Select TWO court cases (from different chapters) from the list below, and respond in writing to the case questions. 1.Kroll v. White Lake Ambulance Authority (Ch 6, p 193). 2.EEOC v. Dial Corp. (Ch 6, p 207). 3.Lanning v. SEPTA I & II (Ch 6, p 213). 4.Breiner v. Nevada Department of Corrections (Ch 7, p 227). 5.Lewis v. Heartland Inns of America (Ch 7, p 236). 6.Hamilton v. Geithner (Ch 7, p 220). The requirements below must be met for your paper to be accepted and graded: Write between 750 1,250 words (approximately 3 5 pages) using Microsoft Word in APA style, see example below.. Use font size 12 and 1 margins.. Include cover page and reference page.. At least 80% of your paper must be original content/writing.. No more than 20% of your content/information may come from references.. Use at least three references from outside the course material, one reference must be from EBSCOhost. Text book, lectures, and other materials in the course may be used, but are not counted toward the three reference requirement.. Cite all reference material (data, dates, graphs, quotes, paraphrased words, values, etc.) in the paper and list on a reference page in APA style.. References must come from sources such as, scholarly journals found in EBSCOhost, CNN, online newspapers such as, The Wall Street Journal, government websites, etc. Sources such as, Wikis, Yahoo Answers, eHow, blogs, etc. are not acceptable for academic writing.
500-600 Words in APA format – at least 2 references with in-text citations
After performing the cost benefit analysis on technology options, the leadership of Smitheford Pharmaceuticals has asked you to determine what other factors should influence their decision. Identify these other factors and provide your insight as to their importance. Do world-class organizations always select the higher technology option; why or why not?
Materials attached for reference for assignment.
Please read everything carefully
Review a video of a speech and write a letter/memo/email addressed to your instructor evaluating/assessing your performance.
Review your video three times, (1) as if you were the intended audience, then (2) without sound, and finally, (3) with sound only. The focus of your self-assessment focus should be your delivery skills (verbal and nonverbal skills). Answer the question, would you submit this video clip as part of a job application or would you post to a social networking site that future employers could view? Did you appear professional, establish credibility, appear confident, etc.?
The assignment is asking for three things so there should be at least three different paragraphs.
Instructions: A one-page self-assessment written as letter/memo/email on your video performance addressed to your instructor. Single-space; double-space between paragraphs, with one-inch margins, using a 12 point font. Remember only use I twice to start a sentence.
Make sure to follow proper format requirements for the letter, memo, or email format that you choose.
Here’s a video I thought would be good to evaluate
Pretent this is your own resume video and you’re critiquing your own video, so write the letter/memo/email from that point of view
I have attached the final research paper. I need to prepare PPT from that. 8 slides. APA format and please return the work ontime.
For this assignment, reflect upon ONE major item that you took away from learning the content in this section.
In this case, please write about reciprocity in the food economic system:
forms of reciprocity.
Sharing is a survival strategy among foraging groups.
Attached is the document where questions are there. Please use Excel preferred,………………………
Learning Objectives and Outcomes Analyze the given case study on v Recommend controls to avoid an enterprise security breach.
Read the text sheet named Local Breach of Sensitive Online Data and address the following:
Using what you have learned about security breaches, describe what measures should have been taken by the educational service and test preparation provider to avoid the security breach mentioned in the text sheet.
Respond to your peers with your point of view on their answers. Make sure your opinion is substantiated with valid reasons and references to the concepts covered in the course. In addition, initiate a discussion with the students who comment on your answer.
After the discussion, you need to prepare a summary report. The report should include the following: Explanation of the security controls that could have prevented the security breach Rationale for choosing the security controls
Required Resources Text sheet: Local Breach of Sensitive Online Data (ts_localbreach)
Submission Requirements Format: Microsoft Word Font: Arial, 12-Point, Double-Space Citation Style: Follow your schools preferred style guide Length: 2 pages Citation Style: APA with at least 2 Refferences
Use the following checklist to support your work on the assignment: I have engaged in a discussion of the assigned topics with at least two of my peers. I have raised questions and solicited peer and instructor input on the topics discussed. I have articulated my position clearly and logically. I have supported my argument with data and factual information. I have provided relevant citations and references to support my position on the issue discussed. I have compared and contrasted my position with the perspectives offered by my peers and highlighted the critical similarities and differences. I have solicited peer and instructor feedback on my arguments and propositions. I have offered a substantive and critical evaluation of my peers perspective on the issues that is opposite of mine, and supported my critical review with data and information. I have followed the submission requirements.
All the files needed are on google Drive there is two chapters.
chapter 2 is from 10-37 and chapter 3 is from 38 – 61
Also all work needs to be from the book.
you will find the link in the Word doc
Read the two chapters (chapters 2&3) from the book The America We Live In-A View from 30,000 feet
Part 1: Prepare a brief summary of each of the two chapters covering the following:
a. Select one trend or condition that is covered from each of the two chapters that you have a concern about or an interest in and fully describe the trend or condition
b. Discuss how these two trends or conditions affect you as college graduate entering the workforce and beginning your professional life in America.
c. Discuss what actions you can take to deal with these trends or conditions (taking advantage of the positive ones and minimizing the effect of the negative ones).
you get to become an expert on American foreign policy in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The United States started to have more influence in the world during this time. Was that a good thing or not? In this portfolio you get to choose whether you would like to write a dialogue between a famous person who believes the U.S. should have more influence and extend its reach (Imperialists) and someone who is against the U.S. exerting its power (anti-imperialist). If you would just like to write an essay comparing the opinions of those two people (imperialists and anti-imperialists) you may choose to do that. You will have to do the research and use it to inform your writing.
1.After extensive rule-making hearings during which extensive evidence was taken regarding advertising and the level of competition among Certified Financial Planners (CFP), the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (hereafter CFPB), which is part of the Dodd-Frank Act,passed a rule requiring that any advertisement of a CFP must contain the following content:No representation is made that the services offered are of any greater quality than those offered by any other Certified Financial Planner.
Assuming that the CFPB has the administrative authority to regulate Certified Financial Planners:
1. Is this type of requirement Constitutionally permissible?
2. Analyze and explain.
2.John Jones owns Grinders which is a gentlemans club in Dothan, Alabama. Grinders employs a number of young women to dance for the patrons of the club. Most of the young women are students at Troy University (Dothan). They dance in order to make money to afford tuition for their educational pursuits. The club has a policy of no fraternization by the girls with the customers, but that is hard for Jones to control.A former dancer, who now lives in Pensacola, Florida contributed comments on Facebook to a series of comments and short articles about the human trafficking that was taking place along the Gulf Coast, especially in the Dothan area. She specifically wrote that Jones was deeply involved in human trafficking and that he has been involved in it for a number of years. She wrote that Jones arranges for his girls to make trips to Orlando and Miami to service customers of very high powered business people who deal with foreign businessmen, foreign politicians, and other powerful foreign individuals. Assume that Jones has never been involved in human trafficking, that the womans comments are defamatory per se, and that Jones has now contacted counsel to file an action for Libel against the female author of the comments and against Facebook. Jones wants to file in the United States District Court in the Middle District of Alabama (Montgomery). Dothan is in the Middle District of Alabama.Further assume that the author of the comments has no specific contacts with Alabama. She is no longer a resident, she owns no property here, she does not vote here. In short, she has no physical or economic contacts with Alabama.
1. Would the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama have personal jurisdiction over the author of the defamatory Facebook posting?
2. Would Jones be able to sue Facebook in that Court? Support your conclusions with analyses.
Double-spaced using 12 pt. font.
At least two pages each
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