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Grading criteriaappropriate postings and responses to the discussion board: 0 – 5 points

Action ItemsInclude your discussion question in the form below, as well as the answer to the question and the answer source.
What advice would you provide to the promoter of a corporation when s/he is actively doing his/her job as promoter to prevent any personal liability? 
Submission InstructionsPost your responses to the Discussion Board per your professor’s instructions.
Grading CriteriaAppropriate postings and responses to the Discussion Board: 0 – 5 points

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This is for a capstone class so please make sure its detailed.

Create a list of 15 Ethical Culture procedures to be used in an Internal Audit of an Accounting Firm.
Institute of Internal Auditors website has good references.
This is for a capstone class so please make sure its detailed.
ADD PROCEDURES, SOURCES & CRITERIA for each

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Also i will include an example of the previous case, and what it should be like.

Hello,
I have two cases to brief (13-3 & 14-4) I will attach them.
Also I will include an example of the previous case, and what it should be like.
Thank you

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A short research regarding spacs and capital reduction of companies listed in capital market inn us or uk

A short research regarding SPACS and capital reduction of companies listed in capital market inn us or uk

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If you wear oakley (links to an external site.), odds are that the product is covered by one or more trademarks registered in class 9.

Trademark Registration
When seeking a trademark registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, you need to designate in which “class” you intend to use the mark. These classes, or more specifically, international trademark classifications, and the headings of the international trademark classes, are established by the Committee of Experts of the Nice Union and set forth in the International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of the Registration of Marks (Nice Classification), published by the World Intellectual Property Organization. That is a bunch of fancy words to say that there is an international agreement on trademark classifications.
These classifications had developed organically over the years and a description of each class can be viewed on the USPTO website (Links to an external site.). Sometimes unusual combinations can result. For example, Class 9 includes computers and eyewear. It also used to cover video game controllers, but those were reclassified to Class 28 a number of years ago (computer based controllers remain in Class 9).
Oakley

What kind of eyewear do you own? If you wear Oakley (Links to an external site.), odds are that the product is covered by one or more trademarks registered in Class 9. Here is the iconic Oakley “O” logo.
University of Oregon

If you are a football fan or a student trying to transfer to the University of Oregon (Links to an external site.), chances are you are familiar with the Oregon “O” seen frequently on their campus and sports teams. Oregon has registered the mark in multiple classes, mostly to cover of all things stickers and athletic gear (none of which are in Class 9). They also licensed this mark out to multiple eyewear manufacturers to make and sell Oregon eyewear with the Oregon “O” logo.

And contrary to what you may (or may not) have heard, Tom Cruise did not play football at the University of Oregon.
Litigation
When Oakley became aware of the Oregon eyewear, they filed lawsuits against ALL of the eyewear manufacturers who made the glasses. They asserted a number of claims, including trademark infringement.
Oakley Water

After filing the lawsuit, Oakley became aware of a water company (Links to an external site.) selling artesian water also using the Oakley name. Oakley had registered the name in Class 9, but this other company had registered the same mark in a different class.
Question Presented
In the litigation between Oakley and the eyewear manufacturers, who do you think is likely to prevail and why?
If Oakley were to assert an infringement claim against Oakley Artesian Water, do you think they will prevail in that scenario?
Hint
Please do not try to search the Internet for the answers – unless you know the names of all the parties and/or have access to PACER (the Federal Court system allowing access to all cases), you will not find any information on the Internet.
I know this won’t deter some of you from trying, but you have been warned.

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Discuss the differences.

Avoid plagiarism, the work should be in your own words, copying from students or other resources
Action ItemsInclude your discussion question in the form below, as well as the answer to the question and the answer source.
In our study of contract terminology, we learn about valid, void, and voidable contracts. Discuss the differences.

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Learning goal: i’m working on a business law writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Read the Thinking Critically case 4.2: Corporate Social Responsibility; pages 82-83.
Post your response to the questions listed in the case. Your response to the questions needs to be substantive and follow APA format.

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If supporting evidence from outside resources is used those must be properly cited.

Question I – If a business does not agree with the decision of a hearing officer, may that business appeal the decision directly to the judicial court system? What steps must the business take to get the case within the judicial system?
Question II -Peter Plaintiff’s son is killed while working overseas for a United States corporation that deals in proprietary petroleum extraction and production. Peter Plaintiff brings a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of his son’s estate against this corporation and requests a wide scope of business documents related to the corporation and its overseas operations under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). What defenses, if any, does the corporation have against revealing the requested information under the FOIA?
Requirements:
There is no minimum or maximum required number of pages. Your analysis will be considered complete, if it addresses each of the 2 components outlined above.
Use of proper APA formatting and citations. If supporting evidence from outside resources is used those must be properly cited. A minimum of 7 sources (excluding the course textbook) from scholarly articles or business periodicals is required.
Include your best critical thinking and analysis to arrive at your justification.
Submission: Upload/attach your completed paper to this assignment by the due date.

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You do not need to answer this one.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a business law writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Please use the slides, unilateral care model, bilateral care model, and further variables to help answer “Problem set 1”. All the information is in the slides to answer the questions in the first PDF.
Please ignore problem 1 “(1) Consider some of our historical case studies.” You do not need to answer this one.
Answer all the questions after this. I expect 5-7 sentences per question, maybe less depending the question. Once again please use the slides to help answer the questions in the PDF “Problem Set 1”.

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Read the thinking critically case 4.2: corporate social responsibility; pages 82-83.

Read the Thinking Critically case 4.2: Corporate Social Responsibility; pages 82-83.
Post your response to the questions listed in the case. Your response to the questions needs to be substantive and follow APA format.