The first section of the clause would not be enforceable. As seen in a similar case, Clark’s Sales and Service, Inc. v. Smith, the geographic area restricted and the scope of activities are unreasonable. Limiting the employee from doing similar activities in any state Wonder Widgets conducted business is too broad and could severely restrict the employee from finding a job (Mallor 441). The two year time frame, used in both the first and second sections of the Wonder Widget non-compete clause, was found to be reasonable in the case against Smith. However, that does not mean two years is always reasonable and the Virginia courts may determine that two years in this case is also unreasonable.
Natalie Martinez English 10-35 September 30, 2016 In the article “How American Family Life Is Different” by Andrew Cherlin, a professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University states that people tend to believe that a nation should be “consistent” and “unified.” However, he also states that culture is inconsistent where people can choose between how they would like to see and view life specifically towards how Americans deal with the cultural model of marriage and the cultural model of individualism (Miller-Cochran, Susan, Roy Stamper, and Stacey Cochran. An Insider 's Guide to Academic Writing: A Rhetoric and Reader.) .
The website says that “Generally, it is not appropriate for parents to bring their young children with them to R-rated motion pictures”. How exactly do they determine what is 'appropriate' for you? If a movie receives an NC-17 rating, movie theaters will not allow anyone under 18 to see it, even with an adult. What makes NC-17 so terrible? The MPAA says that NC-17 rated films contain “element[s] that most parents would consider too strong and therefore off-limits for viewing by their children”.
America a place where people could feel safe and now that we are the most powerful nation we are able to feel safe. The only way to keep our safeness is to elect very strong Presidents. Some of the strong presidents might not be able to run because of the “natural born law”. This law does not allow immigrants who are now American citizens to run for president. Even though Immigrants have all of the other requirements to become president they are not allowed to run.
Their reasonable side of the argument is that if at 18 young adults can decide to enroll in the military, risking their lives, then why can they not drink legally. However, the military accepts 18 year olds because they are the most suitable candidates. They are successful candidates because they are at their best health physically and mentally. This being said they do not select 18 year olds because they are at their smartest or the most reliable and reasonable.
Not guns. This is because the majority of gun owners claim that they obtained the firearm for the protection of their families and themselves. One does not require a gun to feel protected if they do not go around looking for trouble. Even if someone absolutely needs protection, one does not necessarily require more one Tseh
" Some reasons why this amendment was made are that the framers wanted adults to know how to use a weapon and to be ready to use a weapon if they were attacked. During this time, the British troops were still attempting to overtake the new land, one of the ways they did this was by attempting to take the people’s guns. There was still reason to believe that British would still attack the new country and the United States did not have a real army, so any military action needed to be responded to by
Becoming a marine is a very difficult there various amount of task you have to accomplish. You must be at least 17 or old. In order to become a marine from a certain place you have to be a resident of that certain state. You have to be clean and never have committed a felony. You must also be able to pass the drug test and pass it.
Not allowing for the practice of religion or certain beliefs limits American’s ability to remain free from government control. Each parent or child who refuses has the “constitutional right to do so” (Karst) and this refusal is validated because adults with children have “parental rights”(Field). When a set religion or belief system establishes that they are against medical vaccinations, they have the right to argue. No established religion is set in the United States so informing a family that a child must be vaccinated pressures against their belief system; consequently, the performance of this action is purely unconstitutional. Schools requiring immunizations
There are different situations where a gun has come in handy for someone to protect either themselves, their family, friends, or strangers. In the article, Overcoming Delusions About the Second Amendment, written by Jeffrey Sachs, the article states, “A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” It takes a lot of work to amend an amendment. It could take years for the process to go through and there is a chance that they will not go through with amending the second amendment. If the second
In addition, the Native Americans were living in the country, before any of the Americans were, yet they are being forced to move. This does not comply with Constitution because it does not "Establish Justice." (Source B) If establishing justice is to make certain that all citizens are treated fairly and equally, the moving of these Native Americans definitely contradicts it. Furthermore, it also goes against the Preamble(Source B) when it says, "To secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity" because the basic rights of Native
Reasonable accommodation The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 with the purpose to prevent discrimination of a disability in the workplace or in an educational setting. However, the ADA too narrowly defined the definition of a disability and this term was more broadly defined in the 2008 passing of American with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA). The ADAAA is now the standard used to define disability and determine the accommodation necessary of the institution. This paper examines what defines a disability and what is considered a reasonable accommodation in order to answer whether or not permanent absence is considered a reasonable accommodation.
These are long term effects of concussions. Miss diagnosing high school concussions has become a major concern, especially to those involved with athletics. Sports in general are getting more physical which is a reason to have a strong concussion prevention program. Concussion testing needs to be federally funded, schools need to provide it, and rules in sports need to be more strict regarding hits and contact. The majority of schools who do not offer in depth concussion testing is due to a lack of money.
The Rehabilitation Act prohibits federal agencies from discriminating against any person(s) with a current disability or history of a disability. The ADA extends those regulations to private companies, employers, unions, public services and public accommodations. Employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees unless it would create significant undue hardship for the employer. Harassment of any kind is also illegal by employers, employees, clients or customers
Discrimination and harassment are serious problems in the workplace today. People are discriminated against and harassed about their sex, religion, race, weight, handicap, etc. For me, these issues are very unethical, and that’s all there is to it. Really, what does a person or a business gain from committing these selfish acts towards others? I guess a laugh here and there from people listening in on the harassment of a co-worker.