Hi again,I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.

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I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.

Hi again,I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.
Project 1   Purpose The purpose of this project is to create a plan that demonstrates your understanding of tort law.   This project requires you to identify and analyze legal issues and to make recommendations based on one or more fact patterns. The issues will relate to the concepts covered in weeks 1, 2, and 3 about the legal environment of business and business organizations.  You will also develop skills in developing a PowerPoint presentation, in writing a summary report and using critical thinking to write an in-depth comprehensive analysis.  Outcomes Met by Completing this Assignment: recommend appropriate actions in the business environment based on an understanding of sources of law, legal process and procedure, and available remedies analyze tort rights, obligations, liabilities, and remedies in the business environment Read the Following Background Information:  PI plans to headquarter the business in commercial space in a local shopping center. The PI headquarters will include private business offices, a reception area, and a conference meeting and planning space to which potential and existing customers will be invited to discuss proposals for painting jobs, paint products, and to complete contracts for painting jobs.  The business space will be open to the public to collect information and inquire about PI services, examine paint displays, and view photos and exhibits from ongoing and past painting jobs.  The shopping center in which PI will be headquartered is busy and heavily trafficked with customers every day.  The PI owners are concerned about potential accidents on the store property and other liabilities that could arise with customers and employees.    At the direction of your supervisors at BC, you are tasked to develop a plan to identify and minimize potential tort risks that PI faces in its public retail store operations.   PI owners will use the plan to refine policies and procedures to prevent and/or minimize liabilities for PI in the retail facility. Instructions For this project, you will write a plan to be presented in a PowerPoint presentation.  There is no set number of slides but include a title page and a reference page.  Use the note section to discuss, explain and support the ideas and conclusions presented in the presentation.  The notes must be complete, clear and comprehensive and submitted with the Power Point in order to receive full credit.  The plan focuses on potential tort liabilities (except product liability, which you will include in a separate plan).  The Power Point presentation will:  A.  identify and describe specific tort liabilities that PI could face in its retail store operations; B.  develop and explain policies and/or procedures PI could implement to prevent or minimize these tort risks; C.  evaluate and discuss how PI owners should orient employees to apply these policies and/or procedures to prevent or minimize identified tort risks.  You should use only assigned resources available in the classroom for the project. **To tutor: I can only use course materials, not outside sources. Below are the references I need to use for this Project 1: https://www.saylor.org/site/textbooks/The%20Legal%20and%20Ethical%20Environment%20of%20Business.pdf https://www.saylor.org/site/textbooks/Advanced%20Business%20Law%20and%20the%20Legal%20Environment.pdf https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_advanced-business-law-and-the-legal-environment/s10-introduction-to-tort-law.html https://learn.umuc.edu/content/enforced/267811-001041-01-2182-OL1-6383/Torts.pdf?_&d2lSessionVal=n0MLgf7mDofZRWdDCByR3LbTU&ou=263653 http://injury.findlaw.com/accident-injury-law/elements-of-a-negligence-case.html https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/what-premises-liability.html https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_law-for-entrepreneurs/s20-products-liability https://advance.lexis.com/container?config=00JAA1NTM5MzBmZC02MTg2LTQzNmEtYmI5Yy0yZWEwYzA1OGEwNTYKAFBvZENhdGFsb2fdgr2eooaZj7MpSZGOIwWq&crid=2a8ea40f-1b29-4e4a-97c0-de37a4f2f8c8&prid=37ada3e5-2271-47da-a21e-43eab35ca74a https://mdcourts.gov/courts/about  Use in-text citations (IMPORTANT), as needed.  Include a References list of cited resources.  Label each part of the Power Point as follows:  A.  Potential Tort Liabilities  B.  Policies and Procedures to Minimize Tort Risks C.  Employee Orientation Review the Plan   Thoroughly read the presentation to ensure all required elements are present.  Use the grading rubric to ensure that you gain the most points possible for this assignment.    Rubric Criteria Outstanding Superior Good Substandard Failure Critical Thinking/Reasoning 7 points Comments reflect a highly accomplished level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in accurate, thorough, and soundly reasoned conclusions. 5.95 points Comments reflect an excellent level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in accurately reasoned conclusions. 5.25 points Comments reflect a satisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in partially correct conclusions that lack development or detail that demonstrates insight into reasoning. 4.55 points Comments reflect an unsatisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts, resulting in conclusions that are underdeveloped or lack soundly reasoned conclusions. 3.85 points Comments reflect an unsatisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts, resulting in failure to draw little to no conclusions. Application of Resources 7 points Presents exceptionally well-supported arguments or positions with evidence from the readings/experience; ideas go beyond the course material and recognize implications and extensions of the material and concepts. 5.95 points Presents excellent arguments or positions that are mostly supported by evidence from the readings and course content; ideas presented demonstrate understanding of the material and concepts. 5.25 points Satisfactory arguments or positions are presented but there is a mix of opinion or unclear view with supported arguments using course readings.  Case study facts are occasionally used but arguments would be much stronger with use of facts. 4.55 points Arguments are frequently illogical and unsubstantiated; Limited use of facts in case study and essential information presented in course readings. 3.85 points Arguments lack meaningful explanation or support of ideas.  Does not provide facts presented in case study. Attention to Instructions 3 points Demonstrates exceptional understanding of requirements responding completely to each aspect of assignment including minor aspects of the assignment such as using third person writing, required use of course readings, and assignment format. 2.55 points Demonstrates excellent understanding of requirements; missed one minor aspect of assignment. 2.25 points Demonstrates satisfactory understanding of requirements; missed a key element or two minor aspects of assignment. 1.95 points Fails to show a firm understanding of requirements; missed two key elements or several minor aspects of assignment. 1.65 points Fails to demonstrate understanding of assignment requirements. Writing Mechanics 2 points Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of written English, including but not limited to capitalization, punctuation, run-on sentences, missing or extra words, stylistic errors, spelling and grammatical errors. No errors found. No contractions or jargon used. 1.7 points Excellently adheres to standard usage of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. One to three errors found. 1.5 points Satisfactorily adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Four to 10 errors found. 1.3 points Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. More than 10 errors found. 1.1 points Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English largely incomprehensible; or errors are too plentiful to count. Adherence to APA style (6th ed.) 1 point No APA style or usage errors; Proper citation of source material is used throughout paper; Reference titles follow APA with only the first word, the first word after a colon and proper nouns capitalized. 0.85 points Attempts in-text citations and reference list but one or two APA style errors noted or fails to use APA citations when appropriate 1-2 times. 0.75 points Attempts in-text citations and reference lists; APA style errors are noted throughout document; Fails to use APA citations when appropriate 3 times in document. 0.65 points Attempts in-text citations and reference lists; Fails to use APA citation when appropriate 4-5 times; or presents only 1-2 in-text citations and reference list in a paper that requires APA citations throughout the document. 0.55 points No attempt at APA style; or attempts either in-text citations or reference list but omits the other. Overall Score Outstanding18 or more Superior16 or more Good14 or more Substandard12 or more Failure0 or more
Hi again,I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.
Background:  Business Consultants Associates (BCA) After graduating with a B.S. in Management, you have been working for BCA for almost two years as an assistant consultant for Pat Braden and Gale Roth, senior consultants who jointly direct the construction services consulting department for BCA.     Pat and Gale have assigned you to assist them in advising their new client, a start-up residential painting company named Painted Images. Background:  Painted Images (PI) Jo, Maddy, and Taylor are friends, business acquaintances, and residents of Maryland.  Jo has been the project manager for twelve years for a construction company owned by a general contractor and developer.  Maddy and Taylor have owned and operated a small, successful home rehab and “flipping” business for ten years. After considering several business ventures, the group decided that a residential painting business would be a good fit for their professional experiences, skills and interests and agreed to pursue the possibility of launching a Maryland-based painting business named Painted Images. The three hired a market analyst to research market trends and demands for the painting services industry and confirm whether Painted Images would likely be a viable business in their community. The market analysis showed there is an increased demand for homes services businesses in the region.   Consequently, the group decided to move forward with their idea to establish PI. The group is committed to operating and marketing PI as a green business. Most paint contains high VOC (volatile organic compounds) that pollute the air, particularly indoor air.  According to the Environmental Protection Agency, VOCs are considered one of the top five  hazards to human health, arising primarily from interior paints and finishes.  New environmental regulations and manufacturing techniques have led to the development of low-VOC and zero-VOC paints that are durable, cost-effective and less harmful to human and environmental health. Jo, Maddy, and Taylor plan to purchase all paint and other supplies from Naturals, Inc. (Naturals), a mid-sized manufacturer of zero-VOC paint and chemical free paint supplies. The potential owners of PI are familiar with Naturals as each has purchased from Nautrals for their respective current businesses.  PI plans to resell certain Naturals products to PI clients directly for painting jobs, and via internet sales. PI will be headquartered in a business space in a local shopping center. The PI headquarters will include private business offices, a reception area, and conference meeting and planning space to which potential and existing customers will be invited to discuss proposals for painting jobs, paint products, and to complete contracts for painting jobs.  The business space will be open to the public to collect information and inquire about PI services, examine paint displays, and view photos and exhibits from ongoing and past painting jobs. The potential PI owners recently attended a start up business seminar sponsored by the local chapter of the Small Business Administration.  Following the seminar, the owners held several meetings to define the nature and scope of the work to be done to prepare a clear plan for the start-up business.  They realized this process requires time, thoughtful analysis, and clear guidelines as the owners have somewhat different priorities, interests and expectations. They also recognized that they need for professional business consultants, such as BCA, to guide their start-up for PI.    Consequently, the three have hired BCA to advise and guide them through the start-up process for PI.
Hi again,I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.
Project 1   Purpose The purpose of this project is to create a plan that demonstrates your understanding of tort law.   This project requires you to identify and analyze legal issues and to make recommendations based on one or more fact patterns. The issues will relate to the concepts covered in weeks 1, 2, and 3 about the legal environment of business and business organizations.  You will also develop skills in developing a PowerPoint presentation, in writing a summary report and using critical thinking to write an in-depth comprehensive analysis.  Outcomes Met by Completing this Assignment: recommend appropriate actions in the business environment based on an understanding of sources of law, legal process and procedure, and available remedies analyze tort rights, obligations, liabilities, and remedies in the business environment Read the Following Background Information:  PI plans to headquarter the business in commercial space in a local shopping center. The PI headquarters will include private business offices, a reception area, and a conference meeting and planning space to which potential and existing customers will be invited to discuss proposals for painting jobs, paint products, and to complete contracts for painting jobs.  The business space will be open to the public to collect information and inquire about PI services, examine paint displays, and view photos and exhibits from ongoing and past painting jobs.  The shopping center in which PI will be headquartered is busy and heavily trafficked with customers every day.  The PI owners are concerned about potential accidents on the store property and other liabilities that could arise with customers and employees.    At the direction of your supervisors at BC, you are tasked to develop a plan to identify and minimize potential tort risks that PI faces in its public retail store operations.   PI owners will use the plan to refine policies and procedures to prevent and/or minimize liabilities for PI in the retail facility. Instructions For this project, you will write a plan to be presented in a PowerPoint presentation.  There is no set number of slides but include a title page and a reference page.  Use the note section to discuss, explain and support the ideas and conclusions presented in the presentation.  The notes must be complete, clear and comprehensive and submitted with the Power Point in order to receive full credit.  The plan focuses on potential tort liabilities (except product liability, which you will include in a separate plan).  The Power Point presentation will:  A.  identify and describe specific tort liabilities that PI could face in its retail store operations; B.  develop and explain policies and/or procedures PI could implement to prevent or minimize these tort risks; C.  evaluate and discuss how PI owners should orient employees to apply these policies and/or procedures to prevent or minimize identified tort risks.  You should use only assigned resources available in the classroom for the project. **To tutor: I can only use course materials, not outside sources. Below are the references I need to use for this Project 1: https://www.saylor.org/site/textbooks/The%20Legal%20and%20Ethical%20Environment%20of%20Business.pdf https://www.saylor.org/site/textbooks/Advanced%20Business%20Law%20and%20the%20Legal%20Environment.pdf https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_advanced-business-law-and-the-legal-environment/s10-introduction-to-tort-law.html https://learn.umuc.edu/content/enforced/267811-001041-01-2182-OL1-6383/Torts.pdf?_&d2lSessionVal=n0MLgf7mDofZRWdDCByR3LbTU&ou=263653 http://injury.findlaw.com/accident-injury-law/elements-of-a-negligence-case.html https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/what-premises-liability.html https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_law-for-entrepreneurs/s20-products-liability https://advance.lexis.com/container?config=00JAA1NTM5MzBmZC02MTg2LTQzNmEtYmI5Yy0yZWEwYzA1OGEwNTYKAFBvZENhdGFsb2fdgr2eooaZj7MpSZGOIwWq&crid=2a8ea40f-1b29-4e4a-97c0-de37a4f2f8c8&prid=37ada3e5-2271-47da-a21e-43eab35ca74a https://mdcourts.gov/courts/about  Use in-text citations (IMPORTANT), as needed.  Include a References list of cited resources.  Label each part of the Power Point as follows:  A.  Potential Tort Liabilities  B.  Policies and Procedures to Minimize Tort Risks C.  Employee Orientation Review the Plan   Thoroughly read the presentation to ensure all required elements are present.  Use the grading rubric to ensure that you gain the most points possible for this assignment.    Rubric Criteria Outstanding Superior Good Substandard Failure Critical Thinking/Reasoning 7 points Comments reflect a highly accomplished level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in accurate, thorough, and soundly reasoned conclusions. 5.95 points Comments reflect an excellent level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in accurately reasoned conclusions. 5.25 points Comments reflect a satisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts resulting in partially correct conclusions that lack development or detail that demonstrates insight into reasoning. 4.55 points Comments reflect an unsatisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts, resulting in conclusions that are underdeveloped or lack soundly reasoned conclusions. 3.85 points Comments reflect an unsatisfactory level of analysis, synthesis, evaluation and reasoning of the case material and case study facts, resulting in failure to draw little to no conclusions. Application of Resources 7 points Presents exceptionally well-supported arguments or positions with evidence from the readings/experience; ideas go beyond the course material and recognize implications and extensions of the material and concepts. 5.95 points Presents excellent arguments or positions that are mostly supported by evidence from the readings and course content; ideas presented demonstrate understanding of the material and concepts. 5.25 points Satisfactory arguments or positions are presented but there is a mix of opinion or unclear view with supported arguments using course readings.  Case study facts are occasionally used but arguments would be much stronger with use of facts. 4.55 points Arguments are frequently illogical and unsubstantiated; Limited use of facts in case study and essential information presented in course readings. 3.85 points Arguments lack meaningful explanation or support of ideas.  Does not provide facts presented in case study. Attention to Instructions 3 points Demonstrates exceptional understanding of requirements responding completely to each aspect of assignment including minor aspects of the assignment such as using third person writing, required use of course readings, and assignment format. 2.55 points Demonstrates excellent understanding of requirements; missed one minor aspect of assignment. 2.25 points Demonstrates satisfactory understanding of requirements; missed a key element or two minor aspects of assignment. 1.95 points Fails to show a firm understanding of requirements; missed two key elements or several minor aspects of assignment. 1.65 points Fails to demonstrate understanding of assignment requirements. Writing Mechanics 2 points Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of written English, including but not limited to capitalization, punctuation, run-on sentences, missing or extra words, stylistic errors, spelling and grammatical errors. No errors found. No contractions or jargon used. 1.7 points Excellently adheres to standard usage of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. One to three errors found. 1.5 points Satisfactorily adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Four to 10 errors found. 1.3 points Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. More than 10 errors found. 1.1 points Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English largely incomprehensible; or errors are too plentiful to count. Adherence to APA style (6th ed.) 1 point No APA style or usage errors; Proper citation of source material is used throughout paper; Reference titles follow APA with only the first word, the first word after a colon and proper nouns capitalized. 0.85 points Attempts in-text citations and reference list but one or two APA style errors noted or fails to use APA citations when appropriate 1-2 times. 0.75 points Attempts in-text citations and reference lists; APA style errors are noted throughout document; Fails to use APA citations when appropriate 3 times in document. 0.65 points Attempts in-text citations and reference lists; Fails to use APA citation when appropriate 4-5 times; or presents only 1-2 in-text citations and reference list in a paper that requires APA citations throughout the document. 0.55 points No attempt at APA style; or attempts either in-text citations or reference list but omits the other. Overall Score Outstanding18 or more Superior16 or more Good14 or more Substandard12 or more Failure0 or more
Hi again,I need a help with my project (business law I). You already helped me with my other assignment which is related to my project 1 so I thought it would be better you do this again for me.
Background:  Business Consultants Associates (BCA) After graduating with a B.S. in Management, you have been working for BCA for almost two years as an assistant consultant for Pat Braden and Gale Roth, senior consultants who jointly direct the construction services consulting department for BCA.     Pat and Gale have assigned you to assist them in advising their new client, a start-up residential painting company named Painted Images. Background:  Painted Images (PI) Jo, Maddy, and Taylor are friends, business acquaintances, and residents of Maryland.  Jo has been the project manager for twelve years for a construction company owned by a general contractor and developer.  Maddy and Taylor have owned and operated a small, successful home rehab and “flipping” business for ten years. After considering several business ventures, the group decided that a residential painting business would be a good fit for their professional experiences, skills and interests and agreed to pursue the possibility of launching a Maryland-based painting business named Painted Images. The three hired a market analyst to research market trends and demands for the painting services industry and confirm whether Painted Images would likely be a viable business in their community. The market analysis showed there is an increased demand for homes services businesses in the region.   Consequently, the group decided to move forward with their idea to establish PI. The group is committed to operating and marketing PI as a green business. Most paint contains high VOC (volatile organic compounds) that pollute the air, particularly indoor air.  According to the Environmental Protection Agency, VOCs are considered one of the top five  hazards to human health, arising primarily from interior paints and finishes.  New environmental regulations and manufacturing techniques have led to the development of low-VOC and zero-VOC paints that are durable, cost-effective and less harmful to human and environmental health. Jo, Maddy, and Taylor plan to purchase all paint and other supplies from Naturals, Inc. (Naturals), a mid-sized manufacturer of zero-VOC paint and chemical free paint supplies. The potential owners of PI are familiar with Naturals as each has purchased from Nautrals for their respective current businesses.  PI plans to resell certain Naturals products to PI clients directly for painting jobs, and via internet sales. PI will be headquartered in a business space in a local shopping center. The PI headquarters will include private business offices, a reception area, and conference meeting and planning space to which potential and existing customers will be invited to discuss proposals for painting jobs, paint products, and to complete contracts for painting jobs.  The business space will be open to the public to collect information and inquire about PI services, examine paint displays, and view photos and exhibits from ongoing and past painting jobs. The potential PI owners recently attended a start up business seminar sponsored by the local chapter of the Small Business Administration.  Following the seminar, the owners held several meetings to define the nature and scope of the work to be done to prepare a clear plan for the start-up business.  They realized this process requires time, thoughtful analysis, and clear guidelines as the owners have somewhat different priorities, interests and expectations. They also recognized that they need for professional business consultants, such as BCA, to guide their start-up for PI.    Consequently, the three have hired BCA to advise and guide them through the start-up process for PI.

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