JDT2 Human Resources ------------------------------------------------- Task Outlines Employment & Legal Issues (Task 1) Structure: Memo (templates online) A. Constructive discharge as a legal concept 1. Definition 2. Explanation (i.e. clarification / description of what it looks like) 3.
It allows two or more parties to make promises to each other and not have to worry whether or not the promise will be honored (Mallor, et al, 2010, p. 290). The validity of a contract rests on the content of its pages. Mallor, Barnes, Bowers, and Langvardt (2010) state that, “A set of promises must be based on a voluntary agreement made up of an offer and an acceptance, and a legal consideration to support each party’s promise” (p. 292). An offer, an acceptance, and a consideration of a promise made by the parties are the basic elements of a contract. These contract conditions are subject to interpretation from the court.
Question 2: Find the final rule for Regulation-G from the SEC’s website. How does Regulation-G define a “non-GAAP financial measure”? What kind of non-recurring items does Regulation-G prohibit a company from excluding when adjusting for non-GAAP financial measure? You can directly copy-paste from the final rule to answer this question. Question 3: How should we account for marketing expenditure in general under U.S. GAAP?
Does the introduction make clear the positions of the two-sided on the issue? State them 3. What major points on each side does the writer set up in the introduction? 4. Does the writer use the “one side than the other side” or the “point-by-point” organization?
C). Despite the term that a past consideration is not consideration at all, a past act can be defined as a consideration if two conditions are met. (1), the act performed is requested by the other party. (2), consideration of both parties at all time must have been that there would be a payment made. The case of Lampleigh v Brathwaite (1615) is a good example where the claimant sued for breach of contract.
To be enforceable, a writing evidencing an oral contract that would otherwise be unenforceable must include essential terms. 21. Oral evidence of otherwise clear terms in a contract can be introduced at a trial to contradict those terms. 22. Parol evidence includes oral evidence that is outside a written contract and not incorporated into the contract expressly or by reference.
* A)Fact, Definition, Cause, Value, Policy * B) Support, Questions, Warrants, Characteristic, Argument * C)Proof, Argument, Cause, Policy, Support * D)Questions, Definition, Warrants, Proof, Fact 3. What are claims about value? * A) Claims made of what something worth * B) Argue that one person caused another thing to occur * C) What the definition of something is a settled fact * D) Argue against a certain policy approach to a problem 4. What is Claims of Definition? * A) Definition help categorize your topic * B) value involve judgments, appraisals and evaluations * C) State or assert that something is the case * D) the regard that something is held to deserve 5.
Chapter 6 1) which of the following is true of the Uniform Commercial Code? A) It was given to the states for state-by-state approval 2) The bargained-for legal value that one party agrees to pay or provide to secure the promise of another is called C) consideration 3) In a legally enforceable contract both parties must have the legal ability to enter the contract; that is the must be sane, sober, and of legal age. This feature of the contract is referred to as D) capacity 4) A ______ contract ordinarily involves a situation in which one party makes a promise and the other acts in response to that promise C) unilateral 5) A contract that is explicitly stated in writing or orally is known as ______ contract C) express
Weekly Reflection Paper Weekly Reflection Paper The group was to compare and contrast common law contracts and the UCC article 2. The textbook tells us that contracts for services or real estate are governed by state common law and contracts for goods or products are governed by state statutory law based on the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Some contracts involve both goods and services. These are known as hybrid contracts. In a hybrid contract, the source of law is established by determining the predominant thrust of the contract subject matter.