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    being terminated, Coleman continued to act as an agent for the company and met with John again to apologize and take him out for dinner that was paid for by Software INC. During the dinner, John and Coleman got into an argument that led Coleman to punch John in the eye, causing severe eye damage. Issues Is Software INC liable for the full value of the ring that Coleman stole while he was in Smalltown, Colorado? Will Software INC be liable to Jimmy’s mom and the owners of Jimmy’s bar? Is Coleman a victim of a wrongful termination? Is Software INC responsible for the restaurant tab for the dinner that John and Coleman had? Is Software INC liable for the injuries John sustained by Coleman? Legal Concepts The doctrine of respondeat superior states that “principals are liable for the negligent conduct of agents acting within the scope of their employment” (Cheeseman 2010 p.475). At the time Coleman blew the fireball that killed Jimmy and severely damaged Jimmy’s bar, he was meeting with a client on company time. However, the doctrine of frolic and detour relieves the principal of liability if “an agent does something during the course of his/her employment to further his/her own interests rather than the principals” (Cheeseman 2010 p.475). When Coleman stole the ring, it was for his own personal interest which relieves the company of their liability. Wrongful termination is “the termination of an agency contract in violation of the terms of the agency contract”…

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    symbolize different things. Conrad used this term in ways to identify social and intellectual elements in order to help the reader get a feel of his outlook and his own opinions of the world. The two most noticeable interpretations of “darkness” were how it symbolized racism in the world and it also symbolized the enormous impact that an uncivilized world can have on a civilized person. Symbolism of racism was the first thing that stood out while reading this story. This idea came from the…

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    Sometimes the thief is a member of the actual company who has a great head position within it, but ended up being greedy, just like the superior officer. This situation can also apply in the military if the superior officer is not punished for abusing his power above other personnel. Approaching the dilemma in a global perspective, countries in Europe describe orders differently as well as how and when following any order should take place. Countries such as England, Belgium, as well as Germany…

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    ADIRONDACKS One of the most memorable places I have been to was the Adirondacks. The Adirondacks had a big lake with tons of houses all around it. There were all sorts of houses around it. There were also a lot of mountains all around. Here is an essay on different senses you could use at the Adirondacks. There were so many amazing sights. You could see a lot of mountains all around and a giant lake. Seeing the giant lake every single day was amazing. Every single time I saw it I was still…

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    Glaciers can be destructive, while moving glaciers can take along many things with them including: trees, rocks, and many more. The Wisconsin Glaciation stretched as far down to Des Moines, Iowa. To get to Iowa you have to pass through Minnesota. The last advance of the Wisconsin Glaciation to reach Minnesota began around 75,000 years ago. The Glacier was advancing until the Glacier retreated and left Minnesota about 21,000 to 25,000 years ago. The glacier had all melted in Minnesota…

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