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In which of the following situations would a court likely hold Melissa liable for copyright infringement?

In which of the following situations would a court likely hold Melissa liable for copyright infringement? Please debate and support your answer with appropriate cites to support. At the library, Melissa photocopies 10 pages from a scholarly journal relating to a topic on which she is writing a term paper. Melissa makes leather handbags and sells them in her small leather shop. She advertises her handbags as  Vutton handbags, hoping that customers might mistakenly assume that they were made by Vuitton, the well-known maker of high-quality handbags and luggage. Melissa owns a video store. She purchases the latest videos from various video manufacturers but buys only one copy of each video. Then, using blank videotapes, she makes copies to rent or sell to her customers. Melissa teaches Latin American history at a small university. She frequently video tapes television programs relating to Latin America. She then takes the videos to her classroom so that her students can watch them.

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Business Law: In which of the following situations would a court likely hold Ursula liable for copyright infringement?

In which of the following situations would a court likely hold Ursula liable for copyright infringement?

(a) Ursula goes to the library and photocopies ten pages from a scholarly journal relating to a topic on which she is writing a term paper.

(b) Ursula makes blouses, dresses, and other clothes and sells them in her small shop. She advertises some of the outfits as Guest items, hoping that customers might mistakenly assume that they were made by Guess, the well-known clothing manufacturer.

(c) Ursula teaches Latin American history at a small university. She has a DVR (digital video recorder) and frequently records television programs relating to Latin America. She then copies the programs to a DVD and brings them to her classroom so that her students can watch them.

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Human Rights Violations-argument

Imagine you are an attorney accusing Spain of human rights violations in a sixteenth-century world criminal court. Draw on the “Voices of Freedom” pieces to help you prepare your closing argument. What do you imagine Spain’s defense attorney would argue?

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The mitigation analysis of unusable motor vehicles in Saudi

The mitigation analysis of unusable motor vehicles in Saudi

1 write about Saudi Arabia Government Act, Regulations, laws and systems regarding to unusable vehicles that are left on the roads for a long period of time.
2 write about the legal or illegal situation regarding abandoned and derelict vehicles on public roads in Saudi Arabia.
3  what is the opinion of Saudi Arabia government about leaving unusable vehicles on the roads and in the vehicle dump for a long period of time. (300 words)
4 write crucial questions to be resolved and also write/make a questionnaire of this issue.

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A Negative PR Campaign against Competition and it’s Potential Legal Ramifications.

Assume that you are the new PR director for an aggressive nutritional supplement company. The company CEO wants you to start a negative PR campaign against the competition.In your paper, detail why or why not such a campaign is advisable, focusing on the potential legal ramifications of running such a campaign and what you might do to manage them.

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Saudi Arabia Government Act, Regulations, laws and systems regarding unusable vehicles.

1 write about Saudi Arabia Government Act, Regulations, laws and systems regarding to unusable vehicles that are left on the roads for a long period of time.
2 write about the legal or illegal situation regarding abandoned and derelict vehicles on public roads in Saudi Arabia.
3 what is the opinion of Saudi Arabia government about leaving unusable vehicles on the roads and in the vehicle dump for a long period of time. (300 words)
4  write crucial questions to be resolved and also write/make a questionnaire of this issue.

 

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The Stamp Act Resolutions and Declaratory Act

 Effects of The Stamp Act Resolutions and Declaratory Act
After the British success in the French and Indian War, relations between the colonists and the mother country started to deteriorate. Britain’s attempt to tighten control over its colonial empire and to finance its administration by imposing new taxes, aroused American resentment. Colonial opposition to British policies eventually led to armed resistance.

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“The offshoot theory is historically unsound … the consequences of its endorsement by the judiciary will be bad for Rylands v Fletcher, and bad for nuisance too.”

“The offshoot theory is historically unsound … the consequences of its endorsement by the judiciary will be bad for Rylands v Fletcher, and bad for nuisance too.” Discuss.
This coursework essay is on tort law – case law, statute must be included in the essay
OSCOLA referencing needed for footnotes and bibliography
3000 words – including footnotes
bibliography needed

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Contractors and consultants may wish to limit or exclude their liability by a contractual clause. This will reduce their risk and eventually reduce the cost. Discuss the validity / enforceability of such a clause under UAE and English laws.

Contractors and consultants may wish to limit or exclude their liability by a contractual clause. This will reduce their risk and eventually reduce the cost. Discuss the validity / enforceability of such a clause under UAE and English laws.

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CASE STUDY

St. Martha’s General Hospital Scenario. 
Health care is an extremely regulated industry mostly because of the especially vulnerable nature of its customers, the patients.

Legislators have created numerous laws to control everything from the process of insurance to how a patient must be treated and what they must be told by medical personnel.

Individuals who break these laws can be subject to civil or criminal liability, so it is extremely important that every healthcare worker know and understand the laws related to his or her job.

For this discussion,  use the St. Martha’s General Hospital Scenario. After reviewing that scenario and reviewing the laws that you learned ,  discuss a healthcare law that may have been broken by an employee of St. Martha’s General Hospital.

Identify any scenario where the law has been broken.

Discuss the major points of the law.

Analyze the facts of the hypothetical situation against that law to explain how the employee broke the law. Support your ideas with evidence from your readings.

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