Law & Ethics Research/Analysis
Summarizes applicable research into federal and Virginia law concerning possible causes of action of Sally Snapshot against various third parties, and analyzes the ethical aspects of her position. Concludes that Sally Snapshot does not have copyright protection but does have two types of tort protection in Virginia as well as ethical claims.
Compares the tax & legal advantages of 3 forms of organization for business companies. LLC (limited legal liability), LLP (limited liability partnership, & traditional S corporations. Examines changes in business law. Partnership laws. Small business. Bibliography includes laws, codes, regulations, statutes. Business law & law review articles.
Apple, Inc. is an umbrella covering two very different business entities. The Macintosh computer is stronger than ever. The iPod/iTunes combination is widely but precariously successful.
Analysis of the competative position of the Internet retailer of designer fashion brands at discounted prices. Sales policy. Upscale merchandise and competative strategy as an outlet for factory seconds, rejects & closeouts. Company database & need for improvement to site , megators & keywords. Recommendations for changes. 1 Table.
Discusses the functions and roles of political parties in the United States. Their value in helping to fund elections and focus on electoral campaigns. Their role in developing political and social agendas.
Origins & evolution, third-party candidates, local & grassroots movements, shifting party loyalties & schisms.
Ethics, principles & code of conduct of Amer. Psychological Association. Confidentiality, integrity, relationship with client.
The Reform Party
This paper looks at the history of the Reform Party from its founding in 1996 by Ross Perot, to its falling apart in 2000. Its temporary takeover by Pat Buchanan, and finally Ralph Nader in 2004. It gives the Reform Party philosophy and methodology.
Basic Accounting Principles
This paper focuses on some basic accounting priniciples. It also discusses the relationship of the SEC, FASB, and PCAOB.