Robin went to work for Titans, Inc., a major banking house, as a security specia

Robin went to work for Titans, Inc., a major banking house, as a security specialist. He had charge of designing and implementing all security protocols and equipment at Titan Towers for Titan’s physical security and security of their business transactions. Before starting work, Robin signed a written employment agreement. The agreement included a non-compete clause that stated as follows:
“18. NON-COMPETE – Employee agrees that for a period of two years following Employee’s term as an employee of Company, Employee shall not be employed as a security specialist for any other company in the financial service industry, anywhere in the world. Provided Employee shall comply with all terms of this provision, at the end of said two year term, Company shall pay to Employee a bonus payment of Ten Thousand (10,000) Dollars within 30 days of the end of the aforesaid two year period.
Robin worked for Titans, Inc. for a year and then left to return to his prior life as a circus acrobat. He toured the world with Hailey’s Circus for two years, doing no work at all in the financial services industry. At the end of two years from the date he left Titans, Inc., Robin returned to the US and opened his own security firm, aimed at the financial services industry. Robin also wrote to Titans, Inc. and informed them that he had lived up to his obligations under the non-compete clause in his agreement, and requested they send him the $10,000 bonus.
Titans writes back thanking Robin for abiding by his agreement. 
Robin waits patiently, but after six months, his savings are running low and his new business could use an influx of cash. Robin sells his right to collect the $10,000 to Speedy, a friend from his Titans, Inc. days who has also left the company. Two weeks later, Speedy sends a letter to Titans, Inc., telling them that he has acquired the rights to the debt owed to Robin and demanding payment in ten (10) days.
A week after Robin sells the debt to Speedy, Titan’s Inc,’s accountants do an internal audit. They discover that many debts from former employees to the company, from participating in the company’s Home Down Payment Borrowing Program, had never been collected. Among these debts are $5,000 from Robin and also $5,000 from Speedy. When Titans, Inc. gets Speedy’s letter, they ignore it, believing they are now even with Robin and Speedy.
When he does not hear back from Titans, Inc., Speedy sues them for the $10,000 debt to Robin.
In the lawsuit between Speedy and Titan’s Inc., who should win and who should collect what?
IRAC Method
Format
Section 1
Issue – Applicable Case (summary of case) – Applicable Statute(s)(summary of statute) – Application to Case (apply case and statutes to current case)- Conclusion 
Section 2
Issue – Applicable Case (summary of case) – Applicable Statute(s)(summary of statute) – Application to Case (apply case and statutes to current case)- Conclusion 
Section 3
Issue – Applicable Case (summary of case) – Applicable Statute(s)(summary of statute) – Application to Case (apply case and statutes to current case)- Conclusion 
Each issue needs a separate section. In each section the applicable cases and statutes need to address the issues at hand
4 U.S cases 
4 U.S statutes 
5-6 pages

 

 

Discuss the following:  In today’s economy, there are a wide number of powerful

Discuss the following: 
In today’s economy, there are a wide number of powerful companies who in all appearances control massive segments of different markets. Using the Strayer Legal Research database or the FTC website below, research and provide one case example within the last two years of a company engaging in anti-trust activity.  Why was the activity anti-competitive OR, if the court found otherwise, why not?  Explain the facts, parties, the law and outcome of the case.  Please try to find a case no one has yet posted about. 
Identify and explain what Horizontal restraint of trade is and Vertical restraint of trade and provide for an example of each. 
Use the link here for legal research and case law:  https://libdatab.strayer.edu/login?url=https://www.nexisuni.com 
Use the link here for case law (be sure the case is an anti-trust case):   Cases and Proceedings: Advanced Search | Federal Trade Commission (ftc.gov)
Please substantiate your answers and provide and cite sources following Strayer Writing Standards.     

 

 

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, please review the assigned material

Prior to beginning work on this assignment, please review the assigned material in your Stojkovic and Lovell (2019) textbook. Additionally, please read the article Toward a More Constitutional Approach to Solitary Confinement: The Case for Reform. As you recall, Week 1 had you prepare an outline to provide a foundation for this week’s assignment. For this assignment, you will develop your outline into a two-to-three-page paper. The goal is to consider constitutional rights of incarcerated persons and administrative objectives for correctional institutions. Additionally, this paper will also have you consider diversity awareness and cultural sensitivity issues in corrections. You will support your work with two scholarly and/or credible resources, in addition to your textbook. You may use scholarly and/or credible resources included in your Week 1 Issues and Constitutional Rights in Corrections assignment. Address each of the elements below:Constitutional rights and administrationExplain how constitutional rights of incarcerated persons are balanced with the correctional system functions of the jail or prison.Explain the mandatory rights that prison administrators must provide incarcerated persons, and how those rights are balanced with the security, safety, court requirements, visits, and other functions of the facility.Examine a U.S. Supreme Court case (you may use your selected case from your Week 1 Issues and Constitutional Rights in Corrections assignment) that balances correctional administrative goals with the constitutional rights of incarcerated persons.Diversity and cultural sensitivity issuesExplain at least one cultural sensitivity issue and at least one diversity issue in corrections (you may use the cultural sensitivity issue and diversity issue from your Week 1 Issues and Constitutional Rights in Corrections assignment).Analyze perspectives on each issue within the context of constitutional rights and administrative functions in corrections.*Note: You are encouraged to integrate any feedback from your instructor and upload the assignment to your ePortfolio (Links to an external site.).The Constitutional Rights and Administrative Goals paperMust be two to three double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA Style (Links to an external site.) as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA Formatting for Microsoft Word (Links to an external site.) resource.Must include a separate title page with the following:Title of paper in bold fontSpace should appear between the title and the rest of the information on the title page.

 

 

Gina Grasscutter has a small lawncare business. Her husband, Hank Hubby, helps h

Gina Grasscutter has a small lawncare business. Her husband, Hank Hubby, helps her from time to time. Gina’s business is growing faster than the lawns she cuts. Gina comes to you, a new lawyer, for advice on how to protect her business.
Using this week’s material, advise Gina on the types of business organizations that might benefit her and why. Also, advise Gina on what, if any, effect HH’s marriage to her and his help for her business might have.

 

 

Analysis the case in the file below and provide an overview of how law applies t

Analysis the case in the file below and provide an overview of how law applies to specific fact patterns : Student will prepare your own original Application of the facts applying the law to the facts, and come up with your own original Conclusion. 
The case briefs should be written in the following format:
1.Facts: The facts briefly indicate (1) the reasons for the lawsuit, (2) the identity and arguments of the parties, and (3) the lower court’s decision (if applicable).
2.Issue:The issue is the question before the court. The issue must be phrased as a question. Cases often have more the one issue (i.e., the court answers more than one question). If so, those questions should be listed here in chronological order.
3.Rule:The rule is simply the law the court uses to answer the question presented in the issue. 
4.Application:This section requires the student to apply the rule to the facts to answer the question presented in the issue. In brief, the application provides the reason(s) for your decision on the Issue identified.This part should be the longest as you are applying the facts to the law. Ex : If If I were a judge in this case, I would apply the law to the facts as follows…
5.Conclusion: Your decision on how to the resolve the Issue identified, after your application of the law to the facts.

 

 

In at least 40 words or more, define the duties of a probation officer. List and

In at least 40 words or more, define the duties of a probation officer.
List and discuss three ethical dilemmas faced by probation officers. The word count will vary for this section.
In at least 80 words or more, discuss three ways probation officers can avoid those dilemmas.
Select five codes of ethics from the codes provided that you find most important. Explain why you find them valuable by providing three reasons. The word count will vary for this section.

 

 

For years, 28 year old Lou Sohn has been trying to make it as a musician. He has

For years, 28 year old Lou Sohn has been trying to make it as a musician. He has played bars from Maine to California. He has had some songs he wrote and recorded played on college radio. He was a first round contestant on American Idol, but was cut before making it to Hollywood. He is getting ready to give up the business when a friend arranges an audition for Lou with Ashley Alan Dicker, of ADD Records, a twenty year old record label that has had a few hits, but never broken into the big time.Lou’s audition seems to go well. Ashley called Lou up a week later and gave him the good news. “Lou, baby,” Ashley said, “I think you’ve got “IT” ADD is going to make you a big star. Who are your manager and lawyer.Lou tells Ashley he has never had a manager or lawyer before. “That’s a good thing,” says Ashley, “they just waste time and money. Trust me baby, I will be the one looking out for you.”Lou can’t believe his good fortune. Ashley hands him a 15 page contract and says, “Just sign it baby. It is a standard contract. We advance the money for the recordings, we distribute, you get the first $5,000 gross income and then we split everything down the middle .” Ashley hands Lou a shiny gold pen. Lou hesitates. “What’s the matter baby?” Ashley asks. “Well, honestly, I am broke,” says Lou, “Is it possible to get any money up front?’Ashley pulls out his checkbook. “I like you baby, we are going to do great things. Sign right now and I will give you a $500 advance.” That was all Lou needed to hear. He didn’t even read the contract, he just signed it on the spot.Lou recorded his first CD for ADD, “Out of My Cave.” It got some alternative rock air play, but never caught on with Itunes. After six months, total sales were only $8,500. Lou wasn’t thrilled, but still, he could use the money. He wrote to ADD and asked for his $5,000 in first royalties plus 50% of the remaining $3,500 for a total of $6,750. ADD’s accounting department responded by sending him a bill:INVOICERecording costsStudio time $ 3,700Engineers $ 2,700Producer advance $ 5,000Total Recording costs $ 11,400Promotion costs $ 3,700Total Costs $15,100Less credit for sales $ 6,750TOTAL BALANCE DUE $ 8,350The hottest movie this summer is the block buster super hero film “The White Knight Ascends.” Lou goes to see it and is shocked to find that “Out of My Cave” is played several times in the movie. It appears ADD licensed Lou’s song to the film for $100,000. When Lou calls ADD to ask about it, he is told that all the licensing money belongs to ADD.Lou comes to you asking for help. He brings his contract with him. By now he has tried to read it, but cannot make heads or tails of it. In looking it over, you see that some of the relevant provisions are as follows:”17 C – Sohn agrees to pay, or to reimburse ADD, for all recording costs including, without limitation, all costs related to the use of the studio, hiring of engineers and producers, and all promotion costs.””41 F – Sohn grants ADD all rights to the songs written by artist and the Master recordings of such songs as are included on any recordings produced pursuant to this agreement. Without limitation, this shall include the right to license such masters and underlying songs for use in motion pictures. And Sohn hereby waives any claim to the income from such license”What can Lou do (with your help, of course)? Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of his case.

 

 

You are the manager of a shipping company, Swift Shipping (SS). You have a longt

You are the manager of a shipping company, Swift Shipping (SS). You have a longtime customer, Vicki Vegetable (VV) who ships produce. Because of your relationship, you often bend SS’s rules for this customer; it would be a shame to lose her business.
VV calls you one day and asks for expedited shipment for a special package. VV wants you to move her shipment from LA to New York as quickly as you can. You ignore SS protocol for written signatures and invoices, and just order a driver to get the shipment moving.
The police pull over your driver for speeding in New Jersey. The police search the truck, and find marijuana hidden in with the veggies. Additionally, because the shipment was not completed, VV refuses to pay for the order.
Discuss the issues raised in Chapter 10 and 11 that both help and hurt your chances to recover payment from VV.