Briefing Paper 1: Critical Legal Thinking
•Read Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States Cheeseman text page 91.
•Read the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
•Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions whether the federal government has a right to interfere with your business, and if so, under what conditions..
Briefing Paper 2: Law Case with Answers
•Read Brown, Governor of California v. Entertainment Merchants Association – Cheeseman text page 94-95.
•Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions as articulated in the Critical Legal Thinking, Ethics, and Contemporary Business – argue both sides of all three issues..
Briefing Paper 3: Critical Legal Thinking Cases
•Read sections 5.4 Separation of Powers (p. 105); 6.5 Merchant Protection Statute (p. 127); 7.6 Administrative Speech (p. 153); 8.7 Generic Name (p. 178) and 6.1 Negligence (p. 126).
•Check the decisions of the highest appellate courts for each fact pattern..
•Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions on whether each of the four subjects affect business in the United States and if so, provide the worst and best case scenarios..
Briefing Paper 4: Ethics Case
•Read Section 8.9 Ethics – Cheeseman text page 178.
•Brief the facts of the case and assume your boss is seeking your opinions on the 3 questions found at the end of Section. Argue both sides of all issues..
Business Law Name: Institution: Course: Date: Business Law The Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States, is land mark case. The congress has renounced discrimination within the public accommodation spaces in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The heart of Atlanta motel which had 216 rooms available for client on transit along the interstate, had a history of renting rooms to white guests alone, discriminating against the African Americans (Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States, n.d.). The motel would use national travel media among others to solicit business from outside the state of Georgia and 70% of