Sheets Vs Teddy's Frosted Foods Case Study

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Sheets -v- Teddy’s Frosted foods & Iron Dynamics Inc. -v- Alstom Power Inc. 1º a) Brief for “Sheets v. Teddy's Frosted Foods Inc.”  Plaintiff Emard H. Sheets worked for Teddy's Frosted Foods (defendant) as a quality control director and operations manager. He noticed that the company was producing foods of unacceptable quality (vegetables) and infringing the labeling laws (meat components underweight). The Company fired him for unsatisfactory performance of his duties. He felt that he was wrongfully fired, and decided to sue the company.  Sheets claims that there was a violation of an implied contract, a violation of public policy, and also a malicious discharge.  Sheets did not argue that he couldn't…show more content…
When an employer is willing to fire an employee, he should make a report with basic information on the causes of the dismissal accordingly to the employee’s performance. In conclusion, I personally think that depending on the case we are dealing with, either one would be fair and just, but I strongly support that any dismissal has to have a strong reason for it to occur, can be professional or even personal, but a main reason and not just the will of a person. 2º a) Brief for Iron Dynamics Inc v. Alstom Power.  Plaintiff Iron Dynamics Inc. (IDI) brings this suit as a result of its purchase of certain industrial equipment from Defendant Alstom Power Inc. (Alstom)  IDI claims that Alstom breached the purchase agreement for the equipment and breached certain express and implied warranties arising therein.  Alstom expressly disclaimed these implied warranties and excluded consequential and incidental damages in the purchase agreement.  IDI requested a proposal for the improvement of IDI’s iron-based reduction process  Alstom agreed to design, fabricate and deliver two hot gas recuperators for a price of…show more content…
The agent is, thus, required to negotiate on behalf of the principal or bring him and third parties into contractual relationship Employment: An employer is a person or institution that hires employees or workers. Employers offer hourly wages or a salary in exchange for the worker's labor power, depending upon whether the employee is paid by the hour or a set rate per pay period. Independent contractor: An independent contractor is a natural person, business, or corporation which provides goods or services to another entity under terms specified in a contract or within a verbal agreement. Unlike an employee, an independent contractor does not work regularly for an employer but works as and when required, during which time she or he may be subject to the Law of Agency. Independent contractors are usually paid on a freelance basis. Contractors often work through a limited company which they themselves own, or may work through an umbrella

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