A case brief contains a short summary of the facts (one or two paragraphs), a simple statement of the issue before the court (often phrased as a question), the decision of the court (answering the question), and a summary of the court’s reasoning for its decision.
Please use the following four headings in the brief: facts, issue, decision, and reasoning.[supanova_question]
The instructions are to form this outline into essay form. (THIS
The instructions are to form this outline into essay form.
(THIS ESSAY MUST BE 1,000 WORDS) but since the outline already does that for you, I feel that the 550-word extension is reasonable.
(KEEP ALL THE INFO THE SAME FROM THE OUTLINE!)
ONLY PART 1 IS NEEDED (Described in the instructions, over 1000 words part)
It must accommodate an intro paragraph (THAT IS ALL I NEED!!!) and a detailed explanation from the outline provided.
IF I MUST CHANGE THIS TO A WRITING ASSIGNMENT I CAN!!! I know this is a quick adjustment, but I feel with the outline this can be done quickly.
I feel very screwed from this process and the last writer I was given totally messed this part up:((( I should have stuck with you.[supanova_question]
Review the following job descriiptions and advise the employer whether any Essay
Law Assignment Help Review the following job descriiptions and advise the employer whether any of the jobs are exempt under the FLSA. Assume all the jobs are paid on a salary basis and meet the threshold for being considered exempt. Be sure to explain your answer using the duties test for each of the four possibly applicable exemptions (executive, administrative, learned professional, computer service) recognized by the DOL which may apply to each of the jobs.
i have already written the first one, you can use see how I did, and analyze and evaluate the second one.[supanova_question]
Address the post of a peer; your address should add to
Address the post of a peer; your address should add to the peer’s post and not just affirm; think of ways to enrich the peer’s ideas with reference to the readings, or to make parallels with a case/situation you know or read about in the higher education media, or to question the peer’s ideas as some examples.
No less than 350 and no more than 500 words. Not including references.
If you going to cite examples of different controversies on campus avoid the Milo Yipponious one from UC Berkley.[supanova_question]