Unintended consequences from Image * #1 Caesars bankruptcy consequences for the image will be their credibility and accountability. * #2 MGM innovation will cause not unintended consequences, it will cause intended consequences of improvement a good image reputation. Navigator: External factors will occur and the manager has little control. * For Caesars unfortunately the bankruptcy has external factors and one of them is competition and manager has little control of it. * MGM has external factors and one of them is also competition, they started the innovation in order to compete.
The Supreme Court stated that the statue did not meet the states goal of preventing breaches of peace because there was already a Texas statute which prohibited all breaches of the peace. The Supreme Court ruled that the Texas statute was inconsistent with the first amendment and they got rid of the statute. 7.) Difference between case law and statutory law? Focus on how case law and statutory laws are created, the
In the case Marbury v. Madison the Supreme Court invalidated a law, passed by Congress, by declaring an act unconstitutional for the first time. The doctrine of Judicial Review was set forth by this case. The Court did not want to show vulnerability of its judicial prestige so it only asserted minimal power. Marshall’s decision suggests he was aware of the long-term objective to enhance judicial powers and diminish state autonomy. In Fletcher v. Peck in 1810 Marshall was ready to declare a state law unconstitutional.
The source of the exclusionary rule comes from the Supreme Court's 1914 verdict in the case of Weeks vs. U.S. The exclusionary rule basically says that illegally collected evidence will not be permitted in court. The rule was first used in the 1961 case of Mapp vs. Ohio. The exclusionary rule comes from the Fourth Amendment's safeguard against illegal searches and seizure of evidence or belongings. The exclusionary rule has typically been utilized to stop prosecutors and law enforcement from unlawfully collecting evidence.
New York had enacted a statute, in effect during the relevant time period, which prohibited the distribution of contraceptives to anyone under the age of 16 and banned the advertising and display of contraceptives. PPA argued that the New York statute was unconstitutional as a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment right to privacy. Decision of the Court The Court held that the decision whether to beget or to bear a child is at the very heart of constitutionally protected choices. The fact that the constitutionally protected right of privacy extends to an individual’s liberty to make choices regarding contraceptives, however, did not in the Court’s view automatically invalidate every state regulation of contraceptives. The Court, in this case, ruled that the prohibition of distribution of contraceptives to persons under the age of 16 did not serve any compelling state interest and, therefore, ruled that the statute was unconstitutional.
The Sedition Act of 1918 (Pub.L. 65-150, 40 Stat. 553, enacted May 16, 1918) was an Act of the United States Congress that extended the Espionage Act of 1917 to cover a broader range of offenses, notably speech and the expression of opinion that cast the government or the war effort in a negative light or interfered with the sale of government bonds. " It forbade the use of "disloyal, profane, scurrilous, or abusive language" about the United States government, its flag, or its armed forces or that caused others to view the American government or its institutions with contempt. The 1918 flu pandemic (the "Spanish flu") was an influenza pandemic.
The character and strength of the competitive forces operating in n industrial are never the same form one industry to another. The most powerful and Wiley used tool for diagnosing the principal competitive pressures in a market is the Porter's Five Forces model of competition. These include (1) Rivalry among competing sellers, (2) Competition from potential new entrants, (3) Competition from producers of substitute products, (4) Supplier bargaining power, and (5) Customer bargaining power. Rivalry among competing seller Rivalry increases when buyer demand is declining. In the early stage, Swift had developed a reputation amongst its clients and other stakeholders for high standards and for offering a drug free and saw environment, it also built up a loyal following over the years.
Godfather II The real importance of any movie can't be adequately appraised solely by box office success or critical response. 'The Godfather Part II” is an example of how a carefully crafted sequel to a great film can become both a box office and critical success when attention is paid to its artistic quality. The movie continues the tale of the Corleone family, and presents to the viewers a world filled with greed and betrayal, family union and loyalty. A companion piece in the truest sense of the term, “The Godfather Part II” earned as much praise as its predecessor, if not more. Earning twelve Academy Award nominations, the second installment has been rightfully hailed as the best sequel of all time.
Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Case Study #1 Stellar Health PMBA 503 1. Legal Issue Stellar Health Order Fulfillment “Hollywood is a place where they place you under contract instead of under observation.” - Walter Winchell A lot can be learned from Hollywood Film and TV industry in terms of contracts. When Stellar Health received an order worth $7,000,000 in revenue and attributed to the company’s profit, a valid contract must have been in place prior to production otherwise this can cause serious financial damages to both parties. Business to Business transactions are assured to take due to Contract Law that is designed to provide stability and predictability for both parties in the marketplace (Miller, 2011). Otherwise, business and commerce would not in existence.
A company that I believe to have a strong strategic plan is Netflix, and in comparison to this now thriving company, I will discuss the failing competition – Blockbuster. These companies are both in the business of movie rental or viewing, but they run their businesses in very different ways. Netflix is much newer than Blockbuster, and they use more technology to get their sales; which is one reason why the once successful Blockbuster is now failing, but these outcomes came about because of the planning and decision making made by these companies. All companies must make strategic plans for running their businesses, and the decisions they make can make or break them. Netflix is a movie rental and online streaming company, where customers can pay a monthly fee to either get DVDs sent right to their house or to watch unlimited movies or television shows right on their computer, television, or other internet-accessible devices.