What are the key differences and similarities between the ways in which policy actors and private interests enforced residential segregation for African-Americans in the Midwest compared to Asian-Americans in California?

 

What are the key differences and similarities between the ways in which policy actors and private interests enforced residential segregation for African-Americans in the Midwest compared to Asian-Americans in California?

What core argument does Rothstein advance in his book The Color of Law?

Rothstein describes multiple factors tha​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​t led to residential segregation, which of these practices and policies contributed specifically to “white flight”?

What are the political, social, and economic consequences of white flight and urban residential segregation more broadly?

L​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​* A. What are the key differences and similarities between the ways in which policy actors and private interests enforced residential segregation for African-Americans in the Midwest compared to Asian-Americans in California? * B. What core argument does Rothstein advance in his book The Color of Law? What evidence does he use to support his argument? (Define all key terms.) * C. Rothstein describes multiple factors tha​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​t led to residential segregation, which of these practices and policies contributed specifically to “white flight”? * D. What are the political, social, and economic consequences of white flight and urban residential segregation more broadly? How do these relate to the “urban crisis”? The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, Richard Rothstein, Liveright: 2018, pape​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​rback

What role do human services professionals play in the development of social policy, and what role should they play?

A​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​ssessment 2 – Online Discussion – Policy analysis – 30% Assessment Type Online Learning Activity Description 1500 words Basic essay question: What role do human services professionals play in the development of social policy, and what role should they play? In answering this question: • use the development of one, specific, social policy as an example​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​• include research/readings/literature • demonstrate an understanding of human services • demonstrate an understanding of the process of making social policy • where relevant, a consideration of the power/ethics implied in the statement I have chosen the topic of housing (social policy the New Housing and Homelessness Agreement (NHHA). Please do on this subjec​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​t. Thankyou

What is the process of requesting FMLA(Family and Medical Leave Act) leave?

What are some of the responsibilities that employees have during their FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) leave?

What are some examples of how the FMLA  (Family and Medical Leave Act) provides employees with job protection during their FMLA leave?

C​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​ourse: HRM Legal Environment – HRMT330-1904A-02 Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. You are a Human Resources Manager for Green Branch Coffee, a national chain of urban-style coffee shops. Employees need to work with the human resources (HR) department to ensure a fair, safe, and legal workplace. In this discussion, you will explore the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The FMLA provides time off for employees so they can deal with a serio​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​us medical condition of their own or one of a family member. Employees in companies such as Green Branch Coffee that have at least 50 employees are generally eligible for FMLA. Please review the Employee’s Guide to FMLA from the U.S. Department of Labor, and discuss the following: What is the process of requesting FMLA leave? What are some examples of how the FMLA provides employees with job protection during their FMLA leave? What are some of the responsibilities that employees have during their FMLA leave? Reference U.S. Department of Labor. (n.d.). Family and Medical Leave Act employee guide. Wage and Hour Division (WHD). Retrieved from https://www.dol.gov/whd/fmla/employeeguide.​‌‍‌‍‌‌‍‌‌‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌​htm

LWZ317 Civil Procedure Assignment 2

Semester 2 2019

INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS:

  1. Assignment 2 is worth 60% of the total marks for the unit.

READ EACH QUESTION CAREFULY FOR INSTRUCTIONS.

3.. In your answers, include references to rules, statutes and authorities. Specifically to the NORTHERN TERRITORY of AUSTRALIA

  1. Note that there is a word limit suggested for each question. The marks indicate the word limit guidelines for each answer (10 marks – around 500 words; 5 marks – around 250 words). Students who markedly exceed these word limits will be penalized. Quantity does not equate with quality.

7, No random statements. Don’t fill up word count with unnecessary words such as Markedly, the ….

Obviously, the case…… Knowingly, ……. I would appreciate you refraining from using this style of writing unless absolutely necessary. 

  1. Adhearance to the AGLC 4 ( Australian guide to legal citation is paramount.

ANSWER EACH QUESTION. EACH QUESTION IS WORTH THE MARKS INDICATED. QUESTION 1
Answer this question.

Paul Trawler has recently retired, having run a successful business as a commercial fisherman operating out of Darwin. Paul has always been wary of superannuation funds and is seeking a safer option for the investment of his life savings. Paul consults an old acquaintance, Barry Bigshot, who is an agent for a business investment company, Overnight Millionaires Pty Ltd. Barry convinces Paul that he should invest his savings in the purchase of an old, disused supermarket site in the Darwin CBD. Barry convinces Paul that the asking price of $2.4 million is a bargain as Myer is coming to Darwin and is also looking at purchasing the site. Barry suggests Paul could make $1 million profit by on selling the site to Myer within 12 months.

Paul takes Barry’s advice at face value and invests all his savings in purchasing the freehold for the old supermarket without making any further enquiries. Barry is dismayed 3 months after the purchase to read an interview with the CEO of Myer in which he discloses to the NT News: “We have looked at several sites in Darwin over the past 12 months however, as we confirmed 6 months ago when we purchased vacant land in the main shopping precinct, our preferred option has always been Palmerston”. Paul’s dismay turns despair when he tries to sell the old supermarket and is advised the valuation has come in at $1.5 million.

Paul has instructed you to commence legal action for damages for the loss he has suffered.

 

(i) Discuss the alternate means of commencing the proceeding. Advise in relation to the appropriate originating process and how it should be prepared.

(ii) In what court would you commence the proceeding and why?
(iii) Who would you name as the parties to the proceeding? Provide reasons.
(iv) Draft a simple endorsement of claim to be included in a writ for the proceeding.

(v) Paul commences the proceeding in Darwin. Barry seeks to have the proceeding transferred to Melbourne, where he now lives, as he wants to call Myer’s CEO (who also resides in Melbourne) to give evidence at the hearing. Advise Paul what matters the NT Supreme Court will take into account in considering whether to order that the proceeding be transferred to Melbourne.

[Suggested word limit – 750 words; 15 marks]

You may use subheadings.

QUESTION 3

Answer this question.

You act for Jeff Smith, a concreter who has performed concreting work for Dodgy Developments Pty Ltd. Jeff has not been paid for his work. On behalf of Jeff you have sued Mr and Mrs Dodgy and their company Dodgy Developments Pty Ltd (of which they are the sole directors and shareholders) in the NT Supreme Court and obtained judgement against all 3 defendants in a total amount of $575,000.

During the course of the hearing it became evident that Mr Dodgy was an evasive man who was assessed by the Court as having little credibility. You also concluded that Mr Dodgy had probably structured his finances to guard against actions being brought against him and that he is more than likely a man of straw.

During cross-examination Mr Dodgy gave evidence that he mostly subcontracted to Cheapie Homes Pty Ltd and that payments were made from Cheapie to his company on a regular basis. You also learn that Mrs Dodgy is employed with a local accounting firm and receives a regular salary.

Mr and Mrs Dodgy live in a palatial home at Cullen Bay however the house is registered in the name of Mrs Dodgy alone. The home is decorated with valuable antiques and artefacts. You also learn that Mr Dodgy is owed $30,000 by a local bookmaker and settlement date is to be next Friday.

Advise Jeff of his legal options in respect of recovering the judgement and what steps you will be taking on his behalf to recover the debt from the defendants. Refer to authorities and the Supreme Court Rules in your answer.

[Suggested word limit: 750 words: 15 marks]

QUESTION 4

Answer all three (3) parts to this question. Each part is worth 5 marks.

Refer to the relevant Supreme Court Rules, Practice Directions and authorities in your answers.

  1. Discuss the differences between an application for default judgment and an application for summary judgment.

[Suggested word limit: 250 words – 5 marks]

  1. Outline and discuss briefly each of the elements of the caseflow management system in the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory (including both pre-litigation steps and supervision and management during the proceedings themselves). What are the policy purposes underlying this system and in your opinion how effective has it been since fully implemented in 2009?

[Suggested word limit: 250 words – 5 marks]

  1. Your client, the plaintiff, has been successful in a Supreme Court proceeding and the defendant has been ordered to pay his costs on an indemnity basis. Explain to your client:

(a) the difference between costs on an indemnity basis and costs on the standard basis;

(b) whether he will receive the costs of an interlocutory application that was heard and determined in his favour prior to trial (the court did not make a costs order in respect of the application); and

(c) the procedure for taxation of costs and the test the court will adopt in determining whether he will receive the costs for all items claimed in the bill of costs.

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