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GBL 323 Exam #1 Part B – Subjective Questions
Each of these questions are to be answered and the answers uploaded unto D2L no later than Friday, October 7th at 12:00pm EST. The number of words you use is not what is important, the content of what you write is what is valued. Keep your responses to between approximately 100-150 words per question. It is not necessary to re-write the questions. Any format you choose to write your responses in will be acceptable. Do your own work. Remember – “the perfect is the enemy of the good.” You do not need to be perfect. Do your best. Write what you think. Each response is worth 10 points.
Essay Question #1: The Spartan Code of Honor Academic Pledge states as follows,As a Spartan, I will strive to uphold values of the highest ethical standard. I will practice honesty in my work, foster honesty in my peers, and take pride in knowing that honor in ownership is worth more than grades. I will carry these values beyond my time as a student at Michigan StUniversity,continuingthe endeavor to build personal integrity in all that i do
In your own words, why do you think it is important to act ethically, to practice honesty, not to give in to the temptation of cheating? Your response is worth 10 points.
Essay Question #2: In your own words, what is the difference between economic damages and non-economic damages?
Essay Question #3: In your own words, what is important to know and understand about the memorialization of a contract into writing?
Essay Question #4: In your own words, what efforts did the founders of the United States take to place checks and balances on the concentration of power in government?
Essay Question #5: Behan is a famous sous chef. Ted’s Restaurant (owned by Ted) is in need of hiring a sous chef. In late August, Behan and Ted had extensive conversations regarding Behan coming to work at Ted’s Restaurant. On September 1, a week after those conversations occurred, Behan sent Ted a text stating, “I will work for Ted’s as a head sous chef for a year and a half for an annual salary of $70,000.” On the morning of September 7, Ted texted Behan and said, “The $70,000 is a lot. Would you consider working for less?” Behan texted in response: “I am a famous highly trained chef. I will not work for any less.” Later that morning, Ted sent Behan a text stating: “I am no longer interested in hiring you to work at Ted’s.” Later that afternoon, Ted had a change of heart and sent Behan a text stating: “Okay, if you really won’t work for less, I agree to pay you the $70,000 a year you demand to work as head sous chef at Ted’s Restaurant for a year and a half. You can start on September 10.” Behan immediately sent back a text to Ted saying, “I accept, see you on September 10.” On September 9, Tom, a more famous, more likeable, and better chef than Behan contact Ted and expressed interest in working at Ted’s Restaurant for $60,000 per year. Ted looks to you for advice. Specifically, Ted would like you to assess what liability Ted’s Restaurant faces if he gives Behan’s job to Tom. Based upon the lectures in class, give Ted your best advice