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  • Case Study: Hartsock Vs. V. Rich

    Title and Citation HARTSOCK et al. v. RICH’SEMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION et al. Facts of the Case This case is about a check was accidently sent to the wrong address, and the check was illegal cashed by someone that it was not intended for. According to the case, it is about Carolyn Hartsock whom received settlement payments from Prudential Reinsurance Company. After receiving her settlement, she sold one of her lump sum payments of $60, 096 to Singer Asser Finance Company, LLC. She wanted Prudential to send the payment to Singer Asset Finance Company, LLC post office box in New Jersey. Prudential issues the check, but Singer Assert Finance Company, LLC never received it. According to the case, after the check was issued, the check was changed to be made payable to a woman named Ann McCardy in Marietta, Georgia. Once McCardy received the check she deposited the check into her back account at Rich’s Employees Credit Union. McCardy then withdrew all the money from her accounts and her whereabouts are unknown. Hartsock and Singer sued Rich’s Employees Credit Union, Prudential, McCardy, and others. “The trial court granted summary judgment to Rich’s and Wachovia on the conversion and conspiracy claims, but denied summary judgement as to claims for attorney fees and punitive damages” (www.law.justia.com). “Summary judgment is proper when there is no genuine issue of material fact and the movant is entitled to judgement as a matter of law” (law.justia.com). Since Singer never received…

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  • Fair Lending Case Summary

    dismiss, as if Laufman was representing the opposition, he argues he would have filed a motion to dismiss. Moreover, dismissal on the grounds that though Robert and Kathleen’s claims were true, there was no violation because the Fair Housing Act did not apply to discrimination against neighborhoods. Instead, Oakley B.&L. Co. filed a motion to dismiss on the grounds that the anti-discrimination laws prohibits such acts in the sale of housing, not financing. Yet, U.S. District Court Judge David…

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  • Automatic Door Mechanism Report

    these motor and wheel, are used to generate the circular motion, and this circular motion is converted into a linear motion by connecting extension blocks to the wheel. Now, I am going to pick a 70 extension block and connecting it to the wheel block like this, and I close it with a circlip. In the same way, I created another wheel block, and now, keep them aside. Let me Pick a 70 extension block and connect it with a 50 ext block like this, and I am going to attach another 70…

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  • Beowulf Persuasive Essay

    Greatness is only rewarded to those who seek it, not to those who wait for it to be handed out. Accordingly, producing movies based on great works of literature means translating the original work into something that not only has a great moral, but that is also visually captivating throughout the entire duration of the film. Beowulf the poem was published by an anonymous author in the 900’s and reflects the Anglo-Saxon civilization which had just recently converted to Christianity at the time of…

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  • Rem Vs Blackberry

    RIM (Blackberry) What is the status of RIM today? RIM/BlackBerry share of the market has been sliding for several years far from being BlackBerry Nation, as written by Scott Elder in a Washington Post article (Eidler, 2015). Elder also refers to the handheld device as a “Crackberry” that in 2010 nearly 40 percent of the smartphones users owned a Blackberry. However, in 2011 BlackBerry share of the market had fallen to 20 percent while Apple and Android now held 70 percent of the smartphone…

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  • The Natural Born Killers By Olive Stones Film Analysis

    society creates a monster on both the two sides. A series of jump cuts constitute to the convolution of the first scene. The introduction of the movie conveys a skewed perception, foreshadowing the violence that might occur later in the movie. The first scene of the movie elaborates the idea of random editing. This is demonstrated when a stranger asks Mallory’s name. After a certain rude remark, Mickey is ready for action. Before the violence begins, a quick cut to dark is shown. The horror…

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  • How Does Poqqatsi Change Over Time

    Humans, animals, technology, and this planet, are constantly changing and adapting to their surroundings. Life goes on despite the extent of the change, just as the train represents time moving non stop past the tree, that represents life in the movie. The film Powaqqatsi by Godfrey Reggio, displays great change over time to the new industry that erodes the traditional ways of several countries. Transitioning from a slow motion opening scene to a rapid ending pace, the film uses facial…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship With Massage Envy

    For example, when we find that a client has limited range of motion in their right arm. We have an obligation to inform the client as well as writing it down on the medical intake form. Suggesting different ways to improve the range of motion, would still be under our scope of practice. Another example could be finding a bruise somewhere on their body. The client failed to mention the bruise in the pre-chat. Informing the client of your discovery, as well as adding it to the medical intake form…

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  • Visual Effects Industry

    The advancements that “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” made great strides in improving motion capture technology. Although I do not believe that the final product turned out to be very good, the techniques that were developed made other ambitious films a possibility. Specifically, the technique used to capture the subtle nuances of an actor’s performance, which was later used to great effect in the film “The Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”, in regards to the creation and…

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  • Np-Dimer Lab Report

    rotation dynamics of NP-dimers with increasing asymmetries, and observed a full transition picture from the conventional diffusive to superdiffusive rotation, and further to ballistic rotation. Because a better statistic is needed for revealing this transition picture, we performed the following experiments in the continuous e-beam imaging mode where each experiment could contain hundreds to thousands of data points. Presented in Fig. 4A are the typical snapshots of a NP-dimer (D1), with two NPs…

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