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Create a post of a minimum of 250 words answering the below discussion points (f

Create a post of a minimum of 250 words answering the below discussion points (found immediately below the following instructions).
Discussion Topic 1—(Contributory Negligence—Should It Be Changed?)
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Maryland and 4 other jurisdictions, of 51 (50 states plus D.C.) use contributory negligence. The other 46 jurisdictions use comparative negligence, either pure or modified.
In November of 2010, Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell sent a letter to the Judiciary’s Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure to determine how a change could be made ”…if the Court were to consider replacing the doctrine of contributory negligence, a common law doctrine in Maryland, with some sort of comparative fault.”
In February 2011, Delegate Benjamin F. Kramer introduced a bill which would require, by statute, that Maryland continue to use contributory negligence. It did not pass.
On April 15, 2011, the Rules Committee issued its report which recommended no change be made by rule and further indicated, if any change were to be made, it should properly be made by either the Maryland Legislature or by a Court of Appeals case.
Other states have used one of these two methods.
On September 10, 2012, the Court of Appeals of Maryland heard oral arguments in the case of Coleman v. Soccer Association of Columbia on the topic. You must watch a Webcast of the arguments by Googling Maryland Courts, then to Courts at the top of the page, then to Court of Appeals, then to Webcasts, then to Oral Argument Archives, then to September 2012 term, then scroll all the way down to the Coleman case (No. 9) on 9-10-2012. When you watch you can hear arguments on both sides of the issue.
Here is a link: https://youtu.be/dkOX4u1YOSI
Use your cursor to slide the progress bar back to the beginning of the oral arguments.
During the oral arguments you will hear the term, UCATA. This is the Uniform Contribution Among Tortfeasors Act.
The opinions were filed on July 9, 2013. You must read the opinions of the Coleman case (there are 3—one majority, one dissenting and one concurring) and decide which you support.
Here is the link to the opinions: https://mdcourts.gov/data/opinions/coa/2013/9a12.pdf
You can also use Google to help find information, both pro and con, to help you form an opinion.
Discussion Points:
Do you believe the Maryland Legislature should change from contributory negligence to comparative negligence and more importantly, why?
And also, if your answer is yes, which type—pure or modified—would you choose, and why?
Lastly, what was your impression of the oral arguments in the Court of Appeals?

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Create a post of a minimum of 250 words answering the below discussion points (f

Create a post of a minimum of 250 words answering the below discussion points (found immediately below the following instructions).
Discussion Topic 1—(Contributory Negligence—Should It Be Changed?)
No unread replies.No replies.
Maryland and 4 other jurisdictions, of 51 (50 states plus D.C.) use contributory negligence. The other 46 jurisdictions use comparative negligence, either pure or modified.
In November of 2010, Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell sent a letter to the Judiciary’s Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure to determine how a change could be made ”…if the Court were to consider replacing the doctrine of contributory negligence, a common law doctrine in Maryland, with some sort of comparative fault.”
In February 2011, Delegate Benjamin F. Kramer introduced a bill which would require, by statute, that Maryland continue to use contributory negligence. It did not pass.
On April 15, 2011, the Rules Committee issued its report which recommended no change be made by rule and further indicated, if any change were to be made, it should properly be made by either the Maryland Legislature or by a Court of Appeals case.
Other states have used one of these two methods.
On September 10, 2012, the Court of Appeals of Maryland heard oral arguments in the case of Coleman v. Soccer Association of Columbia on the topic. You must watch a Webcast of the arguments by Googling Maryland Courts, then to Courts at the top of the page, then to Court of Appeals, then to Webcasts, then to Oral Argument Archives, then to September 2012 term, then scroll all the way down to the Coleman case (No. 9) on 9-10-2012. When you watch you can hear arguments on both sides of the issue.
Here is a link: https://youtu.be/dkOX4u1YOSI
Use your cursor to slide the progress bar back to the beginning of the oral arguments.
During the oral arguments you will hear the term, UCATA. This is the Uniform Contribution Among Tortfeasors Act.
The opinions were filed on July 9, 2013. You must read the opinions of the Coleman case (there are 3—one majority, one dissenting and one concurring) and decide which you support.
Here is the link to the opinions: https://mdcourts.gov/data/opinions/coa/2013/9a12.pdf
You can also use Google to help find information, both pro and con, to help you form an opinion.
Discussion Points:
Do you believe the Maryland Legislature should change from contributory negligence to comparative negligence and more importantly, why?
And also, if your answer is yes, which type—pure or modified—would you choose, and why?
Lastly, what was your impression of the oral arguments in the Court of Appeals?

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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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The disseration should be an examination of the impact of legal regulation on th

The disseration should be an examination of the impact of legal regulation on the UK Construction Sector.It must contain an abstract (300 words). This should be a summary of the overall dissertaiton that outlines the most important points of the research (i.e. the key takeaways from the research).It must contain (at the end) a table of references in Harvard referencing style (at least 100 references, covering legislation, case law and industry literature – mostly literature).It must be structured in chapters.It must contain an introduction chapter. That introduction chapter should contain the following self-explanatory sub-sections:1.1 Background to the research
1.2 Outline of research undertaken
1.2.1 Statement of research problem
1.2.2 Research aim, objectives, questions and hypotheses
1.2.3 Scope and limitations of the research study
1.2.4 The research programme (i.e. timeline for research).
1.3 Contribution to industry knowledge which (this) disseration may make
1.4 Structure of the disseration.It must also contain a (final) chapter of conclusions and recommendations. That final chapter should have the following structure:1.1 Introduction (to conclusions and recommendations)
1.2 The research process (explanation of)
1.3 Conclusions of the research study
1.3.1 [Subsections containing various conclusions]
1.4 Recommendations from the research study
1.4.1 [Subsections containing various recommendations]There should be at least six (6) other chapters. Each chapter should focus on a particular piece of legal regulation. The following pieces of legislation are suggested for the chapters: 1) Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996; 2) The Modern Slavery Act 2015; 3) The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974; 4) Public Contracts Regulations 2015; 5) Building Safety Act 2022; 6) The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.Each of the minimum (6) other chapters should introduce the legislation, describe its policy background and contain an examination of its impact on the construction sector with reference to research (literature review and any data / statistics available). Each chapter should finish with its own summary, containing provisional conclusions.

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Instruction:1- introduction , 2- main body ( with various subtitles), 3- conclus

Instruction:1- introduction , 2- main body ( with various subtitles), 3- conclusion. With OSCOLA references and Bibliography. I need a coherent and completely relevant without plagiarism.These are 2 essays.
Details for the first one : Law coursework questions“It is no secret that the domain of trademark law and the scope of trademark protection has grown exponentially in the past decades. Today, any sign can be registered as a mark. This includes single colours, shapes, sounds, smells, video clips, holograms and even gestures.”
(I. Caboli, “Chocolate, Fashion, Toys and Cabs: The Misunderstood Distinctiveness of Non-Traditional Trademarks” [2018] 49(1) International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law 1)Using relevant sources and the above quote, critically evaluate whether it is easy to register non-traditional trademarks in the UK.It is essay with 2250 words limit +/- 10%- with OSCOLA footnotes at the bottom of the page and Bibliography at the end- font size 12 Ariel with 1.5 spacing.These are the details for the second one:
Family Law is outdated, gendered, ageist, adult-centric, Euro-centric, and
heteronormative.”
Making reference to relevant legislation, case law, and academic and professional
commentary, critically discuss the above statement with reference to the following
areas: Child Rights, Child Protection. An essay with 3000 words limit +/- 10%. OSCOLA footnotes under every page and Bibliography at the end. Font size 12 with 1.5 spacing.

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With reference to relevant examples of laws, policies and practices of States, c

With reference to relevant examples of laws, policies and practices of States, critically assess the extent to which Islamic law and international human rights norms are compatible to each other.

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Please answer on that question taking in consideration that the work is for Crim

Please answer on that question taking in consideration that the work is for Criminological Perspectives and our research was mainly based on World War II. However, feel free to use all of the wars, including the current as an example.

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Analyse the relationship, as reflected in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) c

Analyse the relationship, as reflected in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) case-law, between WTO Law, on the one hand, and international environmental agreements as well as principles of international environmental law, on the other.

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Dear writer I have attached the assessment instructions and questions in the fil

Dear writer I have attached the assessment instructions and questions in the file “MLC101LawforCommerce-T32022AssessmentOne”. In addition to this I have also attached the theory content for you in the form of lectures and seminars along with legal question examples on how to structure your answers using the recommended structure IRAC (Issue, Rule, Application, Conclusion).Referencing
For Assessment 1, you are not required to provide a Reference List. Cite relevant cases and
legislation (if applicable) in your answer. However, you must comply with the usual legal
conventions regarding the italicisation of case names and full case citations with the year and
reporting reference. For example, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co [1893] 1 QB 256.
Marking Criteria
Assessment 1 is worth 20% of your final grade for this unit. Part A (5%) is a Multi-selection Quiz
that must be completed online in CloudDeakin. Part B (15%) is a written response submission
marked out of 10 (7.5 marks for each mini case study HFS) and will be assessed against the
following criteria:
 Identification of the issues
 Identification of the applicable legal rules (principles of law derived from cases and
statutes)
 Analysis of the facts and application of the law to the facts
 Conclusion
You will receive an individual mark for each of these four criteria (along with organisation,
communication, and style) for each of the two case studies in Part B, which will then be added
together with your results from Part A. These criteria will be applied by way of a rubric (attached
to this document for your reference).Overview of this assessment
Your task is to provide solutions to the legal issues posed in the mini case studies (file name; “MLC101LawforCommerce-T32022AssessmentOne”, drawing on the legal principles covered in Topics 1 and 2. This assessment is based on your course materials for Topics 1 and 2. It is NOT a research task. The materials you should refer to when preparing your answers include the textbook, study guide, power points, and cases referred to in the materials. However, do not cite or reference power points, the study guide or textbook.
Cite relevant cases and legislation only. In other words, when you cite a case name, you need not cite the page from the textbook, study guide, or powerpoint slide.
There are TWO Parts to this assessment. The first Part A (5%) is an online Multi-Selection Quiz ( I have attached these MCQ questions in the file “MCQ Assessment”)
You are STRONGLY ADVISED to go through this Quiz carefully before you begin writing you answers to Part B (15%)
The maximum word count for each Part B mini case study is 300 words (i.e. 600 words in total).
You may be penalised if you are beyond the maximum word count. In other words, please keep your word count between 500-600 words.
Please ensure that you read all of the instructions contained in this document.Part A – Multi-selection Quiz posted in the file “MCQ Assessment”. As this is a multiple-selection test, it is worth 150 words (but of course you need not write out any responses). It is not multiple choice, so there may be more than one correct answer (there may be two, or three or even more correct answers).  AS ALREADY MENTIONED YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO DO THE QUIZ BEFORE YOU BEGIN PART B.Please observe the following format:
 You do not need to provide a cover sheet.
 Use IRAC (taught in the Seminars).
 Use font size 12 point and line spacing of 1.5.
 Use Calibri font.
 Use margin 2.54 cm on all sides.
 You must provide a word count at the beginning of your assessment. All pages of the
assessment must be numbered