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Give suggestions for the following law questions: 1. Which of the following statements is true? a. If one has entered into a contract, one is obligated to fully perform one’s obligations under the contract, even if it becomes impossible to do so. b. One must perform all promises made under a contract, even if performance

What types of recommendations would you make with a view to managing legal and political risk in a transition economy?

A certain 10-year bond is currently selling for $920. A friend of yours owns a forward contract of this bond that has a delivery date in 1 year and a delivery price of $940. The bond pays coupons of $80 every 6 months, with one due months form now and another just before maturity of

A type of ADR in which an appeal to court is possible. A law that requires that a particular type of contract be in writing is called a: Legally enforceable promise.

According to the Copyright Act, when does a creation enter the public domain? An inventor may gift his invention to the public. For example, the early developers of software for the Internet placed their work in the public domain immediately. Discuss the implications of such acts. Also research the Internet to find incidents where creators

For which of these items does the company need licenses? Why? 1. Product marketing text written by marketing Department employees. 2. A photo from the company’s “print” marketing brochures. 3. A new company logo, to be created by a freelance graphic designer (to be used on coffee mugs offered free to site visitors, as well

How does the Sarbanes-Oxley Act influence publicly traded companies’ need for systems reliability assurance and how is it different from traditional assurance services? Are there any similarities between the two? If so, what are they? b) How has the Sarbanes-Oxley Act influenced the accounting profession’s need to shift from a detection and correction model to

Under what conditions does a private person lose rights to privacy and publicity? How do these compare with the privacy rights of a public figure like a politician or someone holding government office? In your opinion, for individuals and for public figures, are the existing laws lax or strict? For example, would it be legal

Can a company fire a person for dressing a way that is in accordance with their religious beliefs? Explain why or why not.

1. Before the UCC and UCITA, what was one of the first, and most significant, of the U.S. government’s attempts to promote uniformity in commercial laws from state to state? (hint: think of commerce and constitution.) 2. Based on the info presented above, what do you see as the major differences between article 2 of

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