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In 250 words or more, answer the following. The responsibility of the directors

In 250 words or more, answer the following. The responsibility of the directors of a corporation is to provide a return to shareholders on their financial investment in the corporation; in other words, shareholders expect to make money on their investment. Corporations such as Facebook, Google, and Apple are financed through the sale of billions and billions of dollars in shares purchased by investors. Sometimes, however, the duty to maximize profits runs contrary to legal, but still questionable, business opportunities.…

One of the most fundamental issues in business law involves the question of when

One of the most fundamental issues in business law involves the question of when a company can be held liable for the acts of an individual person, whether this involves a contractual obligation or a personal injury (meaning a tort). Choose one of the scenarios below and explain whether you think the business is liable for the acts under the principles of agency law. A real estate agent hires a handful of local kids to do the landscaping of homes that he is…

A suspect is apprehended in a department store by the security guard. The suspec

A suspect is apprehended in a department store by the security guard. The suspect is placed in handcuffs and taken to the manager's office. The police are called and advised of the situation. Officer Martinez arrives at the department store approximately 15 minutes later. Officer Martinez takes a statement from the security guard and views the in-store camera film of the shoplifting incident. Officer Martinez places the suspect under arrest, reads the suspect the Miranda warnings, and asks the suspect…

(4) SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDIES: These case studies are based primarily on

(4) SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDIES: These case studies are based primarily on the material found in: Layzer, Judith A. (2016). The environmental case: Translating values into policy (4th ed.). Washington, DC: CQ Press. You will select one of the possible short environmental case studies. You also should incorporate class discussion and documentaries were appropriate. Your case study papers should briefly detail the following: short case topic is anyone one of the chapters, please don’t pick one you already did ! …

Course Paper Outline: One-page outline of your paper including main ideas – DUE

Course Paper Outline: One-page outline of your paper including main ideas - DUE 21-NOV-2020 Submit a course paper to discuss and evaluate: The regulation of tobacco products, including advertising and promotion How to approach the paper include:   1.Chose a specific section of the FDCA (covered in the course- I will provide this) and applying it to the topic above 2.Identify a Warning letter from the FDA website and explain how the manufacturer violated the FDCA and what steps need…

In 250 words or more, answer the following. One of the most fundamental issues i

In 250 words or more, answer the following. One of the most fundamental issues in business law involves the question of when a company can be held liable for the acts of an individual person, whether this involves a contractual obligation or a personal injury (meaning a tort). Choose one of the scenarios below and explain whether you think the business is liable for the acts under the principles of agency law. A real estate agent hires a handful of local kids to…

The Administrative Procedure Act (APA) is the law under which U.S. government fe

The Administrative Procedure Act (APA) is the law under which U.S. government federal regulatory agencies create the rules and regulations necessary to implement and enforce major legislative acts. Speculate as to what might happen if these agencies become indiscriminant in their rule-making activities. Assess the effectiveness of the constitutional principle that the legislative, executive, and judicial functions of government should not exist within the same person or group of persons. Provide an example of an instance when this principle does…

From the first e-Activity, explain whether BP’s actions were intentional or negl

From the first e-Activity, explain whether BP’s actions were intentional or negligent and discuss how you arrived at your conclusion. At issue in the case Labriola v. Pollard Group Inc. from the second e-Activity is consideration for the formation of a contract when an employee, already employed by the employer, executes a non-compete agreement but receives no new benefit and the employer incurs no further obligations. Articulate the highlights of this argument and how it affects Labriola’s future employment possibilities.