To: From: Date: February 14th, 2012 Subject: South Delaware Coors Case Analysis ____________________________________________________________ ____ Overview The problem in this case is determining whether or not Larry Brownlow should invest in one of two potential Coors distributorships in the state of Delaware. With a research budget of $15,000 Larry has the choice of which research reports he wants Manson and Associates (a research and analytics firm) to collect. The datum collected by Manson and Associates are compiled into appendices from which Larry has to choose the most relevant information in order to make his final decision on whether to open the distributorship. Recommendation * After thorough analysis, we recommend that Larry purchase Table A, B, C, G, and I for a total of $12,500. * Based on the analysis of the tables and data purchased from Manson and Associates, we recommend that Larry not open a Coors distributorship in South Delaware.
Yes, the Tiger is a natural predator with vicious killing instincts… It will also care for its young as any mother might and protect the pride from outside threat. On the other hand, a sheep once bit me at my uncle’s farm, and it hurt like crazy. My point is this; all God’s creatures are capable of both good and evil. We choose to be good or bad. I get the feeling that Blake is trying to answer a very big question with an apples-to-oranges comparison.
Kyoto Discord – Let’s Be Wise, If Not Right or Rich: Unattainable Platform In her essay, Gwen Kelly writes about the position Canada’s Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, must make in regards to the 1997 Kyoto Accord. He must take into consideration the “strong opposition of the United States and now from Alberta” (Kelly, par. 1). She suggest that it is difficult to “know which scientist, which economist, and which politicians to believe” (Kelly, par. 1).
10 Steps of Critical Thinking Name Course School What are the issues and conclusions? The memo (R. Fabowlus, personal communication, January 30, 2014) regards whether the union SAG-AFTRA should support Eugenia Glover publicly in a lawsuit that she filed against FOX News for interfering with her ability to work, and also for wrongful termination against Al Jazeera America (AJAM). Browne & Keeley (2012) explain that sometimes the author of a document will mention the issue during their introduction or even in the title of the writing. In the case of the memo, not only does Fabowlus’ (2014) phrase, “You wanted to know if the union should publicly support the union member in publicizing their legal case(s)” state the issue in her introduction, but she also restates and alludes to it repeatedly throughout the document. The conclusion of the memo is also stated plainly at the end of the document.
In Salmon without Rivers, James Lichatowich, who is a fisheries and biologist, talked about salmon history, population and differences about “natural economy” and “industrial economy”. “Lichatowich opines that we need a new "worldview," one that places natural resources within a context of respect and sustainability. He looks to state and federal governments to enforce the protections already granted by laws like the Endangered Species Act. And he sees evidence that public perceptions may be changing on such issues as habitat conservation and biodiversity; breaching four dams on the lower Snake River to aid fish passage would have been unthinkable even in the early 1990s. Whether this new worldview can save salmon in time is another question”
The Grayson family own a cocker spaniel and a macaw bird, if they would like to keep both the dog and the bird they would not be able to unless they have a consent from the Board for them to keep their macaw. CONCLUSION 1. According to the issues that were presented there are several restrictions that will and can impact the Grayson families’ way of living. 2. In accordance to the restrictions found the Grayson family would have to make several decisions whether or not they would be willing to change certain way of living in order to comply with the Condominium bylaws.
Google: $ Billion Brand in Peril? Article Review Salvador Lua July 12, 2013 LAW 421 James Eisenman In the article “Google: $ Billion Brand in Peril?” we can see the risk that companies such as Google face by simply having their trademark name become generally used. When people in our society begin to use brand names to generalize any similar products under that word, the courts can rule against the company stating that the word is generally used and the company can loose its trademark. The article described the fate some companies had such as Bayer when it lost the trademark for their product named Aspirin in 1921. Aspirin lost its trademark after people in the society started referring to any painkiller as aspirin.
My research paper will argue that the exclusionary rule needs to be changed and although it is a right, federal and certain state laws should not be included with the exclusionary rule. While I do believe the exclusionary rule act provides a basic human protection on rights that is significant in our legal system it needs to be changed. Four major cases have shown the power of the exclusionary act: Weeks v. United States in 1914, Silverthorne Lumber Company v. United States in 1920, Wolf v. Colorado in 1949, and Mapp v. Ohio in 1961 and all have added to the interpretation and decision making on evidence in court cases. Fruit of the poisons tree doctrine in 1920 and the creation of the good faith clause in 1984 has created even more interpretation for the courts on whether evidence seized is valid to use in court or not. Despite these provisions of interpretation, however, it does have flaws within it and in certain instances evidence that is protected by the exclusionary rule should be included in obtaining a conviction in criminal proceedings.
The Tesoro Refinery Explosion Could Have Been Prevented Abstract This paper takes a look at several different sources to determine whether the Tesoro Corporation’s oil refinery explosion in Anacortes, WA, on April 02, 2010, could have been prevented and the prevention methods that could have helped them. A mixture of news articles and local TV news interviews and investigation reports from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries were examined and measured against the industry’s “Three E’s Model” and The Reasons Model or commonly known as “The Swiss Cheese Model”. In every violation cited by the lead investigator Christian Bannick from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, it is able to be seen that if proper application of both of these industry models could have prevented the explosion and the subsequent 7 deaths that it caused. These deaths, the misery that it has caused for both family, the community, and the massive fines levied seem like a pretty high price to pay for the lessons that the Tesoro Corporation, hopefully, has learned. The Tesoro Refinery Explosion Could Have Been Prevented On April 02, 2010 The Tesoro Refinery in Anacortes, Washington had an explosion that ultimately killed seven employees.
Remember do NOT buy products from those companies that abuse animal rights. You would be surprised by how many products are tested on poor little creatures. When I finished reading the list, I was shocked and ashamed since I have used several of these brands. Some include: Axe, Colgate, Aveeno. Coppertone, Neutrogena even designer brands like Dolce and Gabbana.