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After reading Chapter 14 and the Required Resources please answer the following:

After reading Chapter 14 and the Required Resources please answer the following:
Describe what facts separate robbery from common theft. What are the elements of a contemporary robbery charge?
List the elements of the general burglary offense under the common law. What are the elements of a contemporary burglary charge?
Nadia entered a Wal-Mart store and placed two television wall-mount kits in her cart. She then went to the customer service counter and “returned” one of the kits for a gift card. She used the gift card to purchase the other kit, which she returned the next day for cash.
The state has charged her with “trafficking in stolen goods” under the Washington statute, which applies to one who “disposes of stolen property to another person”. Is the defendant guilty as charged?
What does State v. Graham, 327 P.3d 717 (Wash. App. 2014) say about this?
Be sure to address each question in your initial post.
Make sure that you properly support your post with a cite from the e-text or a valid source page number.

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After reading Chapter 14 and the Required Resources please answer the following:

After reading Chapter 14 and the Required Resources please answer the following:
Describe what facts separate robbery from common theft. What are the elements of a contemporary robbery charge?
List the elements of the general burglary offense under the common law. What are the elements of a contemporary burglary charge?
Nadia entered a Wal-Mart store and placed two television wall-mount kits in her cart. She then went to the customer service counter and “returned” one of the kits for a gift card. She used the gift card to purchase the other kit, which she returned the next day for cash.
The state has charged her with “trafficking in stolen goods” under the Washington statute, which applies to one who “disposes of stolen property to another person”. Is the defendant guilty as charged?
What does State v. Graham, 327 P.3d 717 (Wash. App. 2014) say about this?
Be sure to address each question in your initial post.
Make sure that you properly support your post with a cite from the e-text or a valid source page number.

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Review the law in your Course book that applies to the facts presented below. Ap

Review the law in your Course book that applies to the facts presented below. Apply ALL
legal doctrines that apply to material facts. Your answer should demonstrate your ability to
analyze the facts in the question, to tell the difference between material facts and immaterial
facts, and to discern the points of law and fact upon which the case turns. Your answer should
evidence your ability to apply the law to the given facts· and to reason in a logical, lawyer
like manner from the premises you adopt to a sound conclusion. Do not merely show that
you recite legal principles. Instead, try to demonstrate your proficiency in using and applying
them. If your answer contains only a statement of your conclusions, you will receive little
credit. State fully the reasons that support your conclusions, and discuss all points
thoroughly.
Sally decided to hold a garage sale. She posted signs in the· neighborhood which read: “Giant
Garage Sale – Electronic keyboard: $200 (one only), designer clothes, CD’s, Books and More!
Sunday, Noon to 4:00 p.m.” ·
On Sunday, Andy saw one of Sally’s signs, and arrived at her home promptly at noon. He
examined the keyboard and then announced, “I’ll take the keyboard for $200, but first I need to
get a truck to move it home. I’ll be back before 4:00 with the money and a truck.” Before Sally
could respond, he left.
Sally’s friend, Betty, stopped by at 1:00, and saw a designer gown. Betty told Sally, “I’d love to
buy that gown, but I can’t afford it!” Sally replied, “I had hoped to get $400 for the gown, Betty,
but you’ve helped me out before, and I’ve always wanted to pay you back. So, if I can’t sell it for
$400 by 3:30, the gown is yours for free.” Betty thanked Sally and left.
At 1:30, Chuck browsed through the garage sale and found a set of art books. “I want to buy
these,” he told Sally, “but I don’t have any cash with me.” “That’s O.K.,” Sally replied. “I’ll sell
you those books for $100. The offer’s open until 4:00.” “Thanks,” Chuck answered, “I’ll be back
as soon as I can.”
At 3:30, Betty met Sally and asked if anyone had purchased the gown yet. “Not yet,” Sally
replied. “No one’s here so I’m going to close up early. It looks like it’s yours.” “Thanks,” Betty
responded. “I am going to run to the store and buy shoes and a purse that match the gown.”
At 3:45, Debbie arrived at the sale, pointed at the gown Sally had promised to Betty, and said,
“I’ll buy that gown for $300, and I’ll buy that set of art books too.” Sally sold the gown and books
to Debbie.
Chuck returned before 4:00, saw Debbie carrying the books and said to Sally, “You can’t sell
those books to her! We had a deal!” Although he attempted to give Sally $200, she refused the
money. Sally sold the keyboard at 3:45. Andy returned at 4:00.
Betty arrived shortly thereafter, and showed Sally the shoes and purse that she had purchased to
go with the gown. Sally told her the evening gown had been sold.
1.Does Andy have an enforceable contract with Sally?

2.Does Betty have an enforceable contract with Sally?

3.Does Chuck have an enforceable contract with Sally?

Write out your decision and the reasoning underscoring your decision.
Consider and include ALL legal arguments that could be raised by either side in this dispute regardless of whether you would win the argument.
Preparation
Know the law well so you can spot all legal issues in the above fact pattern and use relevant rules.
Analysis
Briefly but accurately state the relevant rules. Make application of law to facts your primary focus.
Articulate the reasons for your conclusions. Spot and address all relevant issues, even if only briefly for easy issues.
Explore both sides if there are two sides. REACH A DECISION.
Writing
Pick and consistently use clear labels for the parties involved in this contract dispute..
You can use this book but you do not have to :Cross, Frank, and Roger LeRoy Miller. The Legal Environment of Business: Text and
Cases. 10th Ed. Stanford:Cengage Learning, ISBN13: 97813337093903

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Review the law in your Course book that applies to the facts presented below. Ap

Review the law in your Course book that applies to the facts presented below. Apply ALL
legal doctrines that apply to material facts. Your answer should demonstrate your ability to
analyze the facts in the question, to tell the difference between material facts and immaterial
facts, and to discern the points of law and fact upon which the case turns. Your answer should
evidence your ability to apply the law to the given facts· and to reason in a logical, lawyer
like manner from the premises you adopt to a sound conclusion. Do not merely show that
you recite legal principles. Instead, try to demonstrate your proficiency in using and applying
them. If your answer contains only a statement of your conclusions, you will receive little
credit. State fully the reasons that support your conclusions, and discuss all points
thoroughly.
Sally decided to hold a garage sale. She posted signs in the· neighborhood which read: “Giant
Garage Sale – Electronic keyboard: $200 (one only), designer clothes, CD’s, Books and More!
Sunday, Noon to 4:00 p.m.” ·
On Sunday, Andy saw one of Sally’s signs, and arrived at her home promptly at noon. He
examined the keyboard and then announced, “I’ll take the keyboard for $200, but first I need to
get a truck to move it home. I’ll be back before 4:00 with the money and a truck.” Before Sally
could respond, he left.
Sally’s friend, Betty, stopped by at 1:00, and saw a designer gown. Betty told Sally, “I’d love to
buy that gown, but I can’t afford it!” Sally replied, “I had hoped to get $400 for the gown, Betty,
but you’ve helped me out before, and I’ve always wanted to pay you back. So, if I can’t sell it for
$400 by 3:30, the gown is yours for free.” Betty thanked Sally and left.
At 1:30, Chuck browsed through the garage sale and found a set of art books. “I want to buy
these,” he told Sally, “but I don’t have any cash with me.” “That’s O.K.,” Sally replied. “I’ll sell
you those books for $100. The offer’s open until 4:00.” “Thanks,” Chuck answered, “I’ll be back
as soon as I can.”
At 3:30, Betty met Sally and asked if anyone had purchased the gown yet. “Not yet,” Sally
replied. “No one’s here so I’m going to close up early. It looks like it’s yours.” “Thanks,” Betty
responded. “I am going to run to the store and buy shoes and a purse that match the gown.”
At 3:45, Debbie arrived at the sale, pointed at the gown Sally had promised to Betty, and said,
“I’ll buy that gown for $300, and I’ll buy that set of art books too.” Sally sold the gown and books
to Debbie.
Chuck returned before 4:00, saw Debbie carrying the books and said to Sally, “You can’t sell
those books to her! We had a deal!” Although he attempted to give Sally $200, she refused the
money. Sally sold the keyboard at 3:45. Andy returned at 4:00.
Betty arrived shortly thereafter, and showed Sally the shoes and purse that she had purchased to
go with the gown. Sally told her the evening gown had been sold.
1.Does Andy have an enforceable contract with Sally?

2.Does Betty have an enforceable contract with Sally?

3.Does Chuck have an enforceable contract with Sally?

Write out your decision and the reasoning underscoring your decision.
Consider and include ALL legal arguments that could be raised by either side in this dispute regardless of whether you would win the argument.
Preparation
Know the law well so you can spot all legal issues in the above fact pattern and use relevant rules.
Analysis
Briefly but accurately state the relevant rules. Make application of law to facts your primary focus.
Articulate the reasons for your conclusions. Spot and address all relevant issues, even if only briefly for easy issues.
Explore both sides if there are two sides. REACH A DECISION.
Writing
Pick and consistently use clear labels for the parties involved in this contract dispute..
You can use this book but you do not have to :Cross, Frank, and Roger LeRoy Miller. The Legal Environment of Business: Text and
Cases. 10th Ed. Stanford:Cengage Learning, ISBN13: 97813337093903

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Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.

Overview
The goal of this assignment is to understand contract law, transactions in business, and the application of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).
Scenario
Dan and Leo agree to buy and sell “groceries and sundries” from Public Growers, Inc. in their stores. The five-year contract does not define groceries and sundries, but the parties agree the number of products purchased should be consistent every week. COVID hits and Public Growers, Inc., has a hard time meeting the demand of its sellers. Brian, the produce manager for Public Growers, assures Dan and Leo they will always have enough fruit and vegetables for their stores. Dan and Leo file suit for breach of contract.
Instructions
Given the scenario above, use the knowledge from your textbook reading to address the following in a 5–7 page paper:
Determine whether a contract is formed and if the situation is governed by common law contracts or the Uniform Commercial Code. Support your determination with evidence.
Determine whether parol evidence is admissible to explain the terms of the contract and whether any exceptions pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code apply.
Determine whether Dan and Leo can successfully sue for breach of contract when they are forced to close two stores. Support your findings and provide an understanding of the law.
Research three potential contract defenses for Public Growers, Inc., and explain how they could be utilized to avoid liability.
Use at least three quality sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.

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Given the scenario above, use the knowledge from your textbook reading to address the following in a 5–7 page paper:

Overview
The goal of this assignment is to understand contract law, transactions in business, and the application of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).
Scenario
Dan and Leo agree to buy and sell “groceries and sundries” from Public Growers, Inc. in their stores. The five-year contract does not define groceries and sundries, but the parties agree the number of products purchased should be consistent every week. COVID hits and Public Growers, Inc., has a hard time meeting the demand of its sellers. Brian, the produce manager for Public Growers, assures Dan and Leo they will always have enough fruit and vegetables for their stores. Dan and Leo file suit for breach of contract.
Instructions
Given the scenario above, use the knowledge from your textbook reading to address the following in a 5–7 page paper:
Determine whether a contract is formed and if the situation is governed by common law contracts or the Uniform Commercial Code. Support your determination with evidence.
Determine whether parol evidence is admissible to explain the terms of the contract and whether any exceptions pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code apply.
Determine whether Dan and Leo can successfully sue for breach of contract when they are forced to close two stores. Support your findings and provide an understanding of the law.
Research three potential contract defenses for Public Growers, Inc., and explain how they could be utilized to avoid liability.
Use at least three quality sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.

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Provide your recommendation for the employer, based on the legal requirements:

Week 5 Assignment – The Value of Legal Protection in the Workplace
Overview
The goal of this assignment is to evaluate and understand laws that protect employees in the workplace from discrimination.
Instructions
Today, federal and state statutes govern the workplace. For example, various labor laws regulate the wages and working hours of employees. Additionally, federal and state statutes also exercise a significant role in protecting employees from discrimination. One example of discrimination protection is the Equal Pay Act. When it comes to male and female employees who work at the same job and do the same work, if a wage difference exists, it must be due to “any factor other than gender” or a discriminatory violation of the Equal Pay Act may be found. In the assignment below, you will identify and address other laws that protect employees from discriminatory practices in the workplace.
Answer the following questions (approximately one page per question):
Analyze and provide your understanding of how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act protects employees from various discrimination in the workplace and the role the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission plays in the Act.
Evaluate and explain the difference between intentional discrimination by an employer against an employee versus unintentional or unintended discriminatory impact.
Provide an example—real or fictional—of each and the litigation process to establish a prima facie case for each.
Note: While you may not repeat the examples provided in the text, you can use them for guidance.
Summarize the legal requirements for the employer in the scenario below when it comes to protecting and accommodating religious rights in the workplace. Provide your recommendation for the employer, based on the legal requirements:
Brian sells cellular service and phones at a local mall. He informed his employer he could no longer work on Saturdays because it was his religion’s Sabbath holiday. Saturdays were the biggest sales day for the company, and it required all sales employees to work weekends.
Once an employee succeeds in proving that alleged discrimination occurred in the workplace, the burden shifts to the employer to defend their practices. Analyze and explain at least two defenses or possible justifications for employer discrimination today and best practices to avoid such a lawsuit.
Use at least three quality sources to support your writing. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.  For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
Produce writing that is clear and well organized and applies appropriate SWS style. Writing contains accurate grammar, mechanics, and spelling. INTERNET BASED REFERENCES ONLY NO JOURNALS PLEASE.

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Is u bank liable to rubin and is he guilty of violating the securities exchange act of 1934?

Agency Law and Liability
Overview
The goal of this activity is to test your understanding of agency law, its application in the workplace, and liability for employers.
Scenario
Carl, a credit officer for U Bank, evaluates and approves extensions of credit to bank clients. He has access to nonpublic information about clients’ earnings, performance, acquisitions, and business plans. U Bank caters to a very wealthy clientele and Carl frequently travels to meet potential clients for lunch dates at fancy restaurants.
Carl contracts privately with Rubin, an independent accountant, to sell securities based on bank client information. Rubin believes Carl is very smart and has a “nose for business.”
Rubin trades securities of more than 10 different companies and both men profited more than $5 million over five years.
On the way to a business meeting with a potential new bank client, Carl stops at Rubin’s house to discuss business dealings and have a few drinks. Carl leaves Rubin’s house drunk and is killed when his car strikes a tree. Carl’s family sues U Bank for Carl’s death.
Rubin, discovering the investment scheme perpetrated by Carl, sues U Bank when he is arrested for violation of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Instructions
Write a 1–page paper answering the questions based on the facts of the scenario and your text readings:
Under what agency law doctrine might the bank be liable for Carl’s death and what is the key factor for making this determination?
Is U Bank liable to Rubin and is he guilty of violating the Securities Exchange Act of 1934? Explain.

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I will put on the files, there is one file regarding the format of the discussio

I will put on the files, there is one file regarding the format of the discussion and the other is regarding the assignent

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Write a paper that describes the facts of your chosen cases and discusses the legal considerations and the lessons learned for cybersecurity ops leaders.

As you progress up the chain to the top of your organization, you will need to stay abreast of developments in technology and in the law. The most impactful mistakes in cybersecurity law are made at the top. We never seem to run out of recent examples.
There have been a number criminal and civil legal actions filed as a result of the SolarWinds Orion hack. The company was sued by their pension fund, and by their investors, as well as others. Pick at least two cases from the list of links below, and discuss the facts, the legal lessons learned, and what the leadership at SolarWinds should have done to protect their company or employees from legal vulnerabilities.
Write a paper that describes the facts of your chosen cases and discusses the legal considerations and the lessons learned for cybersecurity ops leaders.
SolarWinds Board Sued by Pension Funds Over Cyberattack (1) (bloomberglaw.com)
What could we learn from the SolarWinds investor lawsuit? – The Record by Recorded Future
SolarWinds Investors Suit Alleges Board Knew About Cyber Risks (insurancejournal.com)
Solarwinds Lawsuit Is a Wake-Up Call to Boards of Directors (accelerationeconomy.com)
Cybersecurity-Related Breach of the Duty of Oversight Claim Filed Against SolarWinds Board | The D&O Diary (dandodiary.com)