LEGL710 Ethical/Legal Framework 21st Century
Week 3: Assignment to Third Parties; Remedies Following Breach of Contract; and Requirements and Warranty Provisions in a Sales Contract
Assignment: Blog #1
Weekly Learning Objectives: • Learner will evaluate how contracts are assigned to third parties. • Learner will explain the remedies following a breach of contract.
Using the Blog Rubric listed below for the specific grading criteria, complete the following: Read through the excerpts from the decision of the Michigan Court of Appeals in Able Demolition v. City of Pontiac. After reading and thinking about the Court's decision, answer the following questions: • In your opinion, was the result reached by the courts "fair" in this case? Would you have ruled the same way as the trial judge and the appellate courts in this case? Why or why not? Explain your answers thoroughly. • How do you think Able got itself in this mess? Do you think it just ignored the requirements of the contract, or was something else at play? If you think something other than ignorance must have been involved, what was it? 1. Create a blog by using the LEGL710 - Weeks 3, 5 & 7 Blog Assignment document. 2. Post your entry to the blog you created that addresses the information above. 3. In the Blackboard Discussion Boards>Week 3: Blog #1, create a thread titled with your first and last name, and post the link to your blog by Day 3. 4. Select a blog of one of your peers to review. Post your response to the Discussion Board thread (not the actual blog) by Day 7.
Support your thoughts using a minimum of two academic, peer-reviewed sources (outside the textbook). Websites such as Wikipedia, LegalZoom, LegalMatch, Nolo, etc. do NOT count as academic sources. A good place to start is the Davenport University Library. Substantial blog entries should contain at least 1200 words. Peer response blog comments should contain at least 350 words. Blog Rubric Original blog entry due by Day 3, 11:59pm ET. Blog peer response due by Day 7, 11:59pm ET. Submit the link to your blog post to the Discussion Boards via the left-hand menu.
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