write the 6th case from this book:

 

 

write the 6th case from this book: Barnes, A. J., Dworkin, T. M., & Richards, E. L. (2014). Law for Business 12th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. for Business
Law .
View in a new windowThis is the first IRAC analysis you will complete. You are assigned a case from the book. The page number of the case you are to analyze follows
your name on the attached list. You are to write an IRAC analysis in the format that we discussed in class. It is preferred that your response be uploaded. Please be
succinct in your response. Be careful not to make errors using anagrams or homophones.
DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER. YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO DO TWO PEER REVIEWS.THE PEER REVIEWS ARE TO BE ANONYMOUS. If comments are called for only make substantive
comments. (good job, bad job is not a substantive comment)
Note the example provided.
EXAMPLE OF STUDENT IRAC ANALYSIS.pdfPreview the documentView in a new window
IF YOU LEAVE OUT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS, YOU WILL LOOSE AT LEAST 1/5 OF THE TOTAL POINTS FOR EACH MISSING SECTION
I-Issue (Always state this as a question) i.e. Should. . . ?
R-Rule
A-Analysis
C-Conclusion
W-What I learned
View in a new window

 

To turn in assignment, click Submit Assignment on right. Click here for helpLinks to an external site..
See Calendar above for due dates. Be sure that this course is selected in the side menu.

View in a new windowThis is the first IRAC analysis you will complete. You are assigned a case from the book. The page number of the case you are to analyze follows
your name on the attached list. You are to write an IRAC analysis in the format that we discussed in class. It is preferred that your response be uploaded. Please be
succinct in your response. Be careful not to make errors using anagrams or homophones.
DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR PAPER. YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO DO TWO PEER REVIEWS.THE PEER REVIEWS ARE TO BE ANONYMOUS. If comments are called for only make substantive
comments. (good job, bad job is not a substantive comment)
Note the example provided.
EXAMPLE OF STUDENT IRAC ANALYSIS.pdfPreview the documentView in a new window
IF YOU LEAVE OUT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS, YOU WILL LOOSE AT LEAST 1/5 OF THE TOTAL POINTS FOR EACH MISSING SECTION
I-Issue (Always state this as a question) i.e. Should. . . ?
R-Rule
A-Analysis
C-Conclusion
W-What I learned
View in a new window

 

To turn in assignment, click Submit Assignment on right. Click here for helpLinks to an external site..
See Calendar above for due dates. Be sure that this course is selected in the side menu.

 

 

RubricCritical Thinking RubricCritical Thinking RubricCriteria Ratings PtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDESCRIPTION OF SITUATION This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can clearly describe the situation and/or identify the problemExceeds Expectations3.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can select which of the given information can be used as factual evidence to analyze the situationExceeds Expectations3.0 pts
3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can differentiate between fact and opinion or can determine which of the given information is extraneous, based
too much on “feelings” or opinion, or is too distorted to use without further explorationExceeds Expectations3.0 pts
3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome……INFORMATION EXPLORATION AND EXPLANATION…..
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can locate and/or reference concepts, theories, models, frameworks, formulae, rules, and/or standards for
analyzing the situationExceeds Expectations3.0 pts
3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent considers alternate concepts, theories, models, frameworks, formulae, rules, and/or standards which may also be
applied to analyze the situationExceeds Expectations3.0 pts
3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can accurately explain, in his/her own words, relevant concepts, theories, models, frameworks, formulae, rules,
and/or standards which may be applied to analyze the situationExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome……………………ANALYSIS…………………………0.0 pts0.0 pts0.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can apply the selected concepts, theories, models, frameworks, formula, rules, standards to analyze the specific
situationExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent defines meaningful alternatives if necessaryExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent evaluates alternatives and makes a recommendation or can clearly state a conclusionExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome…………………………..LIMITATIONS………………………….0.0 pts0.0 pts0.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can clearly identify assumptionsExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can clearly identify limitations of the applied concepts, theories, models, frameworks, formulae, rules, and/or
standardsExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeStudent can clearly identify limitations of the conclusion/recommendationExceeds Expectations3.0 ptsMeets Expectations2.0 ptsMarginally Meets Expectations1.0 ptsDoes Not Meet Expectations0.0 pts3.0 ptsTotal Points: 36.0