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the IRAC method. IRAC

The students are expected to summarize the facts of the case (what happened that led to the lawsuit and how it progressed through the courts) and prepare a case brief using the IRAC method. IRAC (Issue, Rule, Analysis, and Conclusion) is an acronym for a method for summarizing legal opinions. The “Issue” is the question or problem that the court was addressing (this should be in a form of a question). The “Rule” is the rule or legal principle announced by the court’s holding. The “Analysis” is a brief summary of the court’s reasoning behind the ruling. This may include references to particular laws, policy implications, or other court cases. Finally, the “Conclusion” addresses the applicability of the holding to similar cases. Did the court limit the holding to certain facts or situations? Did the analysis leave room for change or were parameters clearly defined so that the rule is limited in application?
The students are expected to carefully read the assignment instructions, then thoroughly and explicitly address each component of the case summary and brief.
The submission should reflect higher-level cognitive processing (analysis, synthesis, and evaluation), which is essential for someone being prepared to serve in an operational capacity within the healthcare and related industry. To earn the maximum number of points, the submission should reflect graduate-level execution with clear evidence of critical thinking, synthesis of relevant information from credible sources, and clear mastery of the concepts necessary to successfully execute each component of the assignment. The submission should not exceed four (4) pages in length, excluding the title and reference list pages, and explicitly address all required components of this assignment. The document must be double-spaced, adhere to the APA writing style (7th ed.), and include at least three (3) references of credible or peer-reviewed sources to support any suppositions and recommendations. Finally, the document should be prepared as a Microsoft Word document and uploaded to Submit Assignment.

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How does the law approach the regulation of families?

Answer the following questions:
How does the law approach the regulation of families? How does the state reinforce an unequivocal formulation of the family?
What sort of challenges does the heterogeneity within the feminist movement have presented for women’s rights and/or the queer community?
Answer must include citations to the materials attached. Citations must be in footnotes. Each answer has a maximum of 1,500 words (excluding citations). Must include a word count at the end of each answer.
Not all the attached documents have to be used.

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Koontz v. St Johns River Water Mgt District

Refer to the following:
Koontz v. St Johns River Water Mgt District
Koontz Summary (https://www.scotusblog.com/2013/07/opinion-recap-broadening-property-owners-right-to-sue/)
Nollan’s Summary (https://www.oyez.org/cases/1986/86-133)
Dolan’s Summary (https://www.oyez.org/cases/1993/93-518)
Brief the case above. Refer to Kerr reading “How to Read a Legal Opinion Guide” and “What’s in a Case Brief” for help regarding how to structure your writing.
Focus especially on “so what”/significance — how might the reasoning rather than the specific holding apply to other public administrative situations? Comment on whether you agree with the majority or dissent and why. 4-5 paragraphs required.

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Texas. House bill 1927.

Hello. I have been asked to provide a detailed outline on a research paper I’m having to write. My topic is the new permit less carry law that will come into effect September 1st. in Texas. House bill 1927. It should include the *intro
* how I will set the context?
*why is this main idea important?
*what is the thesis? ( I am pro permit less carry)
*three body paragraphs ( from reading your bio you know exactly how to write a paragraph:)
*rebuttal section with the opponents argument then my position, then my refutation.
*conclusion
Also I have made my annotated bibliography and referenced articles from the Dallas morning news in May 2021. Thank you so much for your help. This is so nerve wracking for me. The teacher also states to consider my approach based on the Rogerian style of argument. This only has to be a research detailed outline. I will hopefully be able to write my final draft off of the outline you create… Thanks again! 🙂 My contact information is
jlhowell1984@gmail.com

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security related news and information on new and existing technology,

Need a response written for the following, 300 words. Please use Grammarly to make sure the sentence structure flows correctly and it is not all fill words. Attached is the full assignment to allow for scope on the subject matter, Instructions and topic link, My response, and then a Post That I need respond to.
See attached File.
I have also included the Post below that I need reviewed and responded to as well.
Article
to Respond to:
Discussion #4 – Morehouse
For this weeks discussion post, I visited one of my favorite websites when
it comes to security related news and information on new and existing
technology, bleepingcomputer.com. After scrolling through the
list of articles, I found one that caught my attention. The title of the
article reads “Windows 10 targeted by PuzzleMaker hackers using Chrome
zero-days.” I was interested to learn more about this particular incident
for a few reasons. For one, I use Windows 10 as well as the Chrome web browser
personally and I like to learn more about occurrences that are relevant to me.
And honestly the other reason is that the hackers name intrigued me! They sound
like a villain from a comic book so naturally I was curious to see what they
could pull off.
The threat actor mentioned above, PuzzleMaker, was discovered by Kaspersky
security researchers after they had “used a chain of Google Chrome and
Windows 10 zero-day exploits in highly-targeted attacks against multiple
companies worldwide.” The attacks were first recognized around mid-April
of this year. The reason these exploits worked was due to a remote code
execution vulnerability in Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine as well as a privilege
escalation exploit that was custom made by the threat actor to effect Windows
10 through an information disclosure vulnerability in the Windows kernel. It is
also reported that a privilege escalation bug was discovered in Windows NTFS
that has since been patched along with Windows kernel bug after the release of
the June Patch on Tuesday.
Once these vulnerabilities were exploited, the attackers could gain and keep
a foothold in all infected systems allowing them to execute even more complex
malware as well as allow them to “download and upload files, create
processes, sleep for certain periods of time, and delete itself from the
infected system.” This is not the first attack Chrome has suffered within
the past few months. With the growing number of attacks, Google reported that
their zero-day bug catching team named Project Zero uncovered a group of
hackers that used eleven zero-day attacks that affected Windows, iOS and
Android users in a single year.

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discuss a variety of Constitutional Law issues.

Week 3 Discussion
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Chapter 4 and 5 discuss a variety of Constitutional Law issues. Choose one of the topical areas (e.g., 1st Amendment, 14th Amendment, Title IX) and discuss its impact on sports. Which area of Constitutional Law do you believe you have the highest likelihood of encountering/being affected by in your future career?
Check out this recent ruling regarding Free Speech at sport events. Thoughts?

Long Arm of the Law Stops at “The Finger”

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potential factors and issues associated with four types of business entities in the context of U.S. contract law.

RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT – BUSINESS ENTITY IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTRACTS
Overview
One of the most common ways in which business managers are involved with business law is in relation to contracts. Organizations of any size will most likely need to create, negotiate, review, approve, adhere to, and resolve conflicts associated with contracts. A business determines its legal standing by determining what type of legal entity it should be. The type of legal entity can significantly impact:
How lawsuits can be brought.
How the organization enters into contracts.
How the income from the organization’s contracts is taxed.
How liability for breach of contract is assigned.
How the business is sold.
Preparation
For this assignment, assume that you work as a manager in a relatively small, privately owned U.S. business. The company president (who is also the owner) inherited the company from his mother and has never started a business. He is considering creating a spin-off business (possibly with one or two associates) but is unsure about what form of business entity would be best to use for the new business. It is expected that contracts will play a major role in the success of the business, as it utilizes numerous suppliers and distributors. The president knows you took a university-level business law class and has asked you to write a briefing analyzing the four most common business entities in the context of contracts to help him decide which type of organization to choose for the new operation.
Research each of the following forms of business entities:
Sole proprietorship.
General partnership.
Corporation.
Limited liability company (LLC).
Instructions
Write a 3-page executive briefing of potential factors and issues associated with four types of business entities in the context of U.S. contract law. Analyze the following for each type of business entity.
Step 1: Explain the creation, negotiation, and approval of contracts for the most common types of business entities.
Analyze the pros and cons of each entity in this context.
For each type of business form, indicate who or what in the legal structure of the business has the authority to perform these functions: create, negotiate, and approve contracts.
Explain the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each of the four business forms with regard to contract creation, negotiation, and approval of contracts.
Step 2: Explain contract liability for the most common types of business entities.
Analyze the pros and cons of each entity in this context.
For each of the four business types, who or what has liability associated with the contract? If the business breaches a contract and is found liable for damages, who in the business might bear personal liability, and what are the consequences for that individual? What liability might the business itself bear, if any?
Explain the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each of the four business forms with regard to contract liability.
Step 3: Explain how the income of each type of business entity is taxed, specifying whether the entity, the owner, or both, are taxed.
Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of each entity in this context.
What are the income tax implications for each type of business? How is the income of the business and its owners taxed?
Analyze the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each of the four business forms with regard to taxation of income.
Step 4: Explain the effects of the type of business entity on the ability to contract for the sale of the business.
Can the business be sold, in whole and/or in part?
How is ownership of the business transferred in terms of what is sold?
Explain the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each of the four business forms with regard to selling the business.
Additional Requirements
Based on your executive audience, your executive briefing should be no more than three pages, in addition to a References page, and should be well organized and written in clear, succinct language. Follow APA rules for attributing sources that support your analysis and conclusions.
Your submission should meet the following requirements:
Written communication: Write in complete sentences free from errors that detract from the overall message.
Font and font size: Arial, 12 point.
Format and length: Double spaced, 2–3 pages.
Citations: Include complete citations of your sources and a References page. Review Evidence and APA for more information on how to cite your sources.
Review the assignment scoring guide for details on how your assignment will be graded.
SCORING GUIDE
Your work will be evaluated using this criteria.
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America v. American Manufacturing Co.

Read the U.S. Supreme Court decisions:
United Steelworks of America v. American Manufacturing Co., 363 U.S. 564 (1960) (Links to an external site.)
United Steelworkers of America v. Warrior & Gulf Navigation Co., 363 U.S. 574 (1960) (Links to an external site.)
United Steelworkers of America v. Enterprise Wheel & Car Corp., 363 U.S. 593 (1960) (Links to an external site.)
Write a 4-5 paragraph memorandum which briefly summarizes one of the Trilogy decisions, using an FIRAC format. See the Course Overview supporting material if you desire assistance with this format. Due Sunday Night

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After attending mediation, the parties came to agreement on health insurance. The CBA is now in place at Rolling Industries

After attending mediation, the parties came to agreement on health insurance. The CBA is now in place at Rolling Industries. The CBA states that the “production line work schedule shall not be changed, absent unusual business circumstances, without six months’ notice to the affected employees.” With two weeks’ notice, David’s schedule is re-organized because of a sudden decreased demand for his production line parts. Other members of his production line are laid off, because of their low service time. David, as a more senior employee, is re-assigned to a different production line which requires weekend hours twice each month. David files a grievance over the decision because of the change in his schedule. The contract requires that his grievance, if not resolved informally, must proceed to arbitration

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Griffith v. Valley of Sun

Instructions: Read the facts of the case. In this
exercise, you are going to argue both sides of the case while answering key
questions about negligence. Try to put yourself in the shoes of each side and
make the best legal arguments that you can. Remember to use the legal terms and
concepts you are learning in this course.
You Be the Judge: Griffith v. Valley of Sun
Recovery, Inc.[1]
Facts: Don Gorney was a “repo
man”—someone authorized to find and take cars whose owners are behind on
payments. A repossessor is allowed to drive away in such a car, provided he can
do it peacefully. Gorney worked for Valley of Sun Recovery. He sought a car belonging
to Linda Marsalek and Bob Williams. Gorney knew that there had been other,
failed efforts to repossess the Marsalek car, including a violent confrontation
involving attack dogs. He thought he could do better. Gorney went to the
car at 4:00 in the morning. He unscrewed the bulb in an overhead street lamp.
He unlocked the car, setting off its alarm, and quickly hid. The alarm aroused
the neighborhood. Williams and a neighbor, Griffith, investigated and concluded
it was an attempted theft. They called the police. Gorney watched all of this
from his hiding place. When everyone had gone, Gorney entered the car, again
setting off the alarm and arousing the neighborhood. Williams and Griffith
again emerged, as did another neighbor, dressed in his underwear and carrying a
shotgun. They all believed they had caught a thief. Williams shouted for the
gun and the neighbor passed it to him, but it went off accidentally and
severely injured Griffith.
Griffith sued Valley of Sun. The trial court granted summary
judgment for Valley of Sun, and Griffith appealed.
You Be the Judge:
1. Did Valley of Sun have a duty to Griffith?
The argument for Valley of Sun:
The argument for Griffith:
2. Did the company breach its duty?
The argument for Valley of Sun:
The argument for Griffith:
3. Was the breach the factual cause of the injury?
The argument for Valley of Sun:
The argument for Griffith:
4. Was this type of injury foreseeable?
The argument for Valley of Sun:
The argument for Griffith: