Determine in which courts subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction and venue exist in the following hypotheticals:

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Determine in which courts subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction and venue exist in the following hypotheticals:
1. A is a resident of Connecticut. B is a resident of New York. A and B get into a car accident in Connecticut. A sues B. Please consider (a) a minor fender bender where A acknowledges that the total damages are less than $10,000, and (b) a significant incident where the total damages exceed $1 million dollars.
2. C and D are residents of Connecticut. E is a resident of Rhode Island and F is a resident of New Jersey. C and D sue E and F for violation of their First Amendment rights
(Hint- Read and reread pages 31-48 of the textbook to answer these questions)
Online Textbook – McCord, James (2017). The Litigation Paralegal: A Systems Approach – with Workbook. 6th ed. Delmar Learning. ISBN-13: 9781285857152
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Discuss the following: • What is required for a valid contract?

Discuss the following:
• What is required for a valid contract? Per the Chapter reading, explain contract formation and differences pursuant to common law versus the Uniform Commercial Code. Why is it important to distinguish and identify which applies in business?
• Research one breach of contract case this past year (2020). Explain the facts of the case, the dispute, and the outcome or issue before the court. Which party do you agree with and, why?

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Widget’s, Inc., a fictional company, has a flourishing lawncare business. The business has two full-time employees who have been with the company for five years.

Widget’s, Inc., a fictional company, has a flourishing lawncare business. The business has two full-time employees who have been with the company for five years. All employees are trained on using the lawn equipment and have signed a waiver-of-liability contract limiting liability for the company. The owner, Brian, told his employees not to worry—that the company would protect them if they got hurt. One employee, Lori, was on the job cutting a lawn. Lori was riding a mower, a Ferrari 2000, which was three years old and in good working condition. The step-up on the mower had writing on it with a warning sticker to replace the sandpaper liner for traction every three due to normal wear and tear.
It was replaced every three years. Lori stepped down off the rider, slipped because of moisture from the grass, and severed her pinky toe on the mower blade.
When she fell to the ground, the mower continued through the grass and proceeded by itself to cut and mulch a neighbor’s prize roses. Peta, the neighbor, was preparing for a rose competition with a potential grand prize of $10,000.
Write a 2 page paper answering the questions below. Remember to identify and explain the law and then justify your answers to the questions pursuant to the scenario:
1. Pursuant to contract law, is the waiver of liability legal and do Brian’s verbal assurances become part of the contract? Why or why not?
2. Does Peta have a product liability case against the mower manufacturer Ferrari for a design defect, manufacturing defect, or failure-to-warn defect?
3. Does Lori have a claim for her injuries and can she recover pain and suffering damages or worker’s compensation?
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Authority: Your research reveals that the city does not have an ordinance defining residency or the requirements necessary to establish residency; nor does state A have a statute addressing the residence requirements for municipal elections. You have, however, located the following authority:

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Facts: Five months ago your client moved to a city in state A from a different state. She wishes to run for city council.
Authority: Your research reveals that the city does not have an ordinance defining residency or the requirements necessary to establish residency; nor does state A have a statute addressing the residence requirements for municipal elections. You have, however, located the following authority:
1. A 1998 state A statute which provides that a candidate for state supreme court judge must have resided in the state three years prior to the election
2. A 2000 state B statute which states that individuals running for any county or municipal office must have resided in the county or municipality for six months
3. Garcia v. Municipality of Weston. A 2001 state A court of appeals decision providing that a person running for state senate must reside within the senate district for a minimum of one year prior to the election
4. Reisin v. City. A state B supreme court decision holding that a person running for any municipal position must reside in the municipality for three months
5. American Jurisprudence Second section which provides that most states have a three-month residency requirement for the purposes of eligibility to run for municipal positions
Questions
A. Which authority is primary authority and which is secondary authority?
B. Which, if any, of the authority is mandatory authority and why?
C. Which authority can be persuasive authority and why?

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In regard to the chart discussed in the video entitled “Partner Synergy Drives Stratification and Resource Alignment”, in making the tough decisions where you’re going to align those [partnership] resources becomes really key…

Answer the following questions 1-12, drawing from the Chapter 32 reading, lecture and powerpoints, and referenced video content.

After answering the questions, respond to at least one other person’s comments submission to the discussion.
Questions:
Watch the following video:
Best Practices for Managing and Measuring Partner Relationships (Links to an external site.)
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Link: https://youtu.be/W1qWfgrQJMg
Fill in the blanks:
1) In regard to the chart discussed in the video entitled “Partner Synergy Drives Stratification and Resource Alignment”, in making the tough decisions where you’re going to align those [partnership] resources becomes really key… Considering value to the partner and value to the company in determining where to apply the resource, “if there is low value to the partner and low value to the company then you probably have a _______________ here…” “The other one is super easy it’s the _______________ _______________ bucket these are ones where there’s a high value to the partner and a high value to your company and this is where the bulk of your resources should be going in terms of investment in the partner relationships.”
2) In regard to the chart discussed in the video entitled “Establishing Guidelines for Partner Investment”, in thinking about the appropriate allocation of time and resources to put in to a partnership, “there are three different tools, thee different ways of managing for success because the key for managing for success around a partnership is making sure you’re getting the right _______________ to the right _______________ at the right _______________ .”
Watch the following video:
“China or Bust! Chasing Success in the World’s Fastest-Growing Economy” (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)
Answer the following questions and give your opinion drawing from the Chapter 31 (Partnerships) and Chapter 32 (Limited Liability Companies and Special Business Forms) readings and film content.
Fill in the blanks:
3) In Hong Kong, Peter Williams is about to launch his __________ __________ __________ onto the Chinese market. He’s got one chance to make a big impression, and he’s hoping to bowl them over with his upper class English Credentials.”
4) When British businessman Vance Miller and his assistant “Dirk” decide to pay Mr. Lee a surprise visit at his factory, “Mr. Lee has a surprise of his own for Vance. Keeping a straight face, he demands __________ __________ __________.”
5) Vance Miller decides to maintain the relationship with Mr. Lee. To celebrate their renewed friendship, Vance Miller invites Mr. Lee for dinner. He’s got a trick up his sleeve to find out what Mr. Lee is really thinking. Flummoxed by a technical failure, Vance returns to the restaurant to discover that Mr. Lee has ordered him a speciality of the house… [cordialities]… But even Vance has a limit to what he’s prepared to stomach for some __________ __________ __________ __________ .”
6) When British businessman Tony Caldera opens what at the time was probably the biggest cushion factory in China, “they’re even considering renaming Lin Ping , ‘__________ __________’ .”
7) Anticipating huge profits, Peter Williams pays a factory to start producing his device and he’s eager to witness the first one being installed. Peter has already started enjoying the good life. But his hardest Chinese challenge is yet to come… — __________ __________.”
Answer the following questions:
8) Is it a good business idea for an American company to explore new foreign markets in emerging economies? Explain.
________________
9) What is the most significant drawback (negative aspect) of entering doing business in foreign markets? Explain why.
________________
10) What is the most significant benefit (positive aspect) of entering and doing business in foreign markets? Explain why.
________________
11) Is it a good idea to explore new foreign markets alone (without working with a business or individual(s) already doing business in that foreign market location)? Why or why not? Explain.
________________
12) For the type of business in which you might envision your future professional career (or in which you are currently engaged if you are already in business), under which business form would it be better to work with another business or individual(s) already operating in the foreign market, if you were to enter and conduct business in foreign markets – for example, Partnership (GP, LP or LLP), Limited Liability Company (sharing ownership interests with foreign co-members), Joint Venture, Syndicate, Joint Stock Company, Business Trust or Cooperative? Why?
________________

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The question below is purposefully open and could potentially cover a large number of materials. Students will need to be discriminating in terms of content and structure to ensure that they give an appropriately detailed and critically informed answer.

Coursework Title:
Individual Presentation
Task details/description:
PRESENTATION TOPICS
The question below is purposefully open and could potentially cover a large number of materials. Students will need to be discriminating in terms of content and structure to ensure that they give an appropriately detailed and critically informed answer.
Question 1: Supremacy of EU Law
‘Constitutional pluralism is no longer the theory that best describes the reality of incompatible claims of final authority by the CJEU and British national constitutional courts and the mitigation of such claims through judicial dialogue. The new reality is that direct judicial conflicts rather than judicial dialogue are increasing. These conflicts have heralded the death of constitutional pluralism.’
Critically discuss this statement using CJEU case law, case law from British courts and academic literature.
• including a standard bibliography (OSCOLA compliant).
Word Count: 900
*OSCOLA REFERENCE*

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letter for my apartment office.

So this is letter for my apartment office. Sometimes happened a couple of days ago. I’m trying to say what happened. I had came from work when I park my care by the office. Two security came and one came by my window. I opened it. He accused me of speeding and that he was going to give me a ticket Mind you he doesn’t have a speedometer or the authority to give me a ticket because he’s not a police officer. He started to ask my if I live at that apartment and at that point I was pissed so I refuse to tell him because I don’t have to. It mad it even really worries was that the smirk on both their faces told me everything I needed to know (like they knew what they was doing. He kept on asking and I kept on refusing to answer. me minding you these two security have seen me more then one time. Oh and this is not the first time this has happened. It let to me cussing at him a little.as he walked away he asked something looking at me idk what it was but yeah. That night I called the office but got the third party instead because they was closed. I told them what had happened. Oh this happened around 10 pm on December 19th. I got an email on December 20th from the office. So I went to the office and asked to talk to the manager so they said I had to Emil them which I did. I wanted to write a letter to send out to the owner of the apartment. Idk who that is so I went online I only ended up finding the management company. I called them and asked them if I could have that information but of course they just gave the phone number to the the apartment that I live at. On December 22 I got an email from Executive Director. To me it didn’t seem like they really cared. The fact that I had to literally call the management office

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