Due to lack of supervision many mistakes were made by Joynes and language was purposely put in the contract that led Hurt to escape liability and this caused the client to lose out on a great deal of money. Issue Whether Attorney Musselman acted neglieglently by assigning the case to Mr. Joynes and not supervising his. Whether Attorney Musselmwas negligent and breached his fiduciary duty as counsel to the Corporation. . Holding The trial court found that the defedant was negligent as both attorney and officer and fined him $243,722.99.
Page 281: He forgot about the 80,000 dollars he had received in cash, and played it off sarcastically to the jury. Page 282: He has no evidence to support his claim about trying to get a line-of-credit from Republic. Black called him a liar, and Schlessinger quickly objected. Page
One surprise ending came when Dr. Pangloss was taken away for unknown reasons or was selected along with Candice at random. I’m presuming it was for speaking his optimistic opinions against local ideals. The other surprise ending came when another earthquake occurred approximately a week after human sacrifices had concluded. The point of realization came when Candice deliberated the outcome of why Pangloss was hanged however, he may have resigned to accepting it as the people of Lisbon being evil and ignorant. Candice had previously discovered “a world filled with stupidity, plagued by evil, mired in ignorance...” (Sayre, p. 817).
Another reason why most proposed amendments fail to pass is the difficulties posed by the very complex amendment process. The Constitution provides that an amendment may be proposed either by the Congress with a two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate or by a constitutional convention called for by two-thirds of the State legislatures. None of the 27 amendments to the Constitution have been proposed by constitutional convention. However the first way is very difficult to achieve and there have been many amendments which have been or currently are very close to being passed, e.g. the Child labour Amendment.
Townshend knew that his program would be controversial in the colonies, but he argued that, "The superiority of the mother country can at no time be better exerted than now." The Townshend Acts were created right after the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act was the English parliament taxing stamps on the colonies and it ended by the colonies wanting to have the same rights as the english. Unlike the stamp acts, it took quite some time before the colonists were concerned about it. Soon the colonies started to boycott, this resulted in a decrease in british trade for three years which eventually lead to the Townshend Acts being repealed by the prime minister.
This letter was written 30 years before the reform bill had even passed and the MP does not moan about the fact he was elected in by just one voter. But then again, this source suggests that the election system was unfair. We can see this because of the fact, small pocket boroughs were often known as rotten boroughs. A rotten/pocket borough was small populated boroughs where the residents could easily be bribed and persuaded to vote a particular MP. This was very unfair on the people and on the other people up for election, so this source doe’s hint at the fact a reform should take place, but this particular MP does not want a reform because he is benefitting without it.
Barbara Perez Breach of Contract PA300: Real Estate Law Prof: James Roche March 3, 2015 To: Barbara Buyer Date: 3/2/2015 From: Barbara Perez, Paralegal Re: Action on terminated property sale at 123 Van Buren Street, North Bergen, NJ 07047 I am contacting you in regards to the issue indicated. There are quite a few ethical issues in your businesses with Mr. Sam Salesperson and Seller. For instance, Mr. Salesperson did not produce the appropriate contract concerning the earnest payment on the two occasions where he had promised to do so. He also did not practice impartially as a dual agent and appeared to be biased towards the seller. It was even more unethical not to disclose the agreement that had been in the works with the other
“...I’d borrow two or three dollars off the judge for him, to keep from getting a cowhiding” (pg.27) In Paps case, two of the flaws lie directly within him. Greed and alcoholism. His flaws are the cause of why Huck doesn't care if he dies or not. He was not a proper father to Huck. What kind of father beats his children for a couple of dollars?
They review what occurred in the trial court to make sure that the proper law was applied and that the proceedings were fair. Each side presents a written argument to the appellate court in a document called a "brief." The arguments made in briefs vary. However, common grounds for an appeal include claims that the trial was conducted unfairly or that the trial judge incorrectly applied the applicable law. a party may claim that the law that was applied violates the United State constitutions.
The information in the article wasn’t just made up, general statements however. The author went to credible sources for his information. Among these sources included a law professor and top scholar on church-state conflicts named Douglas Laycock who was able to provide a professional and educated view on the likely actions that will be taken in order to protest the act including taking cases to the supreme court. Next, the author moves to the side of the debate that supports the birth control section in the act. By including statistics and reputable sources such as the National Women’s Law Center, the author emphasized the credibility of his information.