Case Studies 4 Henschel v. Clare County Road Commission 1. Legal issue and Courts Decision In the case of Henschel v. Clare County Road commission; Wayne Henschel claims that the county road commission discriminated against him. He claims that they violated the Americans with Disabilities act, firing him for a disability from a motor vehicle accident that happened 2 years after he started working for the Road Commission. The court granted the Clare County Road Commission judgement, because Henschel could not perform the essential functions for the position.
In the recent years, one of the biggest motor vehicle companies had been involved in a horrendous scandal. Volkswagen has been accused of cheating the emission test. An employee by the name of James Liang has helped create software that cheated the emission test; which tested against the pollution produced by the cars. The company spent billions to help those affected, and Mr. Liang was sentenced to jail. The company claimed it did not have any part in it, and that this was solely done by Mr. Liang.
On 4/18/20 SC completed a monitoring telephone call with Pa. SC asked Pa how is he doing and he reported that he is doing well. The Pa reported that his knees gave out as he was walking to walk up the steps, but no injuries were reported and the Pa did seek any medical treatment. The SC asked the Pa if anyone was present and if so who, and asked if the person (if any) helped him up. The Pa reported that his girlfriends were present and she helped up.
James Franco has been accused of sexually exploitative behavior by 5 different women. These women were taking acting classes In Studio 4 an acting and film school run by James Franco and also other classes he taught like UCLA, USC, CalArts and NYU. Majority of the incidents happened during nudity scenes that the women were chosen to be in with Franco. The official theory I would be testing is that everyone likes to believe that James Franco is guilty. But how sure can they be?
Peyton Carroll #3 Per 6,7 2017/02/09 Bullied Jamie Nabozny was put through agony in the first half of his academic career, but preserved through his difficulties and stood up to his bullies. Were you ever bullied? If so, when? During Jamie’s usual school hours, pejorative words were hurled at him to diminish his spirit, because of his sexual orientation. The words fell like sharp knives on Jamie’s confidence.
As innocent children, we grow up with intentions of being just like our mommies and daddies. We dream that one day, we can wear the same powerful red cape, that we watch our parents wear with courage and bravery on a daily basis. Sadly, not every child is fortunate enough to have superheroes as parents; some children have villains as their mothers and fathers. When the walls of naivety begin to fade away and reality comes into play, certain children have to face the harsh reality that what should be their number one supporter(s) is actually their number one offender. In A Child Called It by David Pelzer, Pelzer learns how to survive abuse from his mother, and isolation from his entire family.
Many children and adolescent are redirected to organized sport to support their psycho-social developments. At the beginning of adolescence period and in some sports in childhood, the discovered talents start to train excessively to specialize in sport and to compete at elite level at the end of their adolescence period and in young adulthood (Fraser-Thomas Cote & Deakin, 2008). Certainly in pursuit of this path, coaches have critical influence on athletes. According to a study that reported in a book of Coaching Association of Canada, 96 % of the young athletes stated that coaches have greater effect on their behaviors than parents, peers or teachers. In addition, Tomlinson and Yorgancı (1997) found that the coach’s decisional powers can exceed
On a mid-winter morning, the sun rose past a mountain range and into a thick and ominous layer of clouds. Over the past couple of weeks, sub-zero temperatures have caused every inch of this small German town, called Stadt Von Zwei to be covered with snow and ice. With a population of only 25,000 people, this town is known for its breathtaking landscape, medieval castles, and a sacred forest called Black Forest. In a rustic home on the outskirts of Stadt Von Zwei, lived a man named Hugo.
I currently work as a Supportive Staff Supervisor, in the Special Education Department, for School District 93 in Idaho Falls. My role is to provide support to 170 supportive staff, teachers, and all students in Special Education. In 2010 I started working for the District as a PSR Worker in the serious emotional disturbance (SED) elementary program. Five years later my Supervisor came to me and asked me to take over his role in the Special Services Department for a month, so he could go to the North Pole.
Introduction The period of the trial was the 1910, more specifically the trial started on May 13, 1910 (pg.1). During the 1910 America was still developing into a world power, and many immigrants from other countries where attracted to t he prosperity that was available in America (Baily, S. L., 1983, pg.281). New York State specifically was one of the fastest growing states in the country with one of the best economical prosperity for native workers, and immigrants (Baily, S. L., 1983, pg.281). What is the crime in the trial?
1. Can you (or Mr. Yourprop’s supervisor) search Mr. Yourprop’s assigned locker in the Company’s on-site gym for digital evidence? Support your answer. a. Whether or not, I or Mr. Yourprop’s supervisor can search his assigned locker in the Company’s on-site gym for digital evidence is dependent on whether or not Mr. Yourprop has a reasonable expectation of privacy. Federal and state laws govern employee's privacy rights in the workplace.
Stand up to bullying! By Vibhu Janardhanan core ½ 2/2/17 (Topic Sentence)No kid deserves to get bullied. (Surprising Fact)Do you know that every year, 4,400 kids every commit suicide every year because they get bullied? 30% of those kids are gay or lesbian. (Background Information)Jamie Nabozny, a boy who goes to school in a small town in Wisconsin, faces constant torture from other kids because he is gay.