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1) A Question of Ethics: There is often a fine line between puffery and express

1) A Question of Ethics: There is often a fine line between puffery and express warranties or puffery and fraudulent misrepresentation. Not all consumers have the knowledge and ability to determine the difference. Cases dealing with these questions have different outcomes depending upon the twelve people sitting in the jury box. After all, the person in sales has to make a living. Where do you stand on using puffery? Briefly discuss. 2. Read the following facts: Moon, a farmer, needs to install a two-thousand-pound piece of equipment in his barn. This will require lifting the equipment thirty fet up into the hayloft. Moon goes to Davidson Hardware and tells Davidson the he needs a heavy-duty rope to be used on his farm. Davidson recommends a one-inch-thick nylon rope, and Moon purchases two hundred feet of it. Moon ties the rope around the piece of equipment; puts the rope through the pulley, and, with a tractor, lifts the equipment off the ground. Suddenly the rope breaks. The equipment crashes to the ground and is severely damaged. Moon files suit against Davidson for breach of the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. Discuss why you think Moon will — or will not– be successful in his suit. 3. Regarding Requirements for Negotiability:: Michael borrowed $2,970 from Cindy. Both of their signatures appeared at the bottom of the note. The note stated: “I Michael Smith owe Cindy Jones $2,970 and agree to pay her back in full” Signed on this 26th day of Septermber, 2009. More than a year later Cindy filed suit against Michael to recover on the note. Michael admitted that he had borrowed the funds, but he contended, without proof, that he had paid Cindy in full. Is this note negotiable? Which party is likely to prevail? Why? 4. Rachel fraudulently induces Blind Aunt Sue to sign a note she thought was a birthday card for Cousin Jane. Rachel sells the note to Terry, who does not know of the fraud and takes the note for value and in good faith, and thus becomes an HDC. Terry sells the note to Hal, who sells the note back to Rachel. Does Rachel acquire Terry’s HDC rights in the note?

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Instructions Prepare a 15–20 slide PowerPoint presentation in which you: Include

Instructions Prepare a 15–20 slide PowerPoint presentation in which you: Include cover, agenda, conclusion, and reference list slides, all of which may count toward total slide count. Provide a 1–2 slide overview of employment law based on information found in Chapter 1 of Employment Law for Human Resource Practice. Note: You may use your discretion to decide which information needs to be addressed as long as your overview is descriptive and relevant. Include in the remaining slides the following required presentation information: Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the roles of employees and employers in terms of determining employment relationships. Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the concept of employment discrimination. Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on the types of discrimination. Provide a three-slide minimum covering at least six strong bullet points highlighting a discussion on retaliation.

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As a support services professional, you may encounter ethical dilemmas, and it i

As a support services professional, you may encounter ethical dilemmas, and it is important to understand the code of ethics and how it can help to resolve these ethical dilemmas. Read the case study about Samuel. In your local community, Samuel Kilts (38) has been arrested and indicted on charges of receiving stolen goods in excess of $1,000 and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, cocaine, fentanyl, and methamphetamine. His criminal justice history indicates these charges are his second conviction. He is going back to prison for a term of approximately 5–10 years with parole. His first set of charges arose following reports from neighbors to the police of continual drug activity at his house. This was especially troubling because of concerns about the endangerment of his 7 year old daughter. It was his first offense; he only served 2 years and probation. Related to the second set of charges, a routine probation check of his home revealed 28 grams or more of cocaine in his room. That justified an in-depth search which uncovered other drugs throughout the home (some accessible by his child). Kilts is currently being held in the local jail awaiting sentencing and placement rulings. As the professional support worker, you are tasked with working with Samuel at the jail. Your supervisor is concerned about Kilts’ interactions with the general jail population as he still has access to drugs. Your supervisor is also concerned because you are new to the facility and they are unsure of your skills working with potentially manipulative inmates. Write a 200-300 word response to each of the questions listed below (total 600-900 words). Identify at least 2 potential conflicts you (the support worker) may encounter when working with Samuel and explain how/why each is an ethical dilemma. Identify one specific code of ethics and describe which specific element(s) of the ethical codes would define the professional violation and how it would help guide your interactions with Samuel. Outline the actions you would take to resolve each of the dilemmas. Research using the textbook and at least 2 evidence-based resources. Format following a Question – Answer style paper. APA formal paper formatting is not required. Follow all standard conventions for grammar, paragraphing, etc. Documentation and in-text citations are required for the use of all resources. Follow APA citation formatting and APA reference list guidelines.

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Create a 12-17 slides PowerPoint about Hurricane Katrina, make sure you add foot

Create a 12-17 slides PowerPoint about Hurricane Katrina, make sure you add footnote. PowerPoint should include Title, Agenda, Case Description 2 slide, Critical Issues 5 slides, Assessment of Issues 5 slides, Recommendation 3 slides, summary.

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Megan’s Law is a generic term used to describe a federal law passed in 1996 that

Megan’s Law is a generic term used to describe a federal law passed in 1996 that authorizes local law enforcement agencies to notify the general public about convicted sex offenders living in their communities. The law was inspired by the case of a New Jersey 7 year old named Megan Kanka who was raped and murdered by a formerly convicted sex offender that moved in across the street from her family. As the result of Megan’s Law legislation being discretional, there are many different adaptations from state to state. Guidelines are in place that provides law enforcement with factors to consider when weighing the risk of re-offending. These guidelines are incorporated into sex offender registries, all of which also differ from state to state. 1. Research the history of Megan’s Law so you are well versed on the topic prior to initiating your discussion. 2. Identify a state that begins with the letters A thru M and discuss their Sex Offender Registry and Notification laws as a foundation for answering the following questions. 3. Since the primary purpose of the legislation is to prevent re-offending, does registering sex offenders actually stop them from molesting new victims? 4. Are we doing enough to monitor them once they are released? ( DISCUSSION BOARD POST)

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Using complete sentences, answer in a short paragraph the following discussion q

Using complete sentences, answer in a short paragraph the following discussion questions (5 Points Each): 1) A Question of Ethics: There is often a fine line between puffery and express warranties or puffery and fraudulent misrepresentation. Not all consumers have the knowledge and ability to determine the difference. Cases dealing with these questions have different outcomes depending upon the twelve people sitting in the jury box. After all, the person in sales has to make a living. Where do you stand on using puffery? Briefly discuss. 2. Read the following facts: Moon, a farmer, needs to install a two-thousand-pound piece of equipment in his barn. This will require lifting the equipment thirty fet up into the hayloft. Moon goes to Davidson Hardware and tells Davidson the he needs a heavy-duty rope to be used on his farm. Davidson recommends a one-inch-thick nylon rope, and Moon purchases two hundred feet of it. Moon ties the rope around the piece of equipment; puts the rope through the pulley, and, with a tractor, lifts the equipment off the ground. Suddenly the rope breaks. The quipment crashes to the ground and is severely damaged. Moon files suit against Davidson for breach of the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. Discuss why you think Moon will — or will not– be successful in his suit. 3. Regarding Requirements for Negotiability:: Michael borrowed $2,970 from Cindy. Both of their signatures appeared at the bottom of the note. The note stated: “I Michael Smith owe Cindy Jones $2,970 and agree to pay her back in full” Signed on this 26th day of Septermber, 2009. More than a year later Cindy filed suit against Michael to recover on the note. Michael admitted that he had borrowed the funds, but he contended, without proof, that he had paid Cindy in full. Is this note negotiable? Which party is likely to prevail? Why? 4. Rachel fraudulently induces Blind Aunt Sue to sign a note she thought was a birthday card for Cousin Jane. Rachel sells the note to Terry, who does not know of the fraud and takes the note for value and in good faith, and thus becomes an HDC. Terry sells the note to Hal, who sells the note back to Rachel. Does Rachel acquire Terry’s HDC rights in the note?

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1. Explain the significance of the merger of offenses and double jeopardy. 2. In

1. Explain the significance of the merger of offenses and double jeopardy. 2. In common law, what was the distinction between murder and manslaughter? 3. Discuss the marital rape exception. 4. Identify and discuss the primary distinction between false imprisonment and kidnapping. Provide a hypothetical example of each.

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Video Discussion-TEDx Talks. (2016, October 7). Reformed Criminals Reforming Cri

Video Discussion-TEDx Talks. (2016, October 7). Reformed Criminals Reforming Criminals | Dave Durocher | TEDxSaltLakeCity [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vsuW9rZWHg

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Harvard format, 3000 words, no plagiarism. Must use The sexual offense act 2003,

Harvard format, 3000 words, no plagiarism. Must use The sexual offense act 2003, brief history of rape, statistics on rape of women, Feminist theory, cultural myths, rape script, the media , 1/2 law cases on rape of women that answers the question, voluntary service such as charities like rape crisis and state services such us the police, judges to complete the essay. Work should be completed in 30hrs pls. Ie. 7pm on the 15th of January 2023. “ANALYSIS OF RAPE OF WOMEN (ROW) EXPERIENCES AND THE IMPACT OF SEXUAL POLITICS, CULTURAL MYTHS AND SOCIETAL RESPONSES ON THOSE EXPERIENCES By (Student’s Name) The Name of the Class (Course) Professor’s Name (Tutor) The Name of the School (University) The City and State where the School it is Located Date of Submission Analysis of Rape Of Women Experiences and the Impact of Sexual Politics, Cultural Myths and Societal Responses on those Experiences” – THIS SHOULD NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE WORD COUNT PLEASE

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After completing the reading and video content, please complete a 500-700 word e

After completing the reading and video content, please complete a 500-700 word essay that addresses each of the following points. Your essay should be one cohesive paper with accurately documented sources in APA format. You should not number each point, but rather incorporate each seamlessly in your essay. Specifically citing your reading material for this module, please explain the key difference between the “action” of stimulant drugs such as Ritalin, and the “effects” of these drugs. What does the drastic increase in Ritalin (and other stimulants) prescriptions for children tell us about the way that we regard children in American society? For example, is the drug treatment of childhood behavioral problems a sign that we have become more sensitive to the mental health needs of children, or, does this demonstrate an increasing lack of tolerance for typical childhood behavior? Please explain. The TED Talk for this module argues that ADHD is not a mental disorder requiring medication, but rather, a difference in cognition. Do you agree or disagree with this assertion? Evaluate the merits of this argument. Based upon the fact that 90% of children who are prescribed stimulant medications for behavioral problems are boys, explain this gender difference from a sociological viewpoint. For example, is this simply a matter of different brain chemistry between boys and girls, or, is the high rate of stimulant drug prescriptions for boys an example of gender discrimination? Please explain. As ADHD is most commonly diagnosed in the school system, please recommend at least three policy changes that can help us assist such children, especially those children that are struggling academically and socially.