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If you look at the apple supplier responsibility report for 2010 there is only glancing reference to the ilo but the 2020 report cites the ilo and its laws in much greater detail.

Please check the attached documents. I have already written this assignment, but have been asked to resubmit it as it didn’t meet the passing criteria. Here is also comments that I received from my teacher:
Thanks for your submission. May I politely suggest you listen to my audio feedback, then read this written feedback, and you’ll see how the rubric criteria have worked out. You are allowed one reattempt, and that can only receive a maximum of 50% if it is successful.
You were asked to read the case study about Apple and its suppliers and in no more than 2,000 words answer these questions:
Compare and contrast the legal and ethical considerations of the Apple/Foxconn crisis. How were these reconciled?
RESULTS: Unfortunately this answer is rather too blunt for academic writing and needs more explanation. What we’re looking for is a more detailed explanation of how the relevant laws and treaties apply and have changed.
Do you think Apple is responsible for the alleged human rights violations? Why and how does the law apply?
RESULTS: Unfortunately this section lacks sufficient discussion of the relevant laws and treaties. Remember this is a unit called “legal frameworks”.
Is it reasonable for Apple to apply different ethical and legal standards in different countries?
RESULTS: This section includes several statements such as “companies must apply the same level of ethical and legal standards”, and “companies have a duty of care” … but this unit is intended to give you the information and skills to say *why* they must (what compels them) and *why* they have a duty of care (what happens if they don’t).
OVERALL RESULTS: It would have improved your assignment to have included some material from content readings such as Mugarura, N. (2017). “The interaction of public and private international law in regulation of markets”. International Journal Of Law & Management, 59(6), 1236-1256, which notes that “public and private international law encompass norms evolved by multilateral treaties, customs, judicial decisions, model laws and soft law instruments by different oversight bodies governing states and other stakeholders in their relationship with each other”. This would have prompted you to examine multilaterial treaties and judicial decisions in your assignment. These are designed to encourage a level playing field (https://www.oecd.org/trade/topics/levelling-the-playing-field/). You could also have gone an extra step and included content and references from Apple’s latest CSR statements which include references to ILO provisions, found here: https://www.apple.com/au/supplier-responsibility/ and here https://www.apple.com/au/supplier-responsibility/pdf/Apple_SR_2020_Progress_Report.pdf
If you look at the Apple supplier responsibility report for 2010 there is only glancing reference to the ILO but the 2020 report cites the ILO and its laws in much greater detail. Question is … what’s changed in the meantime and why? This would be argued by referring to what the ILO held then and what Apple adopted, then and now.
I have also included some notes on your text to consider for your next assignment. Spelling, grammar and presentation are very important … using headings to identify sections helps both you and us academics to follow your train of thought. Also, including a cover sheet with your name on it is very helpful … it introduces you to me before I read your assignment.

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For one reason that “section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973 is a national law that protects qualified individuals from discrimination based on their disability.

No, I do not agree with the ruling of this case. For one reason that “Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a national law that protects qualified individuals from discrimination based on their disability. The nondiscrimination requirements of the law apply to employers and organizations that receive financial assistance from any Federal department or agency, including the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). These organizations and employers include many hospitals, nursing homes, mental health centers and human service programs. Section 504 forbids organizations and employers from excluding or denying individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to receive program benefits and services. It defines the rights of individuals with disabilities to participate in, and have access to, program benefits and services.” In 2008 the ADA Amendments Act Sec. 4 which states that diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis, or hepatitis B, will be protected under the 504 Rehabilitation Act.
If it is shown that Arline could perform some other function in the school system besides teaching, and contact with others was not as prevalent as in the classroom, would you allow her to stay on? Discuss. I would consider the situation but not take it to the extreme that the school board did. First, I would make sure my employee is ok, then I would request that they take some time, so that they can get it under control. But always you want to put things in writing not to humiliate them but only to protect yourself from future lawsuits. They allow people with AIDS & HIV to work, so why denied someone with tuberculosis to work, they should afford the same opportunity. Do you think there is adequate protection of both the employee and the public in this case? What should the courts do to diminish discrimination against the disabled built upon myth and misconceptions? I do not think there is adequate protection for the public and the employees in this case. The court should arrange pass judgments that will be able to highlight the issue and taking drastic step by employers will be discouraged.

Get the Facts About Tuberculosis Disease [Pamphlet]. (2008). Rutgers, New Jersey: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Woods, R. (n.d.). Overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 [Letter to Employees of Georgia School System]. Georgia Department of Education, Atlanta, Georgia.
Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973. (2008). Retrieved September 26, 2022, from https://www.dol.gov/agencies/oasam/centers-offices/civil-rights-center/statutes/section-504-rehabilitation-act-of-1973

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If you need more pages let me know

Hi pls look at the files to complete this assignment as it is a big one. Originally this was suppose to be a mock trial but now I need to put it all in writing look below.
I need you to put in writing, all your submissions answering the questions and also what should have said orally, transcribed in writing, from both sides and the mediator side.
file 1 is an Mediation Script – Introducing a Mediation Session
file 2 is my rubric for the assignment. remember this was suppose to be a mock trial but now its just a writing assignment.
file 3 and 4 are the scenarios that need to completed with the questions
if you need more pages let me know

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Comm law 1st amend topic = trademark/copyright = trademark “famous marks” have a secondary level of protection in trademark law.

The ultimate objective is to write a narrowly focused research paper about a First Amendment Topic. THIS PAPER WILL BE THE PROPOSAL/PROSPECTUS which should be single-spaced/double-spaced between paragraphs, in 12-point Times New Roman or Cambria and in Microsoft Word format. A sample of the prospectus format and materials to be included is attached.
The research paper prospectus will cover the Topic noted above and below.
Comm Law 1st Amend Topic = Trademark/Copyright = Trademark “Famous marks” have a secondary level of protection in trademark law. Owners can sue to prevent dilution or blurring even where there is no confusion in the marketplace with regard to origination of the goods and services. How do courts determine “fame”?
Research must focus on primary sources, which are:
Court opinions from the reporter system.
Law journal and law review articles for opinions of legal experts.
Mass communication journals for opinions of media experts.
(Most websites are not primary sources.)
Sources that will be used for the research paper need to be listed at the end of the prospectus – see sample prospectus attached for reference.
(After this proposal/prospectus is approved, will need a 10-12 page research paper written based on the information gathered and presented.)

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Finally, and perhaps most importantly, discuss the judicial reasoning a.

Complete a 1-2 page summary of one civil case
1. First, describe and identify the key facts
b. In short the facts are what happened, who did what to whom.
c. Pay attention to: who the parties are, what is their dispute, what was the decision at the
trial court (the cases we read will come from courts of appeals), who made a mistake,
who committed a crime?
2. Next, identify the legal issue/question:
a. Why is the court considering the case? There is a legal question the court is trying to
answer: what is it? Are there legal principals at issue?
b. This should be put in the form of a question, with 1 question per legal issue. Often, there
will only be one core issue in a case.
3. Then, answer the question by describing the holding
a. The holding is the Court’s decision in the case. It is the answer to the legal question that
is posed by the parties.
4. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, discuss the judicial reasoning
a. The Court’s reasoning is its explanation of why the holding is appropriate. Often times

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The questions are exam questions based on the topic alternative dispute resolution

Hi there are questions that need to be answered that I placed in the file. The questions are exam questions based on the topic Alternative Dispute Resolution
if there has to be more pages added let me know thank you

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Using the case and the questions that follow as a jumping off point, please discuss the issues and ethical considerations presented in depth.

Using the case and the questions that follow as a jumping off point, please discuss the issues and ethical considerations presented in depth. Citations must be perfect with punctuation and spelling as well as format.
CASE 11.3
School Board of Nassau County v. Arline
480 U.S. 273 (1987)
Facts: Employee Arline, a teacher with tuberculosis, was terminated from her job. The employer argued that the termination was not because of Arline’s disease, but instead because of the threat that her relapses posed to the health of others since tuberculosis is contagious. The Court held for Arline.
Issue: Whether an employer violates The ADA by terminating a teacher from her job because she has a contagious disease.
Decision: Yes
Reasoning: Brennan, J.: We must consider whether Arline can be considered a handicapped individual. This impairment was serious enough to require hospitalization, a fact more than sufficient to establish that one or more of her major life activities were substantially limited by her impairment. Thus, Arline’s hospitalization for tuberculosis in 1957 suffices to establish that she has a “record of impairment” within the meaning of the regulations and is therefore a handicapped individual.
The Board maintains that Arline’s record of impairment is irrelevant in this case, since the School Board dismissed her not because of her diminished capabilities, but because of the threat that her relapses of tuberculosis posed to the health of others.
We do not agree that, in defining a handicapped individual, the contagious effects of a disease can be meaningfully distinguished from the disease’s physical effects on a claimant in a case such as this. Arline’s contagiousness and her physical impairment each resulted from the same underlying condition, tuberculosis. It would be unfair to allow an employer to seize upon the distinction between the effects of a disease on others and the effects of a disease on a patient and use that distinction to justify discriminatory treatment.
The fact that some persons who have contagious diseases may pose a serious health threat to others under certain circumstances does not justify excluding from the coverage of the Act all persons with actual or perceived contagious diseases. It would mean those accused of being contagious would never have the opportunity to have their condition evaluated in light of medical evidence and a determination made as to whether they were “otherwise qualified.” The fact that a person with a record of a physical impairment is also contagious does not suffice to remove that person from coverage under the law.
The remaining question is whether Arline is otherwise qualified for the job of elementary schoolteacher. The basic factors to be considered should include: findings of facts, based on reasonable medical judgment given the state of medical knowledge, about (a) the nature of the risk (how the disease is transmitted), (b) the duration of the risk (how long is the carrier infectious), (c) the severity of the risk (what is the potential to harm third parties), and (d) the probabilities the disease will be transmitted and will cause varying degrees of harm. The next step in the “otherwise qualified” inquiry is for the court to evaluate whether the employer could reasonably accommodate the employee under the established standards for that inquiry.
Because there were few factual findings by the district court, we are unable at this stage to resolve whether Arline is otherwise qualified for her job. We remand the case to the district court to determine whether Arline is otherwise qualified for her position. REMANDED.
CASE QUESTIONS
1. Do you agree with the Court’s decision? Why or why not? Would your answer change if the contagious disease was AIDS or HIV? Explain.
2. If it is shown that Arline could perform some other function in the school system besides teaching, and contact with others was not as prevalent as in the classroom, would you allow her to stay on? Discuss.
3. Do you think there is adequate protection of both the employee and the public in this case? What should the courts do to diminish discrimination against the disabled built upon myth and misconceptions?

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• the uploaded textbook, chapter six of the legal and ethical environment of business (textbook: lau and johnson), can pave the ground for legal terminology and a general understanding of the subject.

Governments enforce some promises but do not enforce most promises made between people. Do you think it is important for governments to enforce certain promises? What kinds of promises should be enforced?
• The uploaded textbook, Chapter Six of The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (textbook: Lau and Johnson), can pave the ground for legal terminology and a general understanding of the subject. Please feel free to use it as one of the credible sources, and for additional information, please do further research.

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• prepare an essay with an introduction, main body, and conclusion of at least 1,500 words citing information from the case as support for the paper’s positions.

Assignment Questions:
Research the American case of Sherwood v. Walker. This 19th-century case involving the sale of a cow is one of the most famous contract cases in American law. Give an outline of the facts in the case. What were the main legal issues involved? What approach did the court take in addressing the legal issue? How did the court apply its approach to the facts of the case? Provide a detailed example of how the court’s conclusion might be applied in a modern business setting.
Paper Requirement:
• Prepare an essay with an introduction, main body, and conclusion of at least 1,500 words citing information from the case as support for the paper’s positions.
• The paper should be in 12-point font, Times New Roman.
• Include bold headers before paragraphs that introduce new topics.
• Include a list of any outside sources used in APA format.
• Please use credible sources, and do not use Wikipedia or Blogs as sources.
• The uploaded textbook, Chapter Six of The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (textbook: Lau and Johnson), can pave the ground for legal terminology and a general understanding of the subject. Please feel free to use it as one of the credible sources, and for additional information, please do further research.

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Using westlaw or lirn library, find the case wilson foods corp. v. united food & commer.

Using Westlaw or LIRN library, find the case Wilson Foods Corp. v. United Food & Commer. Workers Intl. Union, Local Union No. 7, 1985 U.S. Dist. Lexis 23264
In a 3-5 page paper written in APA format,
Explain the facts of the case
Identify the legal issues relating to mediator misconduct
Explain the court’s rationale for their ruling, and
Explain whether you agree or disagree with the result
The final two sections should be the core of your submission and include analysis along with at least two scholarly sources to justify your agreement or disagreement with the result. Use 12-point font.
The title page and reference page are not counted in the 3-5 page requirement.