What law is applicable to this transaction and why? Was there proper formation? Is the carrier liable for the stolen merchandise?
Please underline or bold-type important terms, laws and phrases. There is no correct answer. The emphasis of this exam is the application of elements of each law. The student will be evaluated in terms of discussing the elements and applying the elements in reaching a conclusion. Each student must answer four (4) and D is mandatory. That means, each student must answer D and choose three among A, B, C, E, F. A decent answer should exceed one and half pages. If the answer is less than one and half pages you will be penalized. 100 points. Good luck.
John goes to the internet to purchase some computer software. John locates Ace Inc. Computer Software web site. Ace has the software John wants and John places the order by identifying himself and orders two types of software.
Ace then sends John a letter of confirmation of his order over the internet. When the software arrives at John’s place, John refuses to accept and refuses delivery. After placing the order, John found the same software at a cheaper price. Assuming that the various cyberspace laws only address authentication, attribution, warranties and signature verification and is not applicable, discuss this situation by applying Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Note, remember to discuss the elements of Article 2.
Erma, a merchant, receives a brochure from Ammco regarding some merchandise that is sold in Erma’s business. Erma then sends in a purchase order ordering 25 units of merchandise (which exceeds $500.00 in value). Ammco upon receipt of the order, sends a letter of confirmation containing additional information which states that the price did not include shipping and insurance costs and that the shipping costs and insurance would be added on to the total contract price. While the goods were in transit, the truck was hijacked and all the merchandise, including Erma’s order. What law is applicable to this transaction and why? Was there proper formation? Is the carrier liable for the stolen merchandise? Is Ammco liable? Is Erma liable? Discuss.
Sarbanes Oxley Act
Analyze the following scenarios and determine which Title of the Sar Banes Oxley Act is applicable and explain the correct application of the law.
In this module you will propose a plan for your intercultural experience and have it approved by your professor. A “pre-experience outline” is provided to assist you in your planning. This is what your professor will use in assuring that your proposal meets the training parameters for this Case.
Submit a 2- to 3-page proposal describing your cultural experience. Your proposal should address the following questions:
Intended contact culture group
What is the identified culture group with which you are planning to have contact? Be specific.
Provide a brief description of any contact you have previously had with this group.
Briefly explain why this target group qualifies as a culture group.
Intended new cultural activity
Briefly describe your new cultural activity.
Does your intended activity meet all requirements of the assignment (see expectations below)? Provide some details to justify your answer.
Will this activity allow you to have meaningful contact with members of the intended target culture group? Briefly explain.
What is the planned date, time and approximate duration of the activity?
Have you selected a secondary contact group and cultural activity as a backup? Please describe briefly.
Do you have any questions about the project? Please describe.
Here are the requirements—or parameters—of the exercise:
Provides information concerning the date(s) and place where this experience will take place.
The selected experience should be novel. The intent of this case is to provide a kind of “lab” where you can apply your learning in a new setting.
The experience must be with a group or culture that is largely unfamiliar to you.
You should not be in a position of authority or dominance vis-à-vis the target group. For example, you should not be a customer in a restaurant, or interacting with individuals who have lower rank than you in an organizational setting. Power can influence behavior, and we want to keep power relationships in check to provide the most meaningful type of interaction.
The experience should allow for meaningful one-on-one contact with members of the target group. Thus it is recommended that you do not choose an impersonal spectator event such as a large festival, parade, or sporting event.
The experience must be a minimum of 2 hours in length to provide you with enough material for analysis.
The experience must not be illegal or place you at unreasonable physical or psychological risk.
You need to be able to provide evidence of the experience (such as photographs or a video).
Have a second choice experience in mind in case your first choice does not meet the above parameters and is not approved.