Daily Archives: September 6, 2022

Did the desk clerk act in a reasonable manner?

JESSICA BRISTOL AND HER two young children checked into room 104 of the Travel-In motel at 9:00 P.M. on Friday night. She produced a credit card issued in her name as a form of payment and requested that she be given the room for two nights. On Saturday afternoon, a man identifying himself as Preston Bristol, Jessica Bristol’s husband, presented himself at the front desk and asked for the key that she was supposed to have left for him at the front desk. He stated that he was joining his wife and children at the motel; they were visiting relatives, but he had had to work the day before. The desk clerk replied that no key had been left and proceeded to call the room to inform Jessica….

Identify each and every applicable cause of action (the legal theories) that apply. Who is liable to whom?

Suzy and Samuel Shopper are walking on 5th Avenue near Saks Fifth Avenue and notice a person purporting to sell luxury goods on the sidewalk including, without limitation, Rolex watches and Louis Vuitton handbags. The Rolex watches are selling for $99 each and the bags for $999. Mike Merchant, the person selling the merchandise, swears to Sam and Suzy: “These goods are all authentic; they are ‘seconds;’ they have only minor imperfections.” (“Seconds” are authentic goods, but with minor imperfections, which prevent them from being sold at top retail price.) Sam buys one of the Rolex watches, knowing it’s a fake, and Suzy buys a Louis Vuitton handbag, believing it is an authentic, discounted “second.” Sam and Suzy then run into Suzy’s BFF Betty, who admires Sam’s Rolex….

A Change at the Top at Procter & Gamble: An Indication of How Much the CEO Matters?


A Change at the Top at Procter & Gamble: An Indication of How Much the CEO Matters?

A. G. Lafley joined Procter & Gamble (P&G) in 1977 as brand assistant for Joy dishwashing liquid. From this beginning, he worked his way through the firm’s laundry division, becoming highly visible due to a number of successes including the launching of liquid Tide. A string of continuing accomplishments throughout the firm resulted in Lafley’s appointment as P&G’s CEO in June 2000, a post he held until retiring in mid-2009. Bob McDonald, who joined P&G in 1980, was Lafley’s handpicked successor. McDonald took the top position at P&G in July 2009, but resigned under pressure in May 2013. Lafley, revered by many, was asked to come out of retirement and….

J.M. is a 45-year-old female with past medical history of controlled hypertension, controlled asthma, and eczema.

J.M. is a 45-year-old female with past medical history of controlled hypertension, controlled asthma, and eczema. She has a 4-day history of nasal congestion, headache, sore throat, sneezing, and productive cough. She denies fever, nausea, vomiting, and myalgias. She has three children who recently went back to school following a summer vacation. No one else in her household is currently presenting with similar symptoms. She has no known drug allergies but is allergic to mums and ragweed. She calls her primary care provider’s office requesting a medication to treat her illness. She takes several medications, including the following:

Mometasone 220 mcg—1 puff daily for asthma

Albuterol 90 mcg—1 to 2 puffs q4–6 hours as needed for shortness of breath

Lisinopril 10 mg—one tablet by mouth daily for hypertension


Mrs. Jones has had a progressive decline in her mental capabilities in the last five or six years.

Mrs. Jones has had a progressive decline in her mental capabilities in the last five or six years. At first her family attributed her occasional memory lapses, confusion, and agitation to grief over her husband’s death six years earlier. When examined, Mrs. Jones was aware of her cognitive problems and was shown to have an IQ score approximately 30 points less than would be predicted by her work history. A CT scan showed diffuse cerebral atrophy. The physician prescribed an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor and Mrs. Jones showed slight improvement. What is Mrs. Jones’s problem? Why did the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor help?

Robert, a brilliant computer analyst, suffered a blow to his anterior skull from a falling rock while mountain climbing. Shortly thereafter, it was obvious to his coworkers that his….

Can A-OK immediately demand payment from Jack’s Uncle Joe?

After graduating from high school, Jack Tern decided to become a truck driver. The A-OK Truck Driving Academy offered a two-week, intensive, one-on-one (instructor-student) course with training on two- and three-axle tractors and on 45-foot single and double trucks, for $4,000 cash. Because Jack had no money, A-OK agreed to take his written promise to pay the tuition fee in monthly installments of $130 for four years provided he could get a surety or guarantor to promise to pay if he defaulted. Jack’s Uncle Joe signed a guaranty agreement, and Jack enrolled and completed the course. After six months, however, he lost his job as a truck driver and could not continue making the monthly payments. Can A-OK immediately demand payment from Jack’s Uncle Joe?

If you were the judge, in whose favor would you rule? Why?

While living in her home country of Tanzania, Sophia Kiwanuka signed an employment contract with Anne Margareth Bakilana, a Tanzanian living in Washington, D.C. Kiwanuka traveled to the United States to work as a babysitter and maid in Bakilana’s house. When Kiwanuka arrived, Bakilana confiscated her passport, held her in isolation, and forced her to work long hours under threat of having her deported. Kiwanuka worked seven days a week without breaks and was subjected to regular verbal and psychological abuse by Bakilana. Kiwanuka filed a complaint against Bakilana for intentional infliction of emotional distress, among other claims. Bakilana argued that Kiwanuka’s complaint should be dismissed because the allegations were insufficient to show outrageous intentional conduct that resulted in severe emotional distress. If you were the judge, in….

Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance 301 assignment, you will submit a research paper that analyzes an organization’s financial status by examining the financial statements that are publicly available through an online inquiry. A publicly-traded organization will be the foundation of this (APA formatting style) research paper. Audience: upper-level business students.Corporate Finance – Assignment 2: Financial Statement Analysis | Study.com

Write a 1,000-1,100-word analysis discussing a company’s financial situation by evaluating corporate financial data. Select a publicly-traded organization to analyze the company’s financial statements using data from the most recent year. Define each corporate financial statement and explore the data categories within each statement as studied in the course. Analyze each financial statement (balance, income, cash flow) and explain the purpose of each corporate financial statement. Also include what the financial data….

Risk Management Research

Corporate Finance – Risk Management Research PaperA research paper that analyzes and discusses organizational financial risks. Possible organizations and industries to choose from include software development, retail, hospitality, the payment card industry, energy & utilities, and healthcare. You will apply knowledge acquired in the course and use the concepts of multiple financial risks as the basis of research and analysis. The research paper should follow APA formatting style. The audience is upper-level business students. Write a 1,000-1,200-word analysis discussing financial risk concepts and assess the impact of the different financial risks on an organization. You will structure your assignment using four research paper sections associated with corporate risk management.

Define each financial risk, discuss the risk associated components, and evaluate the financial risks and how they affect the….

Critical analysis of networking requirements.

You have been appointed as a Network System Administrator by the SoftTech company in Sydney to allocate public IP Version 4 (IPv4) address into 3 different locations, “2 remote offices (Melbourne and Adelaide) and also one main office in Sydney”. The major task is to allocate the unreserved public IPv4 addresses to different offices.


Your network design needs 4 subnets:

1. Subnet A (Sydney): It requires 63 IP addresses (60 for PCs and 2 for servers (Windows, Fax), and 1 for router interface).

2. Subnet B (Melbourne): It requires 53 IP addresses (50 for PCs and 2 for servers (DNS, Database), and 1 for router interface).

3. Subnet C (Adelaide): It requires 43 IP addresses (40 for PCs and 2 for servers (Linux, Application).

4. Subnet D….