What options do you have to challenge the employment contract?

Prepare a case study that requires critical thinking.  The case study should include related questions and guiding answers.  
AMC Corporation has entered into employment contract with a new CEO which includes $140 million compensation a year, reimbursement for private jet and payment of luxurious apartment in Manhatt an. You are a shareholder in AMC corporation and are outraged at this corporate waste. What options do you have to challenge the employment contract?


Statement 1:
The international legal framework for protecting intellectual property (IP) does not adequately reflect the value of IP for international businesses. Discuss.
Utilize textbook (mainly Ch. 8 and 9) and credible web site sources ( 3)
Make your argument and support with examples and cases
Statement 2:
Foreign direct investment is a form of investment which benefits all stakeholders. Discuss.
Utilize textbook (mainly Ch. 8 and 9) and. credible web site sources ( 3)
Make your argument and support with examples and cases

Identify potential estate planning issues with regard to the business and the family farm.

 Read Case Study 1 of the final project and respond to the clients in “memo” format, addressing the listed critical elements. 
See attached. 
 For this case study, craft a professional memo, appropriate in format, tone, and content, to send to your clients Fred and Sally, with your preliminary thoughts on the issues within. Your memo should illustrate the issues and relevant law, apply the facts, and support your conclusions with regard to each issue. Always remember to be clear, kind, and professional in your communications. Case Study 1 Fred is well known in his town for his homeopathic cough syrup. After years of encouragement, he has decided to take his miracle cough remedy to market as “Fred’s Miracle Cough Syrup.” While his cough syrup is homeopathic, one of the key ingredients causes a severe reaction when taken in conjunction with aspirin. Fred plans to make and bottle his cough syrup in an outbuilding on the family farm. His son, Sam, has been raving to the locals about his father’s cough syrup for years, and the local drug store and grocer have contacted Fred to place orders as a result. Sam also intends to approach several national chains in an effort to secure supply contracts for Fred’s cough syrup. Fred has asked Sam to assist him with deliveries, as Sam has a van. Fred would like Sam to be involved with the business as an employee initially, with the option of making him a partial owner at a later time. Fred and his wife Sally have two children, Sam and Lilly. Both live in cabins on the family farm with their spouses and children. Fred and Sally engage you as their attorney to assist with the formation of the new business, including determining the appropriate business entity type, management issues, product liability issues, and estate planning for both the business and family property. After your initial meeting, you identify and research the following issues. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Describe the main types of business entities and their defining characteristics. II. Apply product liability law and determine what issues are present. How would you advise your client to mitigate those issues? III. Apply the elements and characteristics of an agency relationship to Sam’s actions. Does Sam’s involvement prior to the business formation, as well as his anticipated role once the business is formed, create an agency relationship? Why or why not? IV. Identify potential real property issues based on the location of the business on the family farm. Justify each potential issue. V. Does the manufacture of Fred’s Miracle Cough Syrup on the family farm necessitate a formal transfer of ownership or possessory rights? Defend your response. VI. Identify potential personal property issues based on the use of Sam’s personal vehicle to deliver the product. Justify each potential issue. VII. Does the use of Sam’s personal vehicle in the course of business expose Sam or the business to any liability issues? Defend your response. VIII. Identify potential estate planning issues with regard to the business and the family farm. Justify each potential issue. IX. What estate planning vehicles are available to Fred and Sally should they desire to transfer ownership in the business and family farm, respectively, to Sam and Lilly equally? What are the advantages and disadvantages to each? X. Applying your analysis of the issues above, which type of business entity do you recommend for Fred’s Miracle Cough Syrup and why? 

Isiah carey.

 After viewing the videos selected for this Unit, in a minimum of 1-2 pages, explain and discuss the benefits of a diversified police department. Provide 2-3 examples.  Explain why you feel diversity enhances the productivity of the department and the impact on community relations. 
Isiah Carey. (2019, May 17). DIVERSITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT IN HOUSTON! (SOUTH ASIANS) [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV3hMTCE1aU
Durham Regional Police Service. (2016, October 11). Diversity Makes A Difference [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKn_-2Kd9Mc

Analysis: how did the court apply the rule of law to the facts of the case; and

Using virtual observations link below:
Afterwards, write a maximum of 1 page per case paper (total 2 case) identifying the parties to the case, stating the Judge or Commissioner’s name and date, and using the IRAC method state the:
 Issue: What were the facts of the case, why was the plaintiff suing (landlord-tenant, car accident, property damage, etc.);
Rule: What was the rule of law stated by the court.
Analysis: How did the court apply the rule of law to the facts of the case; and
Conclusion: How did the court rule? If the court didn’t issue a ruling (took the matter under submission),
using your sense of fairness, how would you have ruled?

Can jim recover damages from ruth; from flowers’ inc?

Ron supervises delivery of flowers for a wholesale distributor of fresh flowers, Flowers. Inc. In order to accommodate one of the company’s best customers, Ron offers to immediately rush a delivery of fresh peonies. All of the delivery trucks are currently out on delivery. Ron directs an employee, Ruth, to use her own vehicle to deliver the flowers.
Ruth carelessly parks her car on a steep hill, leaving the car in neutral and failing to engage the parking brake. The car rolls down the hill, knocking down an electric line. The sparks from the broken line ignite a grass fire. The fire spreads until it reaches a gasoline station one mile away. There is a tanker truck off-loading gasoline to the station’s gas tanks. The fire ignites the gasoline being pumped into the tanks, and one of the tanks explodes, causing part of the station structure to fall on and injure a passing motorist, Jim.
Can Jim recover damages from Ruth; from Flowers’ Inc? Why or why not?
Identify the cause of action. Discuss each element of the cause of action, and relate them to your assessment of whether Jim has a cause of action against Ruth.
Discuss the legal doctrine under which Jim might also recover from Flowers, Inc.
Draft your response.

 after reading the section of chapter 11 pages 191-192 that discusses the ten yardsticks for ilp breifly list and discuss these concepts “in your own words”. 

 After reading the section of Chapter 11 pages 191-192 that discusses the ten yardsticks for ILP breifly list and discuss these concepts “in your own words”.