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For more course tutorials visitwww.uophelp.comMGMT 520 Final Exam Set 1 1. Farmer Joe Andrews, who owned 350 acres of farm land, was approached by Ajax Oil Company that offered to buy the front 30 acres of his land, which bordered on a four-lane highway, so they could build a gasoline station. Ajax Oil asked Mr. Andrews

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Mgmt 520 focus dreams uophelp com

MGMT 520 Focus Dreams/uophelp.com

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MGMT 520 Final Exam (All 4 Sets)

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  • MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 1

  • 1.         Farmer Joe Andrews, who owned 350 acres of farm land, was approached by Ajax Oil Company that offered to buy the front 30 acres of his land, which bordered on a four-lane highway, so they could build a gasoline station. Ajax Oil asked Mr. Andrews if he had complete ownership of the land, and he assured them he did. The two parties negotiated on the price and terms of the land sale for several days and finally agreed on a price of $60,000 for the 30 acres and Mr. Andrews signed a Quit Claim Deed transferring ownership to Ajax Oil. Ajax Oil developed the land and built the gasoline station with a typical small grocery store, and a car wash. The gasoline station functioned well for the next eight years, and was very profitable. The State Highway Department contacted Ajax Oil, and told them the state had acquired the right to take the land 30 years ago for expansion of the highway through a Special Warranty Deed from farmer James Barnes, who had owned and operated the farm before Joe Andrews. The issue quickly goes to court with the State Highway Department,


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MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 1

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  • MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 1

  • Farmer Joe Andrews, who owned 350 acres of farm land, was approached by Ajax Oil Company that offered to buy the front 30 acres of his land, which bordered on a four-lane highway, so they could build a gasoline station. Ajax Oil asked Mr. Andrews if he had complete ownership of the land, and he assured them he did. The two parties negotiated on the price and terms of the land sale for several days and finally agreed on a price of $60,000 for the 30 acres and Mr. Andrews signed a Quit Claim Deed transferring ownership to Ajax Oil. Ajax Oil developed the land and built the gasoline station with a typical small grocery store, and a car wash. The gasoline station functioned well for the next eight years, and was very profitable. The State Highway Department contacted Ajax Oil, and told them the state had acquired the right to take the land 30 years ago for expansion of the highway through a Special Warranty Deed from farmer James Barnes, who had owned and operated the farm before Joe Andrews. The issue quickly goes to court with the State Highway Department, Ajax Oil, farmer Joe Andrews, and farmer Barnes’ Heirs, all parties to the legal activity. What issues are involved here in regard transfer of right to land? Who do you think will prevail? (Points : 30)


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MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 2

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  • MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 2

  • (TCO A & F) George G. Harris retired in 1978 after spending 30 years in the U.S. Army, having served in both Korea and Vietnam. In 1980, Mr. Harris wrote a lengthy book describing his military service in great detail. When his sons, David and Greg, and family friends read the book, they told Mr. Harris it was super interesting and needed to be published and put on the market. Mr. Harris did not refer the book to a formal publishing company, but did have a local private printing company produce 500 copies of the book. The books sold immediately, and over the next 20 years Mr. Harris had an additional 8,000 copies of the book printed and sold. Mr. Harris died in 2002, and almost immediately the ABC Publishing Company grabbed a copy of the book and began mass production and marketing. The sons David and Greg Harris filed a law suit against ABC Publishing for Copyright Violation. ABC Publishing’s defense was that the Copyright had never been registered, and the original author was now dead. What actions must David and Greg take to advance their claim? What dollar damages can they claim? Will ABC Publishing’s contention that the Copyright is unfounded since the author is dead prevail in court? What legal issues, federal statutes, and other items will decide this case? (Points : 30)


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MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 3 (50 TCOs)

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  • MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 3 (50 TCO's)

  • (TCOs D, E, F) Frank Jones is a college student who had a plow attached to his jeep so he could earn extra money plowing during the winter. Jones was under contract to plow the driveways of Mr. Washington and Ms. Adams, two neighbors down the street. John Smith lives between Washington and Adams. Jones took it upon himself to plow Smith’s lot the seven times this past winter when there were storms and when he plowed the other two lots. Jones had never spoken to Smith about it, and Smith never objected. In the spring, Jones personally appeared at Smith’s house and presented him with a bill. Smith refused to pay Jones, stating that, “he never agreed to any contract.” That statement was made after Jones presented him with a bill of $600, which he calculated as the reasonable value of his services. After Smith’s obnoxious response, Jones yelled: “I will see you in court!”


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MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 4

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  • MGMT 520 Final Exam Set 4

  • TCO A: Given an organizational requirement to conform business practices to both the law and best ethical practices, apply appropriate ethical theories to shape a business decision.

  • •           TCO B: Given instances of federal regulation of business and commercial practices, determine the constitutional and regulatory bases for such regulation, and formulate a strategy by which an impacted business can influence or contest regulating outcomes.

  • •           TCO C: Given an example of corporate liability arising from the sale of defective and dangerous products, develop a business strategy that includes ethical considerations to minimize liability for claims of product liability and breach of warranty.


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MGMT 520 Midterm Exam (4 Set)

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  • MGMT 520 Midterm Exam Set 1

  • 1. Should we have an international code of ethics? Explain why or why not. Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connection between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • 2. In thinking about the different types of product defects discussed in your text, which types of defects might be involved in a lawsuit about separating tires? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • 3. Discuss the ethics of the situation where a lifetime warranty is defined as based on the “life of the product. Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.


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MGMT 520 Midterm Exam Set 1

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  • Should we have an international code of ethics? Explain why or why not. Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connection between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • In thinking about the different types of product defects discussed in your text, which types of defects might be involved in a lawsuit about separating tires? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • Discuss the ethics of the situation where a lifetime warranty is defined as based on the “life of the product. Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.


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MGMT 520 Midterm Exam Set 2

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  • 1. (TCO A) Under what circumstances might it be ethical for the federal government to record or track calls or Internet searches without any sort of warrant? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics. (Points : 30)

  • 2. (TCO B) In thinking about the different types of product defects discussed in your text, which types of legal theories of recovery might be involved in a lawsuit about separating tires? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics. Be specific when discussing the various causes of action and what defenses might be argued. (Points : 30)


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MGMT 520 Midterm Exam Set 3

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  • TOC A) If Congress passed a law making an activity specifically legal, would that automatically make it ethical? Why or why not? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics. (Points : 30)

  • (TCO B) In thinking about the different types of product defects discussed in your text, which types of legal theories of recovery might be involved in a lawsuit about separating tires? Analyze and evaluate the various issues presented while arguing and debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics. Be specific when discussing the various causes of action and what defenses might be argued. (Points : 30)


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MGMT 520 Midterm Exam Set 4

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  • 1.Write a contract. List all six elements as it applies to your contract. Next, breach the agreement. Finally, assess damages. (Points : 30)

  • 2. What constitutes a breach of contract? What are the purposes of

  • damages? Discuss the following types of damages and their

  • application in a breach of contract:

  • Compensatory damages

  • Nominal damages

  • Punitive damages

  • Liquidated damages


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MGMT 520 Week 1 Video Case Study Court Systems And Jurisdiction Supreme Court Sides With Walmart

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 1 VIDEO CASE STUDY COURT SYSTEMS AND JURISDICTION—SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH WALMART

  • Video Case Study: Court Systems and Jurisdiction—Supreme Court Sides With Walmart

  • http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/streaming/bp/2013/business_law/BLaw2013_Court_Sys.html

  • Watch the video case study and then write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.


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MGMT 520 Week 2 Case Study International And World Trade Law Counterfeiting

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 2 CASE STUDY INTERNATIONAL AND WORLD TRADE LAW - COUNTERFEITING

  • Case Study: International and World Trade Law - Counterfeiting

  • Write a 1-2 page reflective paper (double spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics and ethics.

  • One: There has been a movement in the last decade encouraging people to “buy American.” Discuss the legal and ethical issues related to boycotting goods from other countries. What are the practical business implications of such a move?

  • Two: The World Trade Organization, or WTO, is the largest and most influential of the trade organizations. China and other heavy counterfeiting nations are part of this group. What could WTO-participating nations do to address the problems of counterfeiting? What should they do?


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MGMT 520 Week 3 Video Case Study Environmental Protection Environmental Victory

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 3 VIDEO CASE STUDY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION—ENVIRONMENTAL VICTORY

  • Video Case Study: Environmental Protection—Environmental Victory

  • http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/streaming/bp/2013/business_law/BLaw2013_Env_Prot.html

  • Watch the video case study and then write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.


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MGMT 520 Week 5 Assignment Case Study Equal Opportunity In Employment Isiah Thomas

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 5 ASSIGNMENT CASE STUDY- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN EMPLOYMENT—ISIAH THOMAS

  • Video Case Study: Equal Opportunity in Employment—Isiah Thomas

  • http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/streaming/bp/2013/business_law/BLaw2013_Equal_Opp.html

  • Watch the video case study and then write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • 1. Discuss whether there should be a different standard of behavior in the workplace compared to personal relationships.


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MGMT 520 Week 6 Video Case Study Consumer Protection And Product Safety Vitamin Water Advertising Claims

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 6 VIDEO CASE STUDY CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PRODUCT SAFETY—VITAMIN WATER ADVERTISING CLAIMS

  • Video Case Study: Consumer Protection and Product Safety—Vitamin Water Advertising Claims

  • http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/streaming/bp/2013/business_law/BLaw2013_Cons_Prot.html

  • Watch the video case study and then write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics and ethics.

  • 12 in font, times news roman, APA, and must include references.

  • The paper should have the question and then followed by the answer. Please address the questions fully as they are multiple part questions.


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MGMT 520 Week 7 Video Case Study Judicial Alternative And EDispute Resolution

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  • MGMT 520 WEEK 7 VIDEO CASE STUDY JUDICIAL, ALTERNATIVE, AND E-DISPUTE RESOLUTION

  • Video Case Study: Judicial, Alternative, and E-Dispute Resolution - Arbitrators Favoring Creditors

  • http://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/streaming/bp/2013/business_law/BLaw2013_Jud_Alt.html

  • Watch the video case study and then write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double-spaced) on the following questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.

  • One: What is the difference between arbitration and litigation? What steps in the litigation process are missing in arbitration?

  • Two: If the parties to arbitration instead went to court, discuss the steps that the parties would have to take in order to go to trial.


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