You are a prison counselor and have a good relationship with the other counselors. You all go out drinking after work sometimes, and in general you like and respect everyone. Recently you’ve noticed that something seems to be going on with one of the other counselors. Stella is usually outgoing and cheerful, but lately she seems distracted and upset. You see her in the parking lot one evening and ask her what is wrong. She confides to you that she is in love with an inmate. She knows it is wrong, but she says that they had an instant chemistry and that he is like no man she has ever known. She has been slipping him love notes, and he has also been writing her. You tell her that she has to stop it or else quit her job. She tearfully tells you that she can’t let him go, she needs her job, and you’ve got to keep quiet or you’ll get her fired. What would you do?”
Thomas v. Archer Opinion Analysis “Write a 1,000-1,250 word paper analyzing the 2016 Alaska Supreme Court case, Thomas v. Archer. Include the following in your analysis:
Did Dr. Archer breach her fiduciary duty to the Thomases?
Did the promise create an enforceable contract?
Should the promise be enforced through the doctrine of promissory estoppel?
What others issues from an administrative or legal perspective be considered here?
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.”
Contracts and Sales: Performance, Remedies, and Collection “Reflect on the assigned readings for the week. Identify what you thought was the most important concept(s), method(s), term(s), and/or any other thing that you felt was worthy of your understanding.
Also, provide a graduate-level response to each of the following questions:
Discuss the various defenses in contract formation, stating what is required to establish each individual defense, and providing examples of when the defense may be found valid.
Sly Salesperson sells cars. While selling a car, Sly Salesperson tells the potential buyer that “this is the best car around. It’s a great car and sips gas.” The car has an average fuel rating. Has Sly Salesperson committed a misrepresentation? Fraud? Why or why not? Does the analysis change if Sly Salesperson says the car get 40 miles per gallon, but in fact the car only gets 30 miles per gallon?