Ethical Case Study Analysis Synopsis Zachary M. Seward in the article MIT Admissions Dean Resigns after Fake Degrees Come to Light quotes Marilee Jones, “I did not have the courage to correct my resume when I applied for my current job or at any time since.” The article highlights the predicament of an admission officer’s 28-year lie about her academic qualifications. Marilee Jones, the admission officer at MIT was recruited in 1979 as a junior member of staff. However, she advanced through the ranks to become a well-sought after admission officer. Furthermore, Seward notes, “The revelation was a shocking turn for Jones, who had been highly regarded in her field and widely praised for MIT’s efforts to reduce student anxiety in college admissions.”
CCIB received an Incident Report from the LTCO Maged Mansour (213) 351-6433 regarding resident Maria Alcantara. The SOC 341 states that Maria disclosed to facility staff and her Day Program staff that residential facility staff member Gloria G hit her in her back. Once notified by of incident the facility staff notified the administrator Kendal Woods (323) 208-0133. According to the RP the incident is under investigation. The suspected abuser would be suspended pending
CCIB Intake received a cross report call from Marisa Romero with the County of San Diego CPS. Marisa stated she met with Detective Elizabeth Hundley to initiate the investigation of Gabriel Munoz DOB: 4/6/15 head injury. Marisa stated she and the Detective have statements from teachers regarding the incident. The Director was also interviewed and denied the incident happened. The Director continued to deny the incident even when the teacher Monika Huynh admitted the child hit his head when she fell.
Chanel introduces herself, her "minions" and her reign in power to the KKT sorority, when the Dean, Cathy Munsch believes that was responsible for injuring sorority sister, Melanie Dorkess while she was still a pledge (even though it was Red Devil). Chanel denies this, believing that she wanted Melanie out of the way to take the sorority for herself, as well as her plans to take down KKT, starting with revoking it 's charter. Gigi Caldwell arrives in the room, introducing herself as a lawyer and saying that Cathy can 't revoke the charter. Chanel complains that the charter shouldn 't be revoked because of her plans to become a News anchor. Gigi excuses Chanel to go back to the sorority, but before she leaves, Chanel threatens Cathy that she doesn
INTRODUCTION Defendant Ms. Kalani Herrera ("Ms. Herrera") respectfully request the court grants Ms. Herrera 's motion for summary judgment and dismiss the plaintiffs, Mr. And Mrs. Malone 's ("Malones") personal injury claim. The Malones have a brought a personal injury lawsuit against Ms. Herrera under the attractive nuisance doctrine on behalf of themselves and their daughter Maria Malone ("Maria"), a minor who was injured on an a peace of land art while trespassing on Ms. Herrera 's property. However, the plaintiffs have failed to establish elements that are pertinent to the claim. Landowners typically owe no duty to trespassers however, the doctrine of attractive nuisance is an exception to
After nine months, Niveen took the stand she admits to the state that she did put work above Adam’s safety only because, she had reached a point of desperation, and continues to answer the County lawyer what she thought Adam needs for his development. With regards to the commissioner Gary Vincent states, that Niveen was not yet suitable for custody; “ Your problem is you see but you don’t see clearly. You understand but you don’t really understand in depth”(Aviv, 10). For that reason Niveen started seeing two Psychologist assigned by the county, after being examined both psychologist reports had negative connotations, as well as the social workers that was monitoring Niveen’s attempts of complying and proving to the county that she was suitable for
In Gallina case, they are discriminating against her gender and that she was not a male, and that she had a young child. After hearing about Gallina getting other opinions from another partner, it is believed that the partners, whom she shared an office with seeked retaliation. Due to her partners hearing about the conversations and the comments that they made about Ms. Gallina causing a problem for them and embarrassing them, it is evident that when the annual evaluations came around that her office partners seeked retaliation against her (Walsh, 2013). The retaliation is what lost Ms. Gallina her job. Title VII protects those who are retaliatory discriminated against those who complain about possibly Title VII violation (Levinson,
Tarasoff’ s relatives sued University of California claiming that doctor had to warned Tatiana and had to arrange Poddar’ s confinement. In this case court made an exception and said that doctor and patient had a special relationship. This fact made a case different from the general bystander law. Court said that therapist under applicable professional standards had a duty to protect victim from a danger. CONCLUSION
In their first and only conversation at Harvard, Janet attempts to establish a connection between them as women professors, who face the same judgments and unreasonable demands; she complains about being mistaken for a lesbian after being found in the bathroom with Luellen May, replicating misogynist sentiments when she admits to thinking that “those women in overalls and boots are horrible” (49). Janet herself did not dare to defy social conventions or her family's expectations, which are revealed to Kate by Janet's brother Bill. He claims that Janet would not have killed herself had she been content with the “life of a normal woman” (145), had had children and given up her work. At the same time, he recognized that “Janet wasn't made for marriage” (146), a sentiment he shares with Moon, who tells Kate about how much Janet struggled to embrace traditional femininity, wanting to be 'ladylike' but being too smart to not be opinionated (130). This can be read as an indication that Janet is by nature more androgynous than she would like to be; being a wife did not come easy to her, and in the end the marriage did not
We learn on page 38 that Nurse Ratched has many connections and will use them to her advantage to get what she wants. On page 38, it reads, “the doctor doesn’t hold the power of hiring and firing. That power goes to the supervisor, and the supervisor is a woman, a dear old friend of Miss Ratched’s; they were Army nurses together in the thirties. We are victims of a matriarchy here, my friend, and the doctor is just as helpless against it as we are.” This proves that Nurse Ratched uses this relationship with head supervisor to her advantage.
On 3/17/17 at 1005 hrs, I was dispatched to the PD lobby in reference to harassing phone calls. Upon my arrival, I made contact with the complainant Victoria Wert and her boyfriend, Bradley Palmer. Wert advised Palmer’s ex-girlfriend, Alexus Smith has been texting her since 9/27/16 to 3/17/17, during this time Wert advised she did not text her Smith once, and her text messages are rude and unwanted. Wert advised she did not receive any concerning messages until 3/17/17 at 0930 hrs.
On 09/29/2015 at 3:18 PM SC received call from Marguerite Pa’s niece who reported that Pa has identified two girls Gabby and Yajaira he wants to be his aide but the agency told them his service were terminated. SC attempted to explain why the service was interrupted and next step; SC end call with Marguerite. SC then called Vital Support and briefly explained to receptionist and requested to speak with a manager. SC was transferred to Vitaliya at Vital Support Nurse manger. Vitaliya stated that the termination date is incorrect and service was provided to Pa beyond termination date and that SC need to change the dates so that they can receive payment.
2. What Supreme Court decision and laws ended de jure segregation? How? As the U.S. industrialized and urbanized during the 20th century, a series of social, political, and legal processes and ultimately destroyed Jim Crows segregation.
When working with children and young adults, it’s important that we should challenge all cases of discrimination and take these all cases seriously no matter how small it is and make sure you deal with them as quickly and professionally as possible. The duty of the school is following the code of practice in promoting race equality which requires in monitoring and reporting all racist incidents to the in charge. • An important thing to do when challenging discrimination is by recognising anti-discriminatory practice and making sure that we require the knowledge of the policies, practice and procedure as this will help us to feel more confident about what is a good practice and allowing us to deal with incidents more effectively when cases arise. • It’s also important that the we have to take
Discuss the impact that industrialization had on racial stratification of American Americans: from slavery to segregation Industrial technology began to transform American society in the early 1800’s, but the effects were not felt equally throughout the regions. The first states to industrialize were the northern states. While the northern states industrialized the plantation system and agricultural production continued to control in the south. This economic diversity contributes to one of the primary causes of the regional conflict that eventually led to the Civil War. Since there was more productive technology in the North they had more resources and defeated the South in the Civil War.