Company Law

Company Law
3 case questions and all the questions must be answer with IRAC method and must include all the section number from Australia securities legislation volume 1 year 2014. and case also included in each question.

Banking Law HI3

Banking Law HI3
In January 2007, Gwendoline Griffiths had the following to say on the British Bankers’ Association (BBA) Web site:
[On] the basis of the countries considered in Neate on Bank Confidentiality [which considers the position in 31 countries], countries where the balance lies in favour of keeping a customer’s information confidential (as opposed to disclosing it) seem to be in the minority. Indeed in some countries the duty of bank confidentiality appears to have been eroded to such an extent that it should be viewed as the exception, rather than the rule.
Instinctively this may seem to be a detrimental development—why should governments, and others, have increasing access to information on banks[‘] dealings with their customers? To what extent is this really in the public interest? Are proper protections still in place to ensure that customer information is not open to misuse?
-Analyse and evaluate the legal protection in relation to confidentiality provided banking customers under UK law, and
-contrast it with protection afforded to banking customers in one or more other jurisdictions.
-In relation to your findings, briefly address the questions Griffiths raises in the quote above.

Consequence of Inaction

Consequence of Inaction Each student will submit a 2 page paper addressing the impact on the criminal justice agency they represent if the solution presented by their Group is not adopted. This opinion will be supported by 2 outside resources.
your part is court and state attorney office
This was the background:
GROUP PROJECT – The Virtual Criminal Justice Alliance ….Background
For the past 11 months, the Virtual Police Department has applied a variety of investigative resources and strategies and is prepared to bring a number of criminal charges against the members of the Very Bad Bike Club. These started out as investigations of individual calls-for-service, complaints and criminal investigations. They merged into a collective effort as the pattern of activities and participants began to form. Based on the investigations, the department believes it has probable cause to arrest and charge nearly every one of the 63 VBBC members for conspiracy to manufacture illegal drugs, conspiracy to sell illegal drugs, and participation in a criminal enterprise. Additionally, numerous individual VBBC members can be charged with combinations of individual criminal violations, including possession of illegal drugs, illegal possession of firearms, robbery, attempted robbery, aggravated assault, and attempted murder. Despite the confidence the Chief of the VPD has in these cases, no information has been conveyed to the Office of the District Attorney nor has there been any involvement with the Grand Jury. As far as the Chief of the Police is concerned, this is the chance to destroy the VBBC once and for all.
The VBBC has plagued Virtual for over a decade. Efforts to stop criminal activity by members of the VBBC have been made almost exclusively by the police department, with little or no support from the rest of the Virtual criminal justice system. In the past most criminal charges brought to the Virtual prosecutor’s office by police detectives have resulted in outright dismissal for lack of probable cause or plea bargained agreements that reduce potential felony charges to misdemeanors with payable fines. There have been however, two prior instances of massive arrests of VBBC members. Approximately 7 years ago raids resulted in the confiscation of drugs and weapons and the ultimate conviction of 12 VBBC members. Six of these members are on parole and still reside in Virtual; two others are currently in the county detention center awaiting trial for new criminal charges and four others are confined to the State prison near Virtual.A similar sweep three years ago produced nearly identical results. These sweeps appear to have been ineffective. In short, the VBBC has a network of members in jail, in prison, on parole in the community and free on the street. The current police investigation has affirmed that all of these VBBC members are in near constant communications with each other.
Robert “Buddy” Pole is the “president” of the VBBC. While currently on parole for manufacturing methamphetamine, Buddy Pole continues to orchestrate the criminal enterprise that is VBBC. Provisions of his parole agreement that prohibit association with known criminals have gone unenforced. Robert Pole, Jr, (a.k.a. “Little Buddy” or “Bud Lite”) is currently in the Virtual Detention Center awaiting trial for carrying a concealed weapon. He seems to be in no hurry to make the affordable bail. Jail officials believe he is trying to organize a drug network within the jail. Two Detention Center correctional officers were recently disciplined for attempting to smuggle cell phones into the lock-up. It is believed they were destined for Little Buddy’s use. The youngest member of the Pole family is Patricia (a.k.a. “Tripper”). A chronic truant and trouble maker in school, Tripper was suspected of providing marijuana to her junior high school classmates and has continued the practice in high school. At age 19 and legally an adult, she is just about to complete her senior year of high school. Tripper’s collections of miscreant friends, most of whom are VBBC members or “wannabes”, congregate regularly around the Virtual Mall and commercial centers. Her boyfriend, John Henry Maxwell applied for a job as a Dunbar Security Force officer but was rejected because of his record.
In order to rid the city of Virtual of this criminal gang, Virtual Police Department Chief Clayton Moore called upon his criminal justice partners:
The head of the Virtual Police Department VBBC task force, Captain Jay Silverheels
The chief criminal prosecutor from the Office of the District Attorney, Raymond Burr
The Security Chief of the state correctional facility, Major Allen Irongates
The District Supervisor for the state department of parole, Martha Street
The Operations Director of the Virtual Security Force, James Dunbar
The Virtual Security Force, a private security company hired by the Virtual Commercial Merchants Association to provide security personnel, equipment, etc. to supplement the resources of the Virtual Police Department in designated business and commercial areas of the city. VSF personnel hold special police commissions, have arrest authority on the property of their clients and may or may not be armed depending on their assignment and qualifications.
At their initial meeting Chief Moore made it clear to these partners that they had a single goal, to end the reign of terror emanating from the VBBC and victimizing Virtual’s citizens. Clearly if there was any hope of success, each criminal justice partner has to do their part for the collective good of all. The Chief’s remarks were met with wholesale agreement. It was decided the Virtual Criminal Justice Alliance would attack the VBBC on two levels (1) the pursuit of the current police investigations and prosecutions, and (2) a strategic plan to work collaboratively to reduce crime in Virtual. When the initial meeting adjourned Chief Moore had designated Captain Siverheels as his delegate. He was not sure, however, that every agency representative in the room felt his level of commitment or truly understood the consequences of failure. He was also curious as to what resources each “partner” was willing to bring to this operation and what would be held back.
Major Irongate has her own issues with VBBC. Their presence in the state prison has settled down what had previously been a powder keg of gang-related unrest. VBBC has become the dominate force in the prison. John “Jacky” Pole has been able to get the warring national/international gang members in the prison to suspend their violence and focus on drug-related profits.With tensions simmering just below the surface, Irongate knows the self-serving truce may be short lived. Major Irongate was also asked to represent the Virtual Detention Center. This facility holds arrestees awaiting a bail hearing, denied bail prior to trial or in transitional housing from the state prison to attend court. The jail also holds offenders serving short sentences for convictions on misdemeanor charges. Nearly all of the prison’s inmate population came through the Detention Center and may return there to be available for court appearances. Major Irongate is convinced that these “traveling” inmates are being used as “mules” for drugs and contraband cell phones.
Of the persons assembled by Chief Moore, only Dunbar represents a commercial, profit-driven agency. Simply put, these profits are the difference between the costs for the security provided and the fees Dunbar charges. Dunbar is eager to demonstrate a successful partnership with VPD and the Virtual Commercial Merchants’ Association as a stepping stone to contracts with larger jurisdictions. In any case, Dunbar’s primary motivation is to make money.
Raymond Burr would applaud Chief Moore’s plan if he could, but as a pragmatist he feels that this is a waste of time. He understands, if no one else at the table does, that plea bargaining is to only way the criminal justice system can do business. He has also warned the chief before that his detectives need additional training on establishing probable cause, proper interrogation procedures, appropriate charging, etc. If the VPD could get its act together he would love to prosecute a good solid case against the VBBC, but prosecuting a “looser” case will not solve the problem or help his own political ambitions.
NOTE: Each student will be assigned a role as one of the five members of the Chief’s team. The student should fully take on the persona of that member. Not all of the details can be provided. Students are encouraged to (reasonably) embellish on the character of the person they are assigned and play that role to the fullest.

international trade law

The topic must have substantial international trade law content, although discussion of trade policy and practice can also be included.
1) “Customs Unions and Free Trade Areas were seen by the drafters of GATT as likely to lead to the growth of free trade. In practice, GATT Article XXIV has been allowed to create a form of regional protectionism.” Do you agree? Illustrate your discussion by particular reference either to the European Union, or to an FTA or Customs Union of which your own country is a member.
My country is Sultanate of Oman and sign FTA with USA along that its part of the Gulf Corporation Council GCC and share the same customs law with the other 5 gulf countries.
The structure may be -you are free to change it- as the following:
FTA Customs unions
Customs unions
Oman trade policy
Oman and GCC customs union
The following criteria and weighting will be used in marking this
 identify legal issues arising from current international trade
 identify appropriate legal solutions to those issues (0.4)
 identify the consequences of any failure to change current
 the academic quality of your short essays addressing the
The academic quality of your essay will be assessed on:
 your ability to demonstrate relevant research into the
 the logic of your reasoning and the strength of the
 the construction of your essay including grammar,

gun violence in milwaukee

the topic is Gun violence in Milwaukee dealing with these topics it has to be and argument: education, bad parenting, and poverty. you have to have a problem and a solution for each topic. you need two recommendation for the solution which should include the benefits and the limitations.
Introduction= 2-3 pages
thesis: has to be at the end of the introduction, but the introduction has to explain why this argument is important to the community
Research/ Argument= 8-10 pages
the argument needs to include why the problem is happening and a view point.
Recommendations= 3-5 pages
Recommendations= 3-5 pages
conclusion= 2-3
is not a conclusion of the entire paper but of how to look forward and what the world will be like using the recommendations that you include.

S.B.1070 immigration law in Arizona

The assignment is:
Issue Sheets- Create one-pagers focused on your clients issue for Arizona. Include proactive messages that highlight the benefit of advancing your issue, and assess the potential messages of opposing organizations or views.
State: Arizona
Key points/bullets:
see resources/references. You can include supporting information but the main idea is to present the key supporting arguments for your position on immigration and what specifically you are asking the lawmaker to do.
this assignment to be in bullet-points.
This is a very important assignment so please make sure you do an extraordinary work, and perfect grammar.

Immigration: What is to be Done?

1. Answer number 1 on page 692.
2. Answer number 2 on page 692.
3. Answer number 4 on page 692.
4. Answer number 1 on page 695, evaluating Chiswick’s first paragraph as the opening of an argument.
5. Answer number 2 on page 695, defining “earned legalization.”
6. Answer number 3 on page 695.
7. Answer number 4 on page 695.
8. Answer number 5 on page 695.
9. Answer number 1 on page 698.
10. Answer number 2 on page 698.
11. Answer number 4 on page 698.
12. Answer number 1 on page 700.
13. Answer number 3 on page 700.
14. Answer number 5 on page 700.
15. Answer number 6 on page 700.
16. Answer number 9 on page 700.
17. Answer number 2 on page 703.
18. Answer number 3 on page 703.
19. Answer number 4 on page 703.
20. Look up the Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act online in preparation for answering all parts of number 6 on page 703

The Stamp Act Resolutions and Declaratory Act

WRITING ASSIGNMENT # 2A: The Stamp Act Resolutions and Declaratory Act
After the British success in the French and Indian War, relations between the colonists and the mother country started to deteriorate. Britain’s attempt to tighten control over its colonial empire and to finance its administration by imposing new taxes, aroused American resentment. Colonial opposition to British policies eventually led to armed resistance.
• Review the relevant sections in Chapter 6.
Document 1: The Stamp Act Resolutions
Note: Even though you will see a statement giving you the option of copy/paste or file attachment, please disregard this statement. You are required to attach the assignment in MS Word format.



Write an (I)RAAC arguing that John was not speeding, i.e., he was travelling at a reasonable speed under the circumstances. The problem is embedded in the last few slides of the video/PowerPoint. Remember, you first must write the Rule (from the statute that I made up). Next paragraph is a description of case A. You begin with a topic sentence that introduces the case and gives the holding (For instance, in Case A, the court held that ….” Then give facts of the case on which the court determined that the speed was reasonable under the circumstances. Then next paragraph – write a persuasive argument that John was driving at a reasonable speed by showing how the facts of John’s case are very similiar to the facts of Case A. The topic sentence is very important and must refer the reader back to the rule on which you are going to base your argument (“John will argue that he was driving at a reasonable speed under the circumstanceses …”). Then compare the case A facts to show how they are similiar to John’s facts. If you convince the judge that the facts are similar enough to Case A, then the judge must give the same holding as Case A, i.e., that John was driving at a reasonable speed (precedent). So, here again are an outline of the paragraphs:
Rule Paragraph
Analogous case paragraph describing Case A (with good introductory topic sentence
Paragraph for John’s argument by fact comparison with Case A (again with good topic sentence based on the rule)
You must use the above paradigm. It is the one lawyers recognize, even if the problem is much more complex than this one. but still must conform to the RAAC paradigm. And remember, you are only writing the analysis (argument) section, so do not give an outline of the facts nor a restatement of the issue.