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Business Law 2000, Section 102
Spring Semester 2013
Writing Assignment

NAME: _Jerome Matthews_

INSTRUCTIONS: This is an individual assignment to be completed by each of you on your own. Collaboration between students will result in failure on this assignment. Handwritten responses will not be accepted. Responses are due Monday, March 25th. Responses are due at the beginning of class. Unless previously authorized, late submissions will be graded down accordingly.

The problems below should be answered fully and completely based upon information presented in lectures and gleaned from reading the text. Organize your answer so it is easily readable: use full sentences and paragraphs to express your ideas; spell-check your prose; and develop your arguments to justify your responses. Where appropriate use the language presented in class to discuss concepts and ideas expressed in your answers. Please use Times New Roman 12 point font. Your responses should use double-line spacing and be no more than one full page in length.

Credit will be divided between the quality of your analysis and the quality of your prose. First, identify the issue in each problem. Determine the applicable legal or ethical principles implicated by the problem and organize your answer to resolve the problem. Clearly state your reasons for your resolution of the problem. Your response should include a statement of the issue; a statement of the rule of law applicable to the problem and set forth your analysis.

I suggest you submit your response with this cover sheet attached. Please staple your papers together or the paper will be graded down.

1.Susan is the president of United Food Corporation, a wholesale grocery company. An inspection by Tim, a government agent, uncovers unsanitary conditions caused by Val, a United employee, in the United warehouse. Will, a United vice president, assures Tim the situation will be corrected, but nothing is done, which a later inspection...

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