Write a one-page memo, ms. speil says, answering her questions.

You work for a small advertising agency in Cooperstown, N.Y, near the Baseball Hal-of fame. Your agency’s principal advertising clients are businesses in town, some of whom sell baseball memorabilia, The agency has a good record of placing advertisements for its clients in both real space and on the internet. Many of these small stores have both physical and internet presence.
Last week, you were looking at the website of Kendrick Sports, the largest seller of baseball memorabilia in New York. Kendrick is not your client, and try as you have, you have not been able to obtain their business. The Kendrick website contains a database of information about the recent sales and auctions Kendrick has held for athlete-signed jerseys and jackets, baseball cards, and signed photos of famous players. The Kendrick website offers a brief, factual descriiption of the merchandise, the price at which it was sold, a photo of the item, and the date of the sale. There are thousands of entries, going back at least 5 years.
As you scrolled through the Kendrick web page entries, you had an idea for a new website that would provide would-be consumers with a place to research the market for these hard-to-price items. The new website would be a good marketing tool for your agency’s clients, and by putting their sales information into your company’s database, the website you envision would be even more comprehensive. You have 10 small clients in town that you believe would be interested in joining in and contributing sales of their data, but the key to making it all work is to incorporate the Kendrick information.
You check the Kendrick’s site and find a short Terms of Use Agreement. The Kendrick Agreement is directed only to “cookies” and data collection and does not say anything about using scrapers, bots, or other technological means when surfing their site. Your technician Can easily build a computer program to download the past-sales data on the Kendrick site
You mention your idea to Carla Speil, the head of your agency. She is intrigued. But is it legal, she asks?
Ms. Speil sees the rewards…. “But it seems like stealing. If we do it, what will we tell our
clients?” she asks as she walks away.
If the agency proceeds with your idea, you will earn a substantial bonus. You know that to convince Ms. Spell, in addition to addressing the legal question, you will also have to address persuasively that last thing she said
Write a one-page memo, Ms. Speil says, answering her questions.

How was the case ultimately resolved?

Objective: To introduce students to the complexities of applying defamation, libel, and privacy legal concepts to the internet.
Instructions: For this assignment, you will research and analyze the complexities involved in the Bollea v. Gawker Media case and write a news story for a hypothetical blog that summarizes major developments from initial incident to today.
Step 1 – Scan Nexis Uni for information about Bollea v. Gawker Media.
Step 2 – Find out what kind of mass media law(s) were involved in the case.
Step 3 – Take notes on the facts of the case.
Step 4 – Take notes on the issue(s) raised in the case.
Step 5 – Take notes on the arguments made and the evidence used by plaintiff(s) and defendant(s).
Step 6 – Take notes on any extrinsic factors that led to the alleged misconduct or controversial material.
Step 7 – Take notes on the case’s disposition (ruling, holding, rationale, and outcome). How was the case ultimately resolved?
Step 8 – Analyze your notes and make connections to information in our weekly learning resources that you can use in your explanation of case.
Step 9 – Write a 1-2 page, single-spaced news story that highlights how the case was resolved and summarizes its developments.
• Start the story with the most important aspects of the developments in the case.
• Stay focused on facts in your summary.
• Use what you have learned about defamation, libel, and privacy laws to explain arguments made in the case.
• Attribute any directly quoted material to its source like you would in a published news story, i.e., Gawker Media’s lawyers argued… Use accompanying in-text citations at your discretion.
• Analyze the developments in the context of what you have learned about defamation, libel, and privacy to the extent you can as a blogger.
• For help with the basic structure of your news story, see:
• https://youtu.be/8_NmVtnEEA8
• https://www.mediacollege.com/journalism/news/write-stories.html
Step 10 – List the sources of your material in an APA-style end-of-text reference list.
• For help using information from outside sources correctly, see the university’s academic integrity tutorial Module 3 on writing well with sources and Module 4 on attribution and citation.
• For help creating APA-style in-text citations, see the library’s guide at https://libguides.umgc.edu/c.php?g=1003870&p=7270658
• For help writing APA-style end-of-text references, see the library’s guide at https://libguides.umgc.edu/apa-examples
• For help with legal citations to any cases that you mention, see the Introduction to Basic Legal Citation in our Research & Writing Resources.
• For help crafting signal phrases to introduce quoted, paraphrased, or summarized material from your sources, see https://writingcenter.gmu.edu/guides/signal-phrases
• For comprehensive help with your writing and citing, start with the library’s guides at https://libguides.umgc.edu/gethelp/writing-citing
• Use this assignment’s grading rubric as a guide for completing your assignment.

Your assignment should include 1,200 to 1,300 words, not including the cover and reference pages.

Please refer to the case at the end of the chapter 3 on page 140: Petrusca vs Gannon University and answer the three Case Questions.
Your assignment should include 1,200 to 1,300 words, not including the cover and reference pages.
APA Writing Style:
Students are required to follow the APA Writing Style for all written assignments. At a minimum, include the following:
• Separate Cover Page
• Separate Reference Page – the sources should be in alphabetical order by the last names of the authors.
• Double spacing
• Times New Roman, 12 Font Size
• Respond to questions by including the questions and responding to the questions in essay format.
• First sentence of each paragraph is indented by five spaces
• Include headings and subheadings

Explaining their answer.

The student should answer the Case Questions by fully analyzing the issue presented and fully
explaining their answer. This means that a “Yes” or “No” answer must be followed by an
Assignment requirements:
 Length of assignment: The answers provided for each case should total at least 150-200
 Format of assignment: All citations should be in Bluebook format. Use in-
text citations and provide full citations at the end of each case.
 Number of citations: Minimum of one citation for each case.
 Acceptable sources: the textbook, cases, and scholarly articles or books published within
the last five years.
Students should use the Case Question Templates provided for each Case Question
Assignment to answer the Case Questions assigned to that Download the
template and enter their answers to each question by the appropriate question number.

Would you be interested in helping me out?

I am writing a longer 12pg single spaced capstone on Constitutional law. It is 70% completed and due at the end of this month. Would you be interested in helping me out?
Its a pretty dense topic that requires lots of critical analysis. It would be helpful if you could help write the remaining 30% get my formatting perfect, edit for clarity, rewrite large amounts of plagiarism thats in it now. Let me know if more information is helpful I am happy to share my sisting draft and outline. we will be working on this paper together & I would like to check in with progress every week.

When the police revived alex, alex said he had no memory of the last several hours.

For Short Paper #1, you will review a hypothetical scenario and compose a 2-page informational paper in response.
Hypothetical Scenario:
Suspect: Alex Ashland
Alex was in his friend Allison’s home in Hartford, Connecticut, drinking straight vodka and doing drugs. Alex told Allison that he has not taken his prescribed mental health medications for two weeks. This did not concern Allison until Alex started talking about the plan that he had to kill his father. Allison knew that without his prescribed medication, Alex could be psychotic. When Allison said that she was going to call the police, Alex pulled a handgun out of his bag and threatened her with it. Allison, who feared for her life, fled from her home with the intention of going to a neighbor’s house to call the police. As soon as Allison left, Alex stuffed a rag in the half-empty vodka bottle, lit it, and tossed it on the couch as he left the dwelling. Allison’s dwelling went up in flames.
Alex then proceeded to the nearest convenience store, where, brandishing the weapon, he took money and cigarettes. Alex then drove to the home of his father in Newington, Connecticut, where he broke down the door by kicking it in and shot his father to death.
The local police arrived shortly thereafter to find Alex unconscious on the living room floor. When the police revived Alex, Alex said he had no memory of the last several hours. Local police took Alex to their headquarters in handcuffs where they proceeded to interrogate him. After 10 hours of interrogation, Alex confessed to killing his father. Local police, however, forgot to read Alex his Miranda rights.
This hypothetical was inspired by the crime spree of Allan Ashmoore. https://abc30.com/news/shooting-suspect-talked-about-killing-his-father-da/2567137/
Imagine that you are a prosecutor.
Pages 2 and 3 : What crimes against persons and crimes against property should be charged against Alex Ashland? Be sure to access Connecticut’s penal code (https://www.cga.ct.gov/2018/rpt/pdf/2018-R-0073.pdf) and apply the facts to the language of the statute to support your answer. You should analyze a minimum of three crimes with which to charge Alex Ashland. One must be a crime against property.
Assignment check list:
Did you identify at least 3 crimes including one crime against property?
Did you locate the applicable Connecticut Statute for each crime?
Is your analysis in a FIRAC format (see the Assignment Guide for Pointers)
Did you apply the facts of each crime to the statute?
Did you show internal citations in the body of the text as well as a proper list of references at the end of the paper, following APA style and include references to at least one source other than the textbook?
Is your assignment at least 2 full pages of content (exclusive of title page and references)?

Identify the parties involved in the case dispute (who is the plaintiff and who is the defendant).

Choose one of the following cases, then analyze the cases in the Questions and Problems.
Case A: Chapter 33 (5 and 6) and Chapter 34 (5 and 6) in Dynamic Business Law
Case B: Chapter 33 (7 and 9) and Chapter 34 (8 and 9) in Dynamic Business Law
For each assigned case, write an analysis of the issue based on the following criteria:
Identify the parties involved in the case dispute (who is the plaintiff and who is the defendant).
Identify the facts associated with the case and fact patterns.
Develop the appropriate legal issue(s) in question (i.e., the specific legal issue between the two parties). Provide a judgment on who should win the case – be clear.
Support your decision with an appropriate rule of law.
Be prepared to defend your decision and to objectively evaluate the other points of view.
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Which party should prevail and why? 

Prepare a case study that requires critical thinking. The case study should include
and guiding answers.
o J.C., Inc., had a franchise agreement with McDonald’s Corporation to operate Mel
restaurants in Lancaster, Ohio. The agreement required J.C. to make monthly payn
McDonald’s of certain percentages of the gross sales. If any payment was more than:
late, McDonald’s had the right to terminate the franchise. The agreement also stated
McDonald’s accepted a late payment, that would not “constitute a waiver of any sub
Here is the complete case study you are to complete this week:
J.C., Inc., had a franchise agreement with McDonald’s Corporation to operate McDonald’s restaurants in Lancaster, Ohio. The agreement required J.C. to make monthly payments to McDonald’s of certain percentages of the gross sales. If any payment was more than 30 days late, McDonald’s had the right to terminate the franchise. The agreement also stated that even if McDonald’s accepted a late payment, that would not “constitute a waiver of any subsequent breach.” McDonald’s sometimes accepted J.C.’s late payments, but when J.C. defaulted on the payments in July 2010, McDonald’s gave notice of 30 days to comply or surrender possession of the restaurants. J.C. missed the deadline. McDonald’s demanded that J.C. vacate the restaurants, but J.C. refused. McDonald’s files a lawsuit alleging that J.C. had violated the franchise agreement. J.C claimed that McDonald’s had breached the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. Which party should prevail and why?