Reasoning for issue two The five elements of fraud in the state of North Carolina include (1) False representation or concealment of a material fact, (2) reasonably calculated to deceive, (3) made with intent to deceive, (4) which does in fact deceive, (5) resulting in damage to the injured party. The Browns firmly believe that the Longs deceived them by not telling them that the house was rumored to be haunted when in fact, the grocery store clerk made Mr. Brown aware that it was a well known fact in the town. Conclusion for issue two On no grounds are there that the Longs deceived the Browns when selling them the house. They did not falsely represent the house as something it was not and had no intent to deceive the retired couple. The Browns were in no way injured due to the Longs failing to disclose the information that the house on Nice Street was allegedly
So what is a whistle blower? According to Black’s Law Dictionary, a whistleblower is an employee who turns against their superiors to bring a[n] problem out in the open. BusinessDictionary.com states that a whistle blower is a person who discloses improper or criminal activity within an organization. Finally, under Sarbanes Oxley, “A “whistleblower” is someone, usually an employee, who reports an employer who has broken the law to an outside agency.” Under this very important act, whistleblowers are protected by federal and state laws. Employers may not retaliate against them for reporting misconduct.
Bootleggers use this for the own profit. It is incredibly important to give credit to the originator for their work. If someone was to be caught committing these acts will cause the losing the trust of others, academic standing, credibility, and/or sometimes their freedom. Quiz: You Be the Judge The Verdict is In! Quiz results for: Kimberly Whitehead Question 1: Which of the following is a requirement for including verbatim (word for word) information from an outside source?
Stroot informed management and some efforts were made to fix the upstairs shower. No repairs were made in Stroot’s apartment. The landlord stated that “the problem was caused by the upstairs tenants taking “sloppy” showers.” A few months later, on May 6 1994, Stroot called emergency maintenance because the hold in her bathroom ceiling was expanding and had become very large. It was no longer just a leak; she
These statements constitute a threat because they demonstrate that the company was making attempts to influence employees regarding the union vote by making viable threats regarding existing benefit packages. This is an important consideration to make because it represents a means by which the organization sought to overcome the influence of the union by attempting to dissuade employees from voting one way regarding the vote. 2. Do the employer statements constitute an unlawful promise of benefits in violation of Section 8(a) (1) or the act? Why or why not?
It appears that the employer intentionally disposed of the parts. The disposal of these parts may prejudice the client's ability to recover in any product liability lawsuits against the corporations involved in the manufacture, distribution, inspection, or servicing of the conveyor. • What section of Am.
In the end, I had an employee who had violated the NDA, Aaron Web, and another employee who had broken the law for tdhe company, Jamal Moore. * The first step taken in the case was to figure out what the problem really was and what issue applied to the problem. My decision on this was, “Whether you should use the information obtained by Jamal Moore to discipline Aaron Webb for violating the NDA.” Personally, I was worried that if I knowingly used the illegally-gathered information from Jamal against Aaron, would be unethical and pose a possible legitimate for Aaron against the company. * The second step was to identify the stakeholders. It
The overt act is knowingly committed in an effort to further the purpose of the conspiracy. This is similar to #3 shooting the clerk was part of the plan before entering the store to commit robbery. I’m not a big fan on the whole Insanity Plea so I’m including a brief history of the different capacity test of insanity that has been use in the past. We all know that a person cannot be held accountable for crimes resulting from the condition where he or she is found legally
In the same vain a freegan going into people’s premises will be guilty of theft because he has acted without the permission of the owner of the skip or bin. Subsequently, Bentinck Ltd v Cromwell engineering co. determined whether a car had been abandoned. The car had been damaged in a crash and then left in a garage, the hirer of the car had disappeared, and it was held that the car had been abandoned. The fact that that hirer of the car had disappeared is a true basis that the car had been abandoned this is not so with the case of goods that are been freeganised, the owner of the goods had not disappeared leaving their
The petitioner, Vance, alleged that Davis, whom Vance claimed was her supervisor, had created a racially hostile work environment in violation of Title VII. Under EEOC’s guidelines, it states that for harassment to be unlawful “the conduct must create a work environment that would be intimidating, hostile, or offensive to reasonable people” (Harassment). Furthermore, if the harassment stems from a supervisor, the company is held liable for the harassment charges, in this case Ball State University (BSU) would be held liable but only if Davis was indeed the supervisor. In this particular case, Davis and Vance are mere co-workers and the only way BSU would be held accountable is if they took no action against complaints filed by Vance, which they did follow through