Your team is to analyze the case presented. Instead of developing a written pape

Your team is to analyze the case presented. Instead of developing a written paper, your team is to develop a presentation covering all of the elements that would have been covered in a research paper. Sources must be properly cited, and at least two sources other than the textbook must be used to include outside court cases. The final slide of your presentation should list your references in APA format.
Each team member must narrate the slides he/she contributed to the presentation in Voice Thread. The team will receive one grade for the assignment.
Case Scenario
Lynette Hines is employed by Irvin Industries. She recently became a Seven Day Adventist and has informed her employer that she can no longer work on Saturday. Irvin Industries makes seat cushions for airplanes and is a relatively small operation. While Saturday is not a regular workday, frequently employees are required to work on Saturday and they are informed of this condition of employment during the hiring process. Lynette is told by her supervisor that if the plant is operating on a Saturday, she will have to be there unless she is sick. He explained to Lynette that he had no one to do her job and her absence would slow down production. The following Saturday, Lynette failed to report to work and she was fired. She filed a claim for religious discrimination under Title VII.
A detailed, in-depth analysis with well-documented management tips should be developed for each paper. At least four outside sources should be cited for each paper, but additional sources are recommended. The following rubric will be used for evaluation: Analysis = 40%; Management Tips = 20%; Writing = 15%; Formatting/APA = 15%; References = 10%. Please review the announcements for further guidance on developing these research papers. At least one relevant legal case not found in the textbook must be used as a reference and properly cited. If artificial intelligence is used to write parts or all of the submission, it will be considered plagiarism.

Posted in Law

” A 20-year-old female called 911 to report that she had been sexually assaulted

” A 20-year-old female called 911 to report that she had been sexually assaulted. After taking down the victim’s account of the incident, police officers on the scene saw signs of physical abuse and severe emotional distress. They convinced her to let them transport her to the local emergency room for treatment. She is now in the hands of medical personnel and there are many steps that could be taken in order to best meet her physical and psychological needs.” Create a concept map of the 20 year old female, Be thorough and creative in your response by indicating how these concepts are linked such that the absence of any one of them would create gaps in what should be a treatment plan designed to be effective at reducing the physical and emotional harm of this type of victimization.

Posted in Law

Darin is experiencing personal financial problems. The amount of income he recei

Darin is experiencing personal financial problems. The amount of income he receives from his corporation is barely sufficient to cover his living expenses, the payments due on his mortgage, various credit-card debts, and some loans that he took out to pay for his son’s college tuition. He would like to file for Chapter 7 liquidation just to be rid of the debts entirely, but he knows that he could probably pay them off over a four-year period if he really budgeted and used every cent available to pay his creditors. Darin decides to file for bankruptcy relief under Chapter 7. Are all of Darin’s debts dischargeable under Chapter 7, including the debts incurred for his son’s education? Given the fact that Darin could foreseeably pay off his debts over a four-year period, will the court allow Darin to obtain relief under Chapter 7? Why or why not?

Posted in Law

For this assignment, you will conduct an email interview of an adult (19 years o

For this assignment, you will conduct an email interview of an adult (19 years or older) friend or family member, but not a student in this or any other class at Bellevue University. You will find the interview questions in the attached document above titled “special-project.docx.” The person you select to be interviewed must be someone who has, at some time, been in love and who still believes in love. The project deliverables will consist of two parts (labeled Part A and Part B), together in a single Microsoft Word document (not a PDF): The interview questions and answers. Your reflections on the answers your interviewee has given to the questions, in which you offer your own thoughts and responses. Did any of the answers surprise you? Why or why not? Do you agree with the answers given? Why or why not? You must also include in your reflections reference to a minimum of four of the works read, audited, or viewed for the class up to this point (any combination of the Ackerman readings in various weeks will count as one of the four required references). This reflection portion of your project will be a minimum of 500 words.

Posted in Law

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide a legal framework for law e

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide a legal framework for law enforcement actions. Provide an overview of the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments. Describe how each of these Amendments regulate the actions of the police. Discuss the changing historical philosophy of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding arrests, search and seizure, warrant requirements, custodial interrogation, and identification procedures.

Posted in Law

Would you want a community correctional center to be built in your neighborhood?

Would you want a community correctional center to be built in your neighborhood? Why or why not? In your reply posts: Reply posts are due no later than Sunday, 11:59 p.m. CT. Critically examine the postings of your peers and provide at least two (2) substantive replies. Choose the opposing view of your peers’ initial post and justify your response.

Posted in Law

OBJECTIVE MEMO: RULE EXPLANATION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW The Rule Expla

OBJECTIVE MEMO: RULE EXPLANATION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
The Rule Explanation Paragraph is the building block of the legal argument. The purpose of a
Rule Explanation Paragraph is to explain what one court in one case says about one part of the
rule. In the Objective Memo, you will write four Rule Explanation Paragraphs. However, for this
assignment, you will only write one Rule Explanation Paragraph.
The textbook does not go into great detail about Rule Explanation Paragraphs; however, the
assigned article does. Please read the article before attempting this assignment. You should also
watch the Rule Explanation Paragraph video and read the Rule Explanation Paragraph
Assignments Prompt before attempting this assignment.
You will use Case #2 for this second Rule Explanation Paragraph. Write your Rule Explanation
Paragraph based on the rule for the exercise of physical control from that case. Do not provide
a case summary. Do not explain the whole rule for bailment – just one part: the exercise of
physical control.
INSTRUCTIONS
Read the Wojcik article. Follow the second option described in the article for writing a Rule
Explanation Paragraph. Watch the Rule Explanation Paragraph video. Start the paragraph with a
sentence that explains the exercise of physical control. Then, cite the case from which you have
pulled the explanation (Case #2). In the next 3–4 sentences, state facts from the case that will
help you explain the rule. In the last 1-2 sentences, explain how the court applied that rule to the
facts to arrive at its conclusion on this part of the rule. Make sure to incorporate citations after
every sentence.
Assignment Requirements:
 Length of assignment: 100-200 words
 Format of assignment: Citations should be in Bluebook format
 Number of sources: one source only
 Acceptable sources: Case #2, which was provided to you in the Rule Explanation
Paragraphs Assignment Prompt. No other sources should be used to complete this
assignment.

Posted in Law

Explain and critically assess the importance of the need to exercise care in the

Explain and critically assess the importance of the need to exercise care in the drafting of agreements to arbitrate in international commercial contracts.
There is a maximum word limit of 2000 words for your answer. There is an allowable margin of +/- 10% on this word limit. The word limit includes words in footnotes but does not include words in your bibliography (which should appear as part of your answer).
Students should use the OSCOLA referencing style. The Quick Reference Guide (shorter version) should suffice for most referencing.

Posted in Law

Review reading materials and answer the 5 questions in the attached document. A

Review reading materials and answer the 5 questions in the attached document.
A Brief Overview of Rulemaking and Judicial https://www.federalregister.gov/uploads/2011/01/the_rulemaking_process.pdf
FAR Interim Rule: Federal Acquisition Regulation: Prohibition on Contracting With Entities Using Certain Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Services or https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1610&context=faculty-publications
Administrative Procedure Act, pg. 1169
Agency Power to Issue Rules, pg. 507-516
National Petroleum Refiners Association v. FTC (CADC 1974)
The Evolution of Informal Rulemaking, pg. 561-576
Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Company v. NRDC (1978)
Shell Oil Co. v. EPA (CADC, 1991)
Exemptions from APA Rulemaking Procedures, pg. 623-626, 641-643, 647-649, 656
Arbitrary and Capricious (“Hard Look”) Review, pg. 667-669, 687-702
FCC v. Fox Television Stations (2009)
https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/07/14/2020-15293/federal-acquisition-regulation-prohibition-on-contracting-with-entities-using-certain
https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/R/R41546

Posted in Law