White in Why the Gasoline Engine isn’t going away anytime soon; argue in a perspective that these issues are viewed at by society wrong. Although society presents energy independence as a must, Bryce explains how it is not desirable to become energy independent nor is it even possible. White explains that the gasoline engine is far from its last day. These two experts argue that the ignorance of society is keeping the reality of these issues absent. Bryce and White also touch on how the cost of these issues will keep them from succeeding anytime soon.
Re: Eldridge v. Eldridge Modification of child support Statement of Facts: The client and her husband were divorced in 2006. Mrs. Eldridge was awarded custody of their two minor children. Mr. Eldridge was ordered to pay $700 dollars in child support every month. In January of 2007 Mr. Eldridge became unemployed until October of 2007 he was able to acquire a job as an electrician. During the time of Mr. Eldridge’s unemployment he did not make child support payments.
• Was there discussion on justification of a contract? • Was there an agreement on the details of the relationship that contained sufficient certainty on the establishment of a contract? Result: • The claim made by the plaintiff had failed since the judges decided that the parties did not appear to have any legal relations intended. • Appeal by the plaintiff was not allowed but a cross-appeal was. Reasons: • Precedent from the case Combe v Combe  2 KB 215 shows that a promissory estoppel cannot create a cause of action.
Was Prohibition a Failure?” 1) David E. Kyvig argument was that prohibition was a failure. Although, admitting that alcohol consumption declined sharply in that era, nonetheless federal actions were useless and failed to impose abstinence. • One piece of evidence that supports his argument was the Volstead Act. It did not specifically prohibit the use or purchase of alcoholic beverages and liquor was continuing to be provided. Despite efforts to enforce the law, federal government failed to create a working system to insure compliance.
In 2011, Arnold made payments totaling $18,000. * C.Arnold is to make $3,000 per month payments to Barbara. Of this amount one-half is for child support. The divorce decree further states that alimony is to cease upon the death of the wife. In 2011, he made six payments.
Alex does offer some financial objectives however he lacks with the strategic objectives and does not have a clear vision in which way to go with his idea. Alexi’s objectives are not specific or measurable meaning that he will not be able to measure the success of his company if he decides to go along with his idea and starts the production. Alex is aware that it would not be easy for him to stay in the business long because some other bigger firms would be attracted with the profit, giving us an estimate that his deadline for achievement would be short. 2. My analysis shows that Alex should license his idea because he does not have any starting money or assets and to patent the idea would be a big stretch in his budget.
• I would advise Herget to meet with Huston, but before doing so outline the demands of the QLFC’s. Since Herget gave the three hour monologue the first meeting, I would suggest Herget allow Huston to lead the discussion. Listen first and see what they come to the table with and if it meets any of the demands of the QLFC’s and if any compromises can be made. I would also suggest he propose that QLFC’s cease paying the 7% royalty fee to Super Lube, since they are contractually obligated to purchase all necessary products including oil from Huston already. I would suggest that Huston lower his product price, especially his oil so it is more comparable to
* * 2. What are at least two opinions presented by each side of the critical issue? * * Cotton and Devilly stress that Critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) is not explained properly and research has proven that CISD does not give patients the results needed. * Devilly and Cotton also stated that Critical incident stress management (CISM) is also not properly explained in the treatment of traumatized individuals, which makes the process ineffective (Halgin, 2007). * Mitchell’s opinion is that Devilly and Cotton display a lack of knowledge within the text of CISM because no reference to this literature is stated by the authors.
How ‘no accident’ is going to achieve? Unfortunately. ‘No accidents’ are not possible. The definition of ‘accident’ is an unexpected and undesirable event, especially one resulting in damage or harm that’s why the probability of accidents cannot be 0, but only be minimized, because there are too many factors and uncertainties human being cannot control. Let’s say an accident happen usually depends on two aspects: man made factor (for example: how well does the equipment perform) which can be foreseen and prevented and random uncertainties (for example: natural disaster) which cannot be controlled, we can keep on improving the equipment to reduce the impact and probability of the accidents but random uncertainties are really hard to prevent.
Just as the ARC did not adapt well to other changing workplace trends, the organization failed to update its technological infrastructure until it was forced to do so. The technological infrastructure problems not only included the ARC’s inability to handle heavy website traffic after Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters, but it also includes a distinct and continuing lack of any real inventory system, cost controls etc. The other main problem that the ARC has encountered with handling donation money is how to allocate monies