. They are now a worldwide social networking phenomenon. Over the years and the various…(Points : 60)(TCOs A, D, E) Woody worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Woody was a public school physical education teacher….(Points : 30)(TCOs G and I) In the 1930s, after immigrating to the U.S. from Ireland at the onset of World War II, Shamus and Mary McCream opened a bakery in Boston…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, E, F) John and Edwin Booth, brothers and actors, decide to retire after years on the road. They remember a town in Louisiana they were familiar with…(Points : 30)(TCO D) Short Answer Question and Facts for Page 1 Questions:A well-known pharmaceutical company, Robins & Robins, is working through a public scandal. Three popular medications that they sell over the counter have been…(Points : 15)(TCO B) The FDA decides to require all pharmaceutical companies to immediately implement the tracking bars (UPC) as a result of the disaster with Robins & Robins. Robins…(Points: 30)(TCO C) Robins & Robins immediately issued a massive recall for the tainted medication upon learning of the situation. Despite the recall, 1,400 children and 350 adults have…(Points : 30)Here is a second version of this question: You are the public relations advisor for Robins & Robins, and your boss tells you to write him a memo that he will use to draft a public announcement. He needs you to explain to him why Robins & Robins should not be…(TCO A) It is discovered that Robins & Robins knew about the tainted medication 2 months earlier than they announced the recall. They hid it and, in fact, sent out contract..(Points: 30)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for being…(Points: 15)(TCO I) A Canadian citizen whose son (resident of Ontario) died from the medication sues Robins & Robins in a California court. The court there is well known for beingThis is a same scenario, but the last question is different. See answer below to the last part.(TCO E and H) A private high school hires a new Superintendent, George Forester. The school is owned by a local Lutheran Church and is run by a board of directors chosen… (TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue the school and Pastor Forester for discrimination and further, for liability for their injuries (the stabbing damages and the damages to Lisa’s…Bottom of FormHere is a second version of this question(TCO E) Anna and Lisa both sue Pastor Forester and the school under Title VII. Analyze their Title VII lawsuit against the school and Pastor Forester. Explain whether you…(TCO H and E) In the discovery portion of the case, it is determined that Pastor Forester is really not a Pastor. His real name is Jerry Birches, who is a parolee with convictions for…(Points: 30)(TCO F and G) Laura Etheridge and Rita O’Donnell, the CEO and Creative Director of Clean Clothes (a Texas based lesbian women’s clothing line) brainstormed together…(TCO F) Ellen DeGeneres sues Clean Clothes for the use of a look-alike model for the slacks advertisement. She includes Lanham Act, misappropriation, and "Right of…(Points: 30)(TCO G) It is discovered that two weeks before the Ellen show, she had sold $2 million in JOSB stock (at a gain of about $2,200). The morning after her show, Ellen sold…(Points: 30)(TCO B) Name one argument that Robins & Robins could have used to fight against the imposition of a tracking bar (UPC) requirement in the event their lobbying efforts…(TCO F) Eagle Standard AInc. (ESI) a major engineering firm specialized in designing aircraft parts for government contracts. ESI employees project managers and 42 engineers who are..(TCO B) Faxco Incorporated is a business with 500 employees. The CEO of the company has recently learned based on employee surveys. That the employees are not…(Points: 45)(TCOs D, E, F) State Senator Leghornne, while filibustering the opposition party’s proposed statute on public education, accuses State Senator Gentile, the bill’s..(Points : 15)(TCOs D, E, F) Benjamin is a long-time key salesman for Morton and Dunderfield, a business supply company in Eastern Pennsylvania. The company decides..(Points : 15)(TCOs B, C, G, I) Vineyard Air, a small business with one twin engine airplane that shuttles people from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard, learns from reading in…(Points : 15)(TCOs A, D, E) Anita Baker, a then-unknown jazz singer, signed a three album recording contract with Beverly Glen Music, Inc. Beverly Glen Music was a boutique label…(Points : 30)(TCOs A, D, E) Jane worked at the local country club pool as a lifeguard, not a swim teacher, for the summer of 2013. Jane was a public school physical education..(Points : 30) Week 1 Discussions 1 National and International Ethics-Patent 41 PagesIn the fall of 2001, anthrax was used as a weapon of terror in the United States, when it was sent to numerous media and political organizations and individuals, including Tom Brokaw of NBC News, Dan Rather of CBS News, and U.S. senators. According to a report from the CDCWeek 1 Discussions 2 Disbarment of Lawyers 35 PagesRead the "Disbarment of Lawyers" case on pages 225 and 226 in the Kubsek text and frame your answer around the four questions for the case study which are located on page 226. In evaluating this scenario, focus upon the question of what you would do if you are directed to do something that…Week 2 Discussions 1 Chapter 5 Problems 35 PagesWhat compelling governmental interests would have to exist for these laws to be sustained? How else could the government justify their enactment? How could the laws be modified so as not to be a deemed an unlawful seizure or taking? Please study the following problems:Week 2 Discussions 2 Chapter 19 Problems 33 PagesDid the agencies involved violate Due Process or other Constitutionally mandated safeguards? What type of evidence would the agencies need to justify their actions. How might the aggrieved parties demonstrate that the agencies were acting in an arbitrary and capricious manner? How might the agencies defend against such a charge?Week 3 Discussions 1 Breach of Warranty 38 PagesArvo Lake, a retired 71-year-old man, bought an air conditioner in May. The unit was installed and operated according to the manufacturer's specifications. Unbeknownst to Lake, the unit contained a hole in the refrigeration system that allowed Freon, the coolant, to escape from the unit. By August…Week 3 Discussions 2 Environmental Liability and Due Process 34 PagesIn 1979, Paul and John Reardon purchased 16 acres of land located next to a manufacturing plant in Massachusetts. In 1983, a state environmental agency, responding to a citizen's report, tested soil samples from both properties and discovered extremely high levels of polychlorinated…Week 4 Discussions 1 Shirley Parker v. Twentieth 39 PagesOur textbook discusses monetary and equitable remedies in the event that a contract is breached. These issues presented themselves in the case Shirley Parker v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. (Case 11-4) on page 297 of your eBook. Read Case problem 11-8 on page 307 of your e-book…Week 4 Discussions 2 Larry Podder or Harry Potter 35 PagesYou are a newly promoted supervisor for Playing with God, a company that makes computer games for a Christian bookstore. One of the directors on the corporate board is Jon Bakker, a long-lost nephew of TV evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye. Jon’s son, Larry Bakker, is a member…Week 5 Discussions 1 Pusey v. Bator 40 PagesPlease read Case problem 16-13 at the end of Chapter 16 in your eBook regarding the lawsuit by Pusey in the case Pusey v. Bator. Under what theory might Ms. Pusey argue that Greif Brothers…Week 5 Discussions 2 The Lemon Tree Dilemma 39 PagesThe website EEOC.gov should be a bookmarked site for any individual who is working as or plans to work as a manager in a business with more than one (i.e., the owner) employee. This website contains the information that the federal government expects companies and…Week 6 Discussions 1 Restraint of Trade and Antitrust 42 PagesLook at problem 25-14 found on page 718 of your eBook. We will begin our discussion this week by working through this "credit card" problem to help us understand "per se" violations and how they…Week 6 Discussions 2 Consumer Protections 35 PagesTo start our discussion this week - let's review Case problem 26-17 on page 761 of your eBook. In addition to the question presented by the problem: 1. What responsibilities did Easton and Source One Associates, Inc. have to the individuals and…Week 7 Discussions 1 Multinational Companies 33 PagesLet's finish up this term with a discussion about moving our personal and business ethics into the international business realm. Let's look at how ethics and laws span the concepts of all of our TCOs to date and discuss them in a realistic perspective, with particular emphasis….Week 7 Discussions 2 SOX and Insider Trading 33 PagesReview problem 24-15, found on page 677 of your eBook. Let's look at corporate malfeasance, both specifically as it is seen in the case of Mr. Bleakney and NMC, and more generally, at companies