The Honorable Ramona Salvarez Federal circuit judge Appointed by a Democratic president Has been a judge for 19 years Divorced with two children Recent case–ruled that a music website charging automatic membership fees after a free trial violated consumer rights in multiple states. A group of citizens from one state brought a class-action suit to the court against the music website business, which is based in another state. The business maintains that the policy was agreed to at the time of signing up for the free trial, but the petitioners claim it was unclear and tiny. • How is your role in government different from an elected official? o My role in government different from an elected official because unlike those who get elected by the people, I don’t have to please the people.
This was the original broadcast of Ted's performance of Live at Hammersmith '79 which had been recorded during the second set of a sold-out night at London's Hammersmith Odeon in 1979. An album of this program was released in 1997. During this era, Nugent was notable for his frequent declarations that he did not drink alcoholic beverages or smoke tobacco or marijuana. In an interview for VH1's Behind The Music, Nugent said this was due to his father having sternly reprimanded him when he came home smelling of alcohol after a night of drinking. This was an unusual stance for a major rock performer of the 1970s, and Nugent has been cited as an important early influence on the straight edge movement, which disavows drinking and recreational drug use.
EXCEPTIONS: overcome rule by finding a REAL promise - frame illusory promise as unilateral contract => enforceable ex. Gurfein (99): had window to cancel, but didn’t => enforceable ➢ COULD HAVE bound other party if exercise option - Implied promises ➢ UCC §2-306 (2): a contract to engage in exclusive dealing gives rise to an implied promise to use best efforts Ex. Wood v. Lucy (104): mkt designs for profits ➢ ct implied promise: to make reasonable efforts b/c w/o implied promise, the contract would be meaningless b/c structural agreement = incentive to use best effort is built in Ex. Grouse (110): promised at-will job, not allowed to start work ➢ implied promise in at-will jobs = “good faith opportunity to perform satisfactorily’ - Structural agreements Ex. Lacledes(106): supply propane for long period ➢ although not bound to purchase, practical binding exists ➢ pipes connected to Amoco supply source ➢ hostage theory of contracts: voluntarily
You receive a telephone inquiry from Jose who has claimed refugee protection status and he has been given a date for a hearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board: Refugee Protection Division. He would like to change the date of the proceeding. How can this be done? Please explain, quoting the relevant section(s) of the statute / regulation. Answer: Jose must have a very good reason to explain why he will not be able to appear on the given date for his hearing before the IRB.
They have lives. What reason would they have to waste time discussing a court case when they could be doing so many other things? Wouldn’t it be easier to say “Guilty” or “Not Guilty” and get on with their lives? Juror #7 clearly states at the beginning of the play that, “I’ve got tickets to - [insert name of any current Broadway hit.] - for tonight.” Illustrating that his mind really isn’t focused on the case.
These are the words from the brother to Kendrick . Kendrick starts the song with this request but at the end of the verse, ends the life of this character. “And I love you cause you love my brother like you did/Just promise me you'll tell this story when you make it big/ And if I die before your album drop I hope –“ Kendrick ends the first verse with gun shots. The irony of it all is he kills off the character right before the
He wanted the interviewer to explain the meaning of that particular term, especially to the audience, who might have no idea about this research that has been done, which called “parliam statements” Q4- It comes from PT Parliam the circus preparsure who said we have something for everybody. *What kind of information did the interviewer want to extract? He wanted to emphasize the information, that he knew from his previous study about his interview, from the interviewee who knows more about this topic. *What is the purpose of the question? It is also to give the audience the knowledge of this derivation and to give the impression to the interviewee that he has a very good background about this topic as
In “Hip Hop planet,” an essay from national geographic magazine, James Mc Bride argues that “at its best hip-hop lay bare the empty moral cupboard that is our generations legacy.” He claims that this music makes “visible the inner culture of America’s greatest social problems.” He develops this claim by first a nightmare about her daughter announcing that she is getting married with the rapper and then realized that he is no different from the rapper. Then, he examines how hip-hop” exploded around the world as a language of youth resistance. Finally, he proves his belief with youth resistance. Finally, he proves his belief with some sobering statistics about society’s problems. Mc Brides purpose is to attempt to persuade baby boomers that hip
Final Analysis The Bob Knowlton Case Jessica Schluckebier Seminar Six Case Questions 1 The self managed work team violates which of the following principles? I would have to say that the self managed team in this case, violates the principle of keeping the chain of command limited. When Fester was added to the team, there were no prior discussions, only after the decision had already been made by Jerrod to bring him on board. When he was added to Knowlton’s team, he should have had direct order from Knowlton, and then Jerrod, without much more wonder of who was in charge of the team. The chain of command was broken when Knowlton began being ran by Fester, within his own group.
And then, the next thing you know is Artic Monkeys or Cansei de Ser Sexy on first place at Billboard List of the most famous internet and worldwide artists ever without spending a penny. So, alternative-indie garage rock is cool, because you can be cool too no matter what or how. ( Take as reference Chris Crocker who become famous worldwilde day by night after his video crying and asking to people to stop bug Britney Spears. Now he is a celebrity on