Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an exp

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Debate This: S Corporations
Chapter 33, p.802
William Sharp was the sole shareholder and manager of Chickasaw Club, Inc., an S corporation that operated a popular nightclub of the same name in Columbus, Georgia. Sharp maintained a corporate checking account but paid the club’s employees, suppliers, and entertainers in cash out of the club’s proceeds. Sharp owned the property on which the club was located. He rented it to the club but made mortgage payments out of the club’s proceeds and often paid other personal expenses with Chickasaw corporate funds.At 12:45 a.m. on July 31, eighteen-year-old Aubrey Lynn Pursley, who was already intoxicated, entered the Chickasaw Club. Chickasaw employees did not check Pursley’s identification to verify her age, as required by a city ordinance. Pursley drank more alcohol at Chickasaw and was visibly intoxicated when she left the club at 3:00 a.m. with a beer in her hand. Shortly afterward, Pursley lost control of her car, struck a tree, and was killed. Joseph Dancause, Pursley’s stepfather, filed a tort lawsuit against Chickasaw Club and William Sharp. Using the information presented in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under what theory might the court in this case make an exception to the limited liability of share-holders and hold Sharp personally liable for the damages? What factors would be relevant to the court’s decision?
Suppose that Chickasaw’s articles of incorporation failed to describe the corporation’s purpose or management structure as required by state law. Would the court be likely to rule that Sharp is personally liable to Dancause on that basis? Why or why not?
Suppose that the club extended credit to its regular patrons in an effort to maintain a loyal clientele, although neither the articles of incorporation nor the corporate bylaws authorized this practice. Would the corporation likely have the power to engage in this activity? Explain.
How would the court classify Chickasaw Club, Inc.—domestic or foreign, public or private?
Debate This:The sole shareholder of an S corporation should not be able to avoid liability for the torts of her or his employees

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an exp

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Debate This: Franchises
Chapter 30, p.739
Carlos Del Rey decided to open a fast-food Mexican restaurant and signed a franchise contract with a national chain called La Grande Enchilada. Under the franchise agreement, Del Rey purchased the building, and La Grande Enchilada supplied the equipment. The contract required the franchisee to strictly follow the franchisor’s operating manual and stated that failure to do so would be grounds for terminating the franchise contract. The manual set forth detailed operating procedures and safety standards, and provided that a La Grande Enchilada representative would inspect the restaurant monthly to ensure compliance.Nine months after Del Rey began operating his restaurant, a spark from the grill ignited an oily towel in the kitchen. No one was injured, but by the time firefighters put out the fire, the kitchen had sustained extensive damage. The cook told the fire department that the towel was “about two feet from the grill” when it caught fire, which was in compliance with the franchisor’s manual that required towels to be at least one foot from the grills. Nevertheless, the next day La Grande Enchilada notified Del Rey that his franchise would terminate in thirty days for failure to follow the prescribed safety procedures. Using the information presented in the chapter, answer the following questions.What type of franchise was Del Rey’s La Grande Enchilada restaurant?
If Del Rey operates the restaurant as a sole proprietorship, who bears the loss for the damaged kitchen? Explain.
Assume that Del Rey files a lawsuit against La Grande Enchilada, claiming that his franchise was wrongfully terminated. What is the main factor a court would consider in determining whether the franchise was wrongfully terminated?
Would a court be likely to rule that La Grande Enchilada had good cause to terminate Del Rey’s franchise in this situation? Why or why not?
Debate This:All franchisors should be required by law to provide a comprehensive estimate of the profitability of a prospective franchise based on the experiences of their existing franchisees*Pay attention to the last part “Debate This: All franchisors should be required by law……….”*Adding to answer the questions and the debate, I need that you to write an answer of what you wrote, in other words, I need all the explanation, the debate comments, and also an answer of what you wrote as you were another person*Single spaced, no plagiarism, *1 or 2 sources or citations, if need it

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an exp

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Debate This: Personal Bankruptcy
Chapter 26 p. 631
PART-1Three months ago, Janet Hart’s husband of twenty years died of cancer. Although he had medical insurance, he left Janet with outstanding medical bills of more than $50,000. Janet has worked at the local library for the past ten years, earning $1,500 per month. Since her husband’s death, Janet also has received $1,500 in Social Security benefits and $1,100 in life insurance proceeds every month, giving her a monthly income of $4,100. After she pays the mortgage payment of $1,500 and the amounts due on other debts each month, Janet barely has enough left over to buy groceries for her family (she has two teenage daughters at home). She decides to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, hoping for a fresh start. Using the information provided in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under the Bankruptcy Code after the reform act, what must Janet do before filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7?
How much time does Janet have after filing the bankruptcy petition to submit the required sched-ules? What happens if Janet does not meet the deadline?
Assume that Janet files a petition under Chapter 7. Further assume that the median family income in the state in which Janet lives is $49,300. What steps would a court take to determine whether Janet’s petition is presumed to be substantial abuse under the means test?
Suppose the court determines that no presumption of substantial abuse applies in Janet’s case. Nevertheless, the court finds that Janet does have the ability to pay at least a portion of the medical bills out of her disposable income. What would the court likely order in that situation?
Debate This:Rather than being allowed to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions, individuals and couples should always be forced to make an effort to pay off their debts through Chapter 13.PART 2Respond to others’ comments or questions; challenging others’ postings; and helping others understand a concept through experiences, examples, and explanations. Contribute value to the learning.Comments such as “I agree”, “you did a great job” or “I really liked it” don’t count. Repeating what the students already said does not count. Comments must be thought out and tied back to the chapter textbook material. Your job is to add value, to add something not mentioned.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.You dont need to answer the questions, that is a guideline, I just need a feedback to the debate this partThree months ago, Janet Hart’s husband of twenty years died of cancer. Although he had medical insurance, he left Janet with outstanding medical bills of more than $50,000. Janet has worked at the local library for the past ten years, earning $1,500 per month. Since her husband’s death, Janet also has received $1,500 in Social Security benefits and $1,100 in life insurance proceeds every month, giving her a monthly income of $4,100. After she pays the mortgage payment of $1,500 and the amounts due on other debts each month, Janet barely has enough left over to buy groceries for her family (she has two teenage daughters at home). She decides to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, hoping for a fresh start. Using the information provided in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under the Bankruptcy Code after the reform act, what must Janet do before filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7?
How much time does Janet have after filing the bankruptcy petition to submit the required sched-ules? What happens if Janet does not meet the deadline?
Assume that Janet files a petition under Chapter 7. Further assume that the median family income in the state in which Janet lives is $49,300. What steps would a court take to determine whether Janet’s petition is presumed to be substantial abuse under the means test?
Suppose the court determines that no presumption of substantial abuse applies in Janet’s case. Nevertheless, the court finds that Janet does have the ability to pay at least a portion of the medical bills out of her disposable income. What would the court likely order in that situation?
Debate This:Rather than being allowed to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions, individuals and couples should always be forced to make an effort to pay off their debts through Chapter 13.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an exp

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.You don’t need to answer the questions, that is a guideline, What I need is feedback for the Debate this part.Three months ago, Janet Hart’s husband of twenty years died of cancer. Although he had medical insurance, he left Janet with outstanding medical bills of more than $50,000. Janet has worked at the local library for the past ten years, earning $1,500 per month. Since her husband’s death, Janet also has received $1,500 in Social Security benefits and $1,100 in life insurance proceeds every month, giving her a monthly income of $4,100. After she pays the mortgage payment of $1,500 and the amounts due on other debts each month, Janet barely has enough left over to buy groceries for her family (she has two teenage daughters at home). She decides to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, hoping for a fresh start. Using the information provided in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under the Bankruptcy Code after the reform act, what must Janet do before filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7?
How much time does Janet have after filing the bankruptcy petition to submit the required sched-ules? What happens if Janet does not meet the deadline?
Assume that Janet files a petition under Chapter 7. Further assume that the median family income in the state in which Janet lives is $49,300. What steps would a court take to determine whether Janet’s petition is presumed to be substantial abuse under the means test?
Suppose the court determines that no presumption of substantial abuse applies in Janet’s case. Nevertheless, the court finds that Janet does have the ability to pay at least a portion of the medical bills out of her disposable income. What would the court likely order in that situation?
Debate This:Rather than being allowed to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions, individuals and couples should always be forced to make an effort to pay off their debts through Chapter 13.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.You don’t need to answer the questions, that is a guideline, What I need is feedback for the Debate this part.Three months ago, Janet Hart’s husband of twenty years died of cancer. Although he had medical insurance, he left Janet with outstanding medical bills of more than $50,000. Janet has worked at the local library for the past ten years, earning $1,500 per month. Since her husband’s death, Janet also has received $1,500 in Social Security benefits and $1,100 in life insurance proceeds every month, giving her a monthly income of $4,100. After she pays the mortgage payment of $1,500 and the amounts due on other debts each month, Janet barely has enough left over to buy groceries for her family (she has two teenage daughters at home). She decides to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, hoping for a fresh start. Using the information provided in the chapter, answer the following questions.Under the Bankruptcy Code after the reform act, what must Janet do before filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7?
How much time does Janet have after filing the bankruptcy petition to submit the required sched-ules? What happens if Janet does not meet the deadline?
Assume that Janet files a petition under Chapter 7. Further assume that the median family income in the state in which Janet lives is $49,300. What steps would a court take to determine whether Janet’s petition is presumed to be substantial abuse under the means test?
Suppose the court determines that no presumption of substantial abuse applies in Janet’s case. Nevertheless, the court finds that Janet does have the ability to pay at least a portion of the medical bills out of her disposable income. What would the court likely order in that situation?
Debate This:Rather than being allowed to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions, individuals and couples should always be forced to make an effort to pay off their debts through Chapter 13.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law case study and need support to help

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law case study and need support to help me learn.you have missed
few important parts of the assignment which should be completed properly in
second attempt. the notes that should be improved is written in grade report (attached)Case studyYou have recently been appointed as a member of a People Practice outplacement company. One of your first assignments is to support a client called Technow, a rapidly growing technology company started four years ago by a brother and sister partnership.In your first meeting with the partners, they inform you that they are planning to recruit a new management team which will consist of 5 section heads and 10-line managers, many of whom will be new to the company. The partners main concern is that as the company evolves, they can no longer have personal control over people matters. They request that you take responsibility for raising awareness of people practices to the new management team such as recruitment, work/life balance and engagement, key legislation, diversity, performance management, reward and learning and development. The intention is that the values and practices that the partners hold dear will not be lost in the expansion.Preparation for the Tasks:§At the start of your assignment, you are encouraged to plan your assessment work with your Assessor and where appropriate agree milestones so that they can help you monitor your progress.§Refer to the indicative content in the unit to guide and support your evidence.§Pay attention to how your evidence is presented, remember you are a member of the People Practice team for this task.Ensure that the evidence generated for this assessment remains your own work.The attached word Document has the 6 tasks that needs to be written with the certain number of words of each task.

For the opinion paper, students will write about an aspect of law or alternative

For the opinion paper, students will write about an aspect of law or alternative dispute resolution of their choosing. APA format is required. This paper is worth 100 points. A guideline for length is around 4-5 pages, double spaced. The most important aspect of the opinion paper is how you support your opinion and draw conclusions. Theoretical support of your opinion is required, as is a minimum of three resources that should be used to support your opinion. Your topic must be different from the topic you choose for your Individual Writing Project and Article Review.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need guidance to help

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law question and need guidance to help me learn.Question I – Kansas passes a statutes which says all corn must be grown and processed in a certain manner so as to avoid harmful pesticides. This statute is challenged as being unconstitutional. What are the two factors for the court to consider when deciding whether the statute is constitutional?Question II – If a business does not agree with the decision of a hearing officer, may that business appeal the decision directly to the judicial court system? What steps must the business take to get the case within the judicial system?Question III – Megatron, Inc. is a company with its principal offices in the United States. For years, Megatron has only operated domestically; however, Megatron’s board of directors now feels it is in the company’s best interests to explore how to do business internationally. Give at least three examples of actions Megatron can take with regards to foreign government officials, which would benefits Meagtron’s international growth without running afoul of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)?Requirements:There is no minimum or maximum required number of pages. Your analysis will be considered complete, if it addresses each of the 3 components outlined above.
Use of proper APA formatting and citations. If supporting evidence from outside resources is used those must be properly cited. A minimum of 7 sources (excluding the course textbook) from scholarly articles or business periodicals is required.
Include your best critical thinking and analysis to arrive at your justification.
Submission: Upload/attach your completed paper to this assignment by the due date.
Requirements: stated