PowerPoint explaining a case cited in the book business law ninth edition ibsn 13 978-0-13-400477-8 by henry cheese man
Powerpoint presentation for a business law course.
PowerPoint presentations submit a PowerPoint explaining a case cited in the book business law ninth edition ibsn 13 978-0-13-400477-8 by henry cheese man. The presentation will be between 5 and 8 slides. You can use text or pictures so be creative in expressing yourself. You will be assessed on your ability to accurately convey the facts, issue, rules, analysis, and conclusion of the case. I am not concerned about what case is used. Walmart is a big case that is in the book fyi and their treatment of their employees. A civil act the movie based on a true story was also a case that was in the book that could also be used in the PowerPoint.
Please be advised that the cases are summaries and you will need to do a little research to have a more comprehensive understanding of the case.
A good reference would be a youtube video on “preparing a brief”.
How to organize your powerpoint would be
FACTS: Tell me what happened in the case. Who filed the lawsuit and who was the defendant.
ISSUE: What was the question that the Court had to decide? ( an example in a criminal case might be whether the police had violated the defendants 4th amendment rights by conducting an illegal search) A Civil case might include whether the defendant breached the contract.
RULES: This is the authority that the Court relied on when making its decision. Often this is other cases before, or statutes or the Constitution
ANALYSIS: This refers to the Courts rationale and why it decided what it did.( Maybe there was a lack of jurisdiction because the company did not do business in that state.
CONCLUSION: What was the Courts decision. Caselaw is an appeal from a lower court so the higher court would affirm, reverse or remand. You will have to explain what the lower court found so that I would know what was reversed or affirmed.
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