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Discuss the major differences between a legal “investigatory stop” under the Fourth Amendment and Terry v. Ohio, and a lawful arrest.

Discuss the major differences between a legal
“investigatory stop” under the Fourth Amendment
and Terry v. Ohio, and a lawful arrest. Be sure to
include a full discussion of the different standards
involved and the factual showings that must be established by the police to sustain the seizure.
Give an example of a scenario that would justify
one over another.
Please cite United States vs. Drayton, Utah vs Strieff, or Whren vs United States

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What federal regulatory agencies would regulate the use of stuffing.

Stuffing: Provide sound reasoning for your stance and back it up with references, if possible. Your logic should be factual, not emotional.
Scenario
You are a production manager for a company that manufactures toy stuffed animals. The current stuffing in the manufacturing process has become prohibitively expensive and you have been tasked with finding an alternative stuffing. You have found a new stuffing that is compatible with your assembly line and within the price range set by the company. This new stuffing contains a fiber that may be linked to lung disease if it is inhaled after becoming airborne. You believe that risk can be effectively controlled by using a rayon cloth “second skin” to enclose the stuffing before attaching the outer covering of the animal. The cost of the stuffing and enclosing it in a “second skin” is still within the price range set by the company.
Discuss the regulatory issues your company faces if it should choose to use this new stuffing with the “second skin.” What federal regulatory agencies would regulate the use of this stuffing, what requirements must your company comply with if it uses the stuffing?

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Why is it important to distinguish and identify which applies when making a contract business decision?

1. Given your understanding of the chapter reading on contract law, identify and explain the requirements and elements for a valid contract.
2. Legally how is a contract formed and what are some similarities and differences between common law contracts versus the Uniform Commercial Code?
3. Why is it important to distinguish and identify which applies when making a contract business decision?
4. Using the NEXIS-Uni Legal Research Database below, find and provide one breach of contract case example within the last five years from your home state. *****(Georgia State) case is attached. *****
5. Be sure to identify your state, explain the facts of the case, the parties to the lawsuit, the dispute and the outcome and remedies provided by the court.
6. Provide whether you agreed with the court’s decision or not.

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What are the elements of a valid acceptance?

For each of the following four questions, explain your answers in as much detail as possible. For each answer, state the law (including all of the relevant elements of the law), state the relevant facts, apply the law to the facts, and give your opinion as to what the outcome should be. Each answer is 25 points (100 points total).
1) Acme Equipment offers to sell a dough-cutting machine to Big Bagels Inc. The offer states: “This offer expires Friday noon.” On Friday, at 10:00 am Eastern time (Florida time), the sales manager for Acme calls the president of Big Bagels and says, “Well, I guess you don’t want it. Contract is terminated.” What are the elements of a valid offer? Was this a valid offer, and why? Could this offer be terminated, and why?
2) Yellow Heating Inc. offers to ship furnaces to Zippy Inc. for $4,500 cash. Zippy’s CEO e-mails back, “Great, I accept, as long as we can make that payable in three weeks, not tomorrow.” What are the elements of a valid acceptance? Was this a valid acceptance and why?
3) On Monday morning, Andy and Brian enter an oral, unwritten contract for the sale of five acres of land in Delray Beach, Florida, at “$10,000 per acre.” On Tuesday morning, Andy demands that Brian pay him “$11,000 per acre” for the land. Brian refuses. Andy sues. Who should win, and why? In your answer, explain written/oral contracts..
4) Abby is a brilliant 16-year-old high school student who has invented “The Spritzer,” a device to keep vegetables fresh in the refrigerator. Abby goes to TGIThursdays restaurant, where she meets up with Brianna, the 23-year-old sister of Abby’s best friend. They sit down for a bite to eat. Brianna has four vodka-and-tonics, Abby has a Coca-Cola. Brianna and Abby write a contract on a sheet of paper, and sign it, stating that Brianna promises to pay Abby $100,000 for all rights in The Spritzer. Is this a valid contract? What are the reasons why this might not be a valid contract?
You shall be graded on your complete and proper explanations, research and language usage, all as noted below. The report must be no more than 1,000 words and is to be submitted in typed, double-spaced form. A report that does not follow this form will be deducted per the grading rubric. This project is 15% of your overall grade

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Critically compare and contrast how law is used to deter cartels in the US federal and European Union legal jurisdictions.

The essay topic is : Critically compare and contrast how law is used to deter cartels in the US federal and European Union legal jurisdictions
I have uploaded the paper instruction in a word document below , read it it is very important .
Use OSCOLA in referencing
note : analyses and evaluation is the key skill of the essay and I need them to be included . Also , please cite the work because I faced so many problems in my past orders that the writer don’t cite the work . Many paragraphs were without citation.

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The theoretical rationales or justifications for a system of intellectual proper

The theoretical rationales or justifications for a system of intellectual property law can be divided into roughly four groups: utilitarianism, labor-desert theory, personality theory, and semiotic democracy. We have discussed the various ways in which these rationales can be used to explain the structure of American IP law, and also the ways in which advocates draw upon them to argue for changes to current doctrine.
In your paper, please select one of these justifications. Pick one doctrinal feature or example from each of two of the areas we have studied (patent, copyright, and trademark) where the two justifications overlap or agree – where each one comes to the same conclusion about the state of the law – and explain why. Then, pick a second doctrinal feature or example from the two areas where the two justifications diverge or disagree – where each one comes to a different or opposing conclusion about the state of the law – and explain why.
For footnotes, please use either APA-style or law review-style (e.g., Bluebook) for formatting. Be sure to attribute materials properly!
I suggest reviewing the course materials to begin your research. Then, online databases such as LexisNexis, HeinOnline, and Westlaw can help provide more materials. You can also find publicly-available legal scholarship at SSRN.com.

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The student is required to post a paper in response to the provided prompt of at

The student is required to post a paper in response to the provided prompt of at least 500 words in length. Each paper should be supported with 2 citations in current APA format. Acceptable sources include course textbooks, the Bible, and scholarly academic, legal, or biblical sources.
Read the article, “John D.R. Leonard, Plaintiff, -against- PepsiCo, Inc., Defendant,” found on the website provided in the Learn materials. Then answer the following questions:
1) The court ruled that the commercial was not an offer to enter into a contract. Explain the court’s reasoning and holding.
2) Do you agree or disagree? If you were the judge, how would you have ruled? Would the Christian worldview affect your reasoning?
Please complete the whole section with quotations from the sources listed above only. Must be those sources. paying top dollar so please make this an “A” effort.

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Critically analyze domestic human rights law.

‘For more than 20 years the Human Rights Act 1998 has enabled individuals to challenge public authorities for failing to safeguard human rights and has protected all from the misuse of power.’
Assess the accuracy of this statement with reference to the relevant provisions of the Human Rights Act 1998, key case law and recent proposals for reform.
Assessment criteria
In answering this essay question students should:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the relevant sections of the Human Rights Act 1998;
2. Examine key domestic cases; and
3. Critically analyse domestic human rights law.
PS. I have suggested 4 sources, use as many as you want.

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Why is the absence of discrimination in the process of jury selection crucial to the legitimacy of the trial process?

1) Regarding jury selection, identify and discuss (a) the opinions we covered concerning jury selection, (b) how each applies to a different stage of jury selection and (c) the impact that these decisions have had on the composition of juries overtime. Why is the absence of discrimination in the process of jury selection crucial to the legitimacy of the trial process?

2) Define racial profiling, including the constitutional issues which are raised. How is racial profiling relevant to both the Japanese internment and to the problem of pre textual vehicle stops?

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Describe ways in which divorce law within family law has changed over time.

Describe ways in which divorce law within family law has changed over time.
Reply in about 150 words.
Take/Identify two clips we viewed from Kramer vs. Kramer and for each describe/explain how it illustrates difficulties associated with divorce and/or child custody contests.
Reply in about 125 words total.
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/dec/11/kramer-vs-kramer-film-classic