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  • Case Study: Plaintiff VELEZ Vs. HUDSON

    DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION 46. That at all times herein relevant, Plaintiff VELEZ was in a position subordinate to Defendant BESIKO with regard to her employment with Defendant EXPRESS. 47. That at all times herein relevant, Plaintiff HUDSON was in a position subordinate to Defendant BESIKO with regard to her employment with Defendant EXPRESS. 48. That at all times herein relevant, Plaintiff VELEZ would be given directives and take work orders from Defendant BESIKO in the course of her employment with Defendant EXPRESS. 49. That at all times herein relevant, Plaintiff HUDSON would be given directives and take work orders from Defendant BESIKO in the course of her employment with Defendant EXPRESS. 50. That at all times hereinafter mentioned, both Plaintiffs were and are females. 51. Immediately with their hire, the Defendants starting…

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  • Cromwell Fountain 2 Condominium Inc.: Case Study

    to modify scheduling order, and in support thereof, states as follows: I. Plaintiff’s Motion to Stay Proceedings with Regard to Its Pending Declaratory Judgment Action. 1. On March 16, 2016, Plaintiff filed a complaint for declaratory judgment seeking a declaration as to the rights of the parties under a putative contract. 2. On March 17, 2016, Defendant filed a separate complaint alleging that Plaintiff breached the…

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  • Why Is Civil And Criminal Law Important

    (www.differencebetween.com) Crime is of a serious nature that poses threats to “peace and order of society.” (www.differencebetween.com) The legal perspective says that crime is an act that violates criminal law of a country. (www.differencebetween.com) Because of the high value put on freedom, defendants have more rights and protections than civil defendants. (www.rbs2.com) In criminal cases, the state will always have the burden of proof. (www.rbs2.com) They have to prove the defendant…

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  • Institutional Control Case Study

    The Ninth Circuit affirmed the ruling that the NCAA do unlawfully restrain trade – in order words, do violate antitrust laws – but reversed the district courts ruling regarding compensating student-athletes beyond the full cost of attending college through deferred payments. The ruling was appealed to the Supreme Court as well, but the Supreme Court rejected their option to review the case. This lawsuit could potentially have forced the NCAA and their schools to pay million – perhaps even…

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  • Thelma Agnes Smith And Riley Case Study

    Thelma Agnes Smith v. David Phillip Riley, Statement of facts. The plaintiff and defendant cohabited together for numerous years without entering into marriage or civil union. Although, there was a romantic relationship. Unfortunately, the relationship has soured resulting in the need to liquidate assets that were acquired within joint ownership. The plaintiff and defendant had both agreed previously to how the assets would be divided, this agreement was not followed therefore litigation…

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  • Intentional Tort Of Battery Essay

    present case, Joe has committed the intentional tort of battery. A battery is defined as harmful or offensive contact with a person, resulting from an act intended to cause the plaintiff to suffer such a contact. There are four elements of the intentional tort of battery. (1) There must be a voluntary, affirmative…

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  • Stella Liebeck Vs Mcdonald's Case Study

    Rupa Luitel Business Law I Prof. Jerry Sep.10 2016 Drop Box 1 Stella Liebeck vs. McDonald 's case become one of the hot news in 1992, When Stella sued McDonald 's for serving excessive hot coffee. Because of extreme hot coffee she got third degrees burn in her lap. In this case, Plaintiff has mentioned all the consequences and factual information to prove to jury that she got third degree burn from excessive hot coffee. She addressed 6% of her body was burned. Plaintiffs ' expert, a scholar in…

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  • Musiclive Case

    In Stevenson, Jacques & Co v McLean, the defendant offered to sell iron to the plaintiff through a telegram. After receiving the telegram the plaintiff sent a telegram to the defendant asking to accept the stated price for a duration of two months or the longest limit it would allow. The defendant did not respond to the telegram and sold the iron to another party on the same day. The defendant later sent a telegram to the plaintiff informing him that all the iron had been sold. Before the…

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  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Company Case Summary

    and leaves plaintiff to his proofs thereon. 3. In answer to paragraph 3 of plaintiff’s complaint, Defendant Liberty Mutual Insurance Company states that it lacks knowledge or…

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  • Dweck V. Nasser Case Study

    On June 13, 2008, Gila Dweck filed a motion to enforce against Albert Nasser, stating that Nasser refused to bind by an agreement to settle the dispute in Kids International Corporation. The plaintiff Gila Dweck owned 30% of Kids International Co., and was acted as the president and chief executive officer for Kids. The defendant Alberto Nasser, on the other hands, “controls 52.5% of Kids’ equity” (Dweck v. Nasser 2008). The dispute between the two parties started in 2005 when the defendant…

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