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    Walmart Ethos

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    consumers, instead solely focused on a profit. The argument is successful in its attempt to display the horrid acts of the executives in the Walmart company, which is accomplished by appealing to the viewers logos, pathos and ethos. The documentary appeals to its viewers logic by displaying numerous statistics showing the lack of concern from Walmart's executives for their…

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    According to the section 3 of Australian Consumer Law (ACL) the term ‘consumer’ is referred as follows: A person is taken to have acquired particular goods as a consumer if, and only if: (a) The goods were of a kind ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or consumption; or (b) The goods consisted of a vehicle or trailer acquired for use principally in the transport of goods on public roads. In the case Colette who is an owner of competing bakery complained of misleading…

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    1. Contract between You and Us This is a contract between you and Disney Interactive, a California corporation located at 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California 91521, USA, or between you and any different service provider identified for a particular Disney Service. You must read and agree to these terms before using the Disney Services. If you do not agree, you may not use the Disney Services. These terms describe the limited basis on which the Disney Services are available…

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    Compliance Case Study

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    To make a new rule OSHA would first draft a proposed rule then publish the proposed rule in the Federal Registry where the public can review the new rule and comment on it. The agency (OSHA) must allow ample time for comments to be submitted on the rule then they must consider any and all significant and relevant comments and provide a response to those comments, be it a change in the rule or an explanation as to why the rule will stay the way it was drafted. If the agency changes the proposed…

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    Civil litigation is the process of taking legal action against something. It starts with the Plaintiff bringing forth legal action against the Defendant. From this point, the Defendant has to respond to the Plaintiffs actions within a certain time period. Once the Defendant does respond, they can admit to it to a portion or none of the lawsuit at that time. Although if the Defendant does not respond within the time period, then the courts will step in and make a judgment on the case. Once the…

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    Jurisdiction This paper will define jurisdiction and train investigators in the topic. The U.S. Attorney’s Office believes in training investigators in this particular subject. We have a subject located in our neighboring state we are wanting to properly arrest, but before we do so training investigators in this matter. Subject Matter and Personal Jurisdiction For the most part Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction deal with federal court jurisdiction. Governed by Article III…

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    Summary of Facts The Plaintiff and the Defendant had been friends for many years before this incident. They are both musicians and both have helped each other out when it came to their careers. When the Plaintiff stated that if someone needed help on a track then he would ask the Defendant to come and join in. The same instance goes for the Defendant; if he needed help with a track or anything he would go to his then friend the Plaintiff. When the Plaintiff asked for help from the Defendant…

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    Case: Schulz v. Kroger Co.., 963 N.E. 2d 1141 (Ind. Ct. App. 2012) Facts: The Schulzes are appealing the trial court’s summary judgement in favor of Kroger Co., and their knowledge or the existence of any hazardous conditions in its store. Procedural History: Customer, Dixie Schulz allegedly slipped over clear liquid and fell, brought premisis-liability action against Kroger. The Hendricks Superior Court, Karen M. Love, J., granted Kroger’s motion for summary judgement. Customer appealed.…

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    I recently had an opportunity to perform an informative interview with William Payne of Payne Law. I am pursuing my AAS degree in Legal Administrative Office Systems, and wanted more information on what was really happening when they weren’t in front of the court systems. I am in a Legal Terminology class, and really wished to combine what I am currently learning here, with what I’m planning for my future. After this interview I felt more prepared for what is to come in later years. I’m more…

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    Divorce: A Case Study

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    Pursuant to Rule 59.04, Husband argues that the Court should alter or amend the Final Decree of Divorce concerning the following issues: (1) imputation of income to Husband; and (2) the Permanent Parenting Plan. The Court finds these requests are devoid of merit. The purpose of a Rule 59.04 motion to alter or amend a judgement is to provide the trial court with an opportunity to correct errors before the judgement becomes final. In re M.L.D., 182 S.W.3d 890, 895 (Tenn. Ct. App. 2005) (citing…

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