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Question 33434

posted 1 years ago

3. Rosalba, a resident of New Mexico, claims that Pet Food Company Inc., sold dog food that made her dog, Champ, sick. Champ is a prize-winning poodle. He survived the pet food fiasco only after traveling to a veterinarian in Florida specializing in p0odles and only because he had two very expensive surgeries. Additionally, his ability to sire has been impaired, and Rosalba will earn no more breeding fees from Champ. Her alleged damages are $100,000. Pet Food Company Inc., is incorporated in Delaware, with its principal place of business in New Mexico.
3a. Rosalba would like to bring the lawsuit in Federal Court in Florida, where her veterinarian is located, so it will be easy for the vet to testify at the trial. What would you tell her and why?(20 points)
3b. Rosalba would like to obtain additional evidence regarding the knowledge of Pet Food Company about any contaminants in the dog food, including whether the company was aware of any contamination and whether any other customers have contacted and/or sued Pet Food Company. How can Rosalba get this information? (10 points)

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Question 33433

posted 1 years ago

2. Sam was illegally growing marijuana in his home using heat lamps. The police randomly selected his street to search for illegal activity. Without any kind of a warrant, they used a thermal imager, an instrument that detects heat emissions, and determined that given the amount of emissions coming from Sam's house, he must be engaged in criminal marijuana cultivation. The police immediately broke down Sam's door, searched his home, and arrested him. The police officer in charge told Sam that he had no right to stay silent and that he might as well confess. Sam proceeded to confess to growing marijuana and a number of other crimes. The judge was so angry with Sam that he threw him in jail for two months without any kind of hearing. Sam's court-appointed lawyer, who just graduated from law school, is not sure if the police acted legally in Sam's case by using the thermal imager. Sam's lawyer
2a. Identify any issues involving the actions of the police and judge. How should these issues be addressed by Sam's lawyer and how should they be resolved by a court? (25 points)
2b. What if Sam did not own the home that he was living in, and in fact, the home had beenabandoned before Sam broke in and established his growing operation? In what way, if any,does this change your answer to 2a? (10 points)
also questions whether Sam had a right to remain silent, and he is concerned that the judge has not granted Sam a hearing.

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Question 33432

posted 1 years ago

1. Yuna, suffered a personal injury while operating her tractor at home in California. She filed a negligence suit in federal court against the manufacturer, Jack Doe Tractor, Inc. Jack Doe Tractor is incorporated in Delaware with its principal place of business in Illinois. Yuna also sued the seller, Cali Equipment Inc, which is incorporated in California with its principal place of business in California. Yuna and Cali Equipment informally agreed to settle out of court, but the agreement was subject to approval by Cali Equipment's insurer. Before a final agreement was reached regarding settlement with Cali Equipment, Jack Doe filed a motion in federal court for dismissal for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
1a. Should the court grant the motion for dismissal? (25 points)
1b. If Cali settles with Yuna, and Yuna dismisses the case against Cali before the court decides on the motion. Should the court grant the motion? (10 points)

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Question 26928

posted 1 years ago

The rule of law is a central constitutional principle. However, it is fundamentally vague and only operates to preserve the status quo.

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Question 26927

posted 1 years ago

The approach of the courts in the UK to parliamentary sovereignty is unsatisfactory because it is contradictory - in some cases the judges have said they remain committed to this doctrine, in other cases they claim it has been limited.'

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Question 26929

posted 1 years ago

4. In principle, any disagreements between government ministers must be kept private. In practice, it is very difficult to ensure that a united front between Cabinet ministers is presented to the public, particularly when the political issues are divisive and individual ministers cannot, or simply refuse to, agree.

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Question 26926

posted 1 years ago

1. Constitutional conventions reflect important democratic principles. As a result, when constitutional conventions are not followed, the democratic nature of the UK constitution is challenged. To deal with this problem, a codified constitution is required.

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Question 5204

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Evaluate in practical terms the elements of legislation that be observed in a personal and or work context, to include health safety and welfare at work and communications-related legislat the responsibilities that apply when working in a supervisory cap2.
Critique current issues and developments in communications &information technology
Awareness of relevant legislation (10%)
1. Critique current issues in communications and information technology, to include digital and mobile technology, the intern the policies and principles relevant to a vocational area
The act to critique can be described as:
A critique considers positive aspects of a subject as we las negative ones
Therefore today we are going to continue to look at LearningOutcomes 1 and 2:

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Question 5203

posted 1 years ago

• The documents should include the criteria outlined in the instructions section and the marks section above• Please put your name, assignment number, module code and title,date and word count on the front page of the collection of documents• This essay should be no more than 1500 words• Font size 12
Assessment Criteria Communications and Information Technology Essay• Identify and critique developments in ICT over the last 10 years.This requires an outline of the advantages and disadvantages of each development identified (5 marks)• Briefly identify what legislation and codes of practice can help protect and assist employers and employees regarding the following issues: online work place bullying, harassment,managing GDPR, Freedom of Information requests, protecting copyright and intellectual property. (1 mark per subject) (5 marksin total)(Total 10 marks 10%)
Communications and Information Technology Essay (10%)Students must submit a structured essay which demonstrates and critiques current issues in communications and information technology and the role played by current legislation and regulation.Critique current issues in communications and information technology, to include digital and mobile technology, the internet, and the policies and principles relevant to a vocational area
Critique current issues in communications and information technology, to include digital and mobile technology, the internet, and the policies and principles relevant to avocational area• Evaluate in practical terms the elements of legislation that must be observed in a personal and or work context, to include health, safety and welfare at work and communications-related legislation, and the responsibilities that apply when working in a supervisory capacity

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Question 2514

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International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
Convention on the Rights of the Child
Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Your written report should include at least 8 (scholarly) journal articles or books. The format of your report will be discussed in greater detail during tutorials.
There have to be in-text citations as well as references done in APA style.
Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of sex, race, nationality, ethnicity, language,religion, age, disability, or any other status.
Word Count: 1000-1200 words
For this assessment task, you are required to write a report (1000 – 1200 words) that is based on one of the following groups who, at various times and in various contexts, have not had their human rights protected or promoted:
*People with disabilities * Refugees * Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples * Children * Women
https://humanrights.gov.au/about/what-are-human-rights to access the following:
In your report, you are required to review, analyse and draw from relevant human rights documents (listed below) and from current evidence to explain:
The obligations of governments to promote and protect the human rights and freedoms of your chosen group (i.e., the obligations of governments to act in certain ways or refrain from certain acts).
• The ways in which Australian government(s) have not and/or do not meet specific obligations under specific conventions/articles to promote and protect the human rights and freedoms of your chosen group. Examples can be based on past and/or present legislation, policies and practices.
The ways in which Australian government(s) do meet their obligations under specific conventions/articles to promote and protect the human rights and freedoms of your chosen group.Examples should be based on up to date legislation, policies and practices.
Refer to the Australian Human Rights Commission website found at
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

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