1.Answer Case Problem #4 on page 36 (Chapter 3) A furniture designer for Universal Furniture International started with a design for the furniture from the public domain, but then he mixed and changed the furniture style enough that they were two original pieces. UFI placed copyright on the style as a result of it. The company, Collezione Europe USA looked at the two furniture lines and produced copies that were incredibly similar. Even the UFI’s vice president could not recognize which were the imitations and which were the originals. CE’s imitations infringed on UFI’s copyrights. CE’s copies were cheaper than UFI’s originals which placed CE at a business advantage. Based on the facts stated, CE did not have the right to imitate the furniture designs of UFI. CE …show more content…
The couple signed the proposal agreeing to follow through with everything in it and pay Ullrhahn. The couple failed to pay. When a “party” fails to perform the obligations mentioned under a contract, it is termed as a breach of conduct. In such an instance of failure or refusal to perform, the law allows that the other party may take an appropriate action to obtain the damages so caused, or may enforce performance by the party breaking the contract. 3. Answer Case Problems #1 on pages 66 (Chapter 6) Larry Horton had accepted the deal because he made the first payment of $500, which means that, agreed by the offer made by Commercial Recovery Systems Inc., one fact arises here is that there was no acceptance in writing by Larry for the offer made by CRS. The offer can be accepted in any manner that is reasonable under the circumstances. Usually the mode of expressing the assent is not consequential as long as it successfully makes the offer known to the offeror that his offer has been accepted. It is agreeable that acceptance may be shown by conduct. 4. Answer Case Problem #6 on page 76 (Chapter
‘Acceptance is a definite and unqualified assent to an offer, on all of its terms. Any acceptance given conditionally will not result in a legally binding agreement.’
Under the Uniform Commercial Code, if a buyer has accepted the goods, they may subsequently revoke acceptance if goods are nonconforming and nonconformity substantially impairs the value of the goods to the buyer. Hartz had the right to reject the soybeans due to nonconforming goods, and to notify Coleman of their intentions, which they did. The lower court found Coleman liable under the contract ?against the clear preponderance of the evidence,? and therefore, Hartz is entitled to the pursued
15b. Sven would be entitled to judgment if he proved Brent made a down payment of $200. This is because it meets the Statute of Frauds exception of partial performance. Under UCC, an oral contract for goods priced at $500 or more is enforceable to the extent that the seller accepts payment or the buyer accepts the delivery of goods. Because the seller, Sven, accepted partial payment for the 8 used air conditioners of $200, the contract is enforceable to the extent of what took
For there to be a binding agreement between Dr Hu and Riversong Mediquip, two factors must be present, these factors are and offer and acceptance. An offer can be defined as a willingness to enter into a bargain and in doing so does justify another person an understanding that his/her assent is invited and will conclude the bargain. Heydon JA suggested that an offer must ‘take form of a proposal for consideration which gives an offeree an opportunity to choose between acceptance and rejection’ .The offer in this scenario was made by Riversong Mediquip to sell Dr Hu medical equipment as was depicted in a previous correspondence between the parties. The
In this connection we may cite the case of Parkdale v. Puxu (Parkdale v. Puxu, ). In the instant case, Puxu had the business of selling furniture of a certain style. Parkdale got engaged in the business of selling chairs which pertained to the same style and design as that of Puxu. It was observed by the court that the resemblance with the chairs of Parkdale with that of Puxu was misleading and deceptive to the customers.
On June 17, 2016, at approximately 11:02 a.m., Hub Representative Torres, met with Witness Caridad Herrera at the Republic Furniture Mfg. Inc. located at 2241 East 49th Street, Vernon, CA 90058. After a brief discussion with Ms. Herrera, she agreed to provide a recorded statement but requested a Spanish Translator because she would feel more comfortable in providing her statement. The interview was then translated from Spanish to English with the insureds Secretary, Ms. Amelia Lopez. The details of that interview are as follows:
BatesManor has to decide how their money will be spent on promotional activities. It is possible to spend more promotional money on communicating to retailers or for consumer advertising. Also, another option is to spend all of the money towards one promotional strategy.
I understand Aaron’s is testing a national repair program with Reliable Furniture Services of America. Woodhaven is in the process of process the first batch of warranty claims submitted by Reliable. It is also my understanding that the Service Center in Fairburn is coordinating the activity and withholding $15 per claim from the amount returned to the store.
The Guillermo Furniture Company has realized that their business strategy is no longer sustainable. The external environment has changed significantly and the company is facing pressure from oversees firms that have automated much of their furniture production and manufacturing. Despite the fact that Guillermo Furniture has access to relatively inexpensive Mexican labor, the company is still struggling to be competitive in the market due to foreign competition. Therefore, Guillermo has identified various alternative strategies that it wishes to consider in order to reinvent its business and become more competitive. It is recommended that Guillermo invest in new equipment that can modernize its manufacturing capabilities. An investment in a computerized lathe shows a worthwhile return on the company's investment and will also position them for future growth.
I decided to choose ABYAT Furniture Company for my Assignment . In this paper, I am going to talk about ABYAT's history, structure and what services that they provide. Moreover, I am going to talk about achieving the six strategic, In addition, I am going to know about the threats type in ABYAT Company, also I will mention how supporting these levels through information Systems, how managers can affect build and use information systems the success of their company and how achieve operational excellence in terms of customer relationship management.
While disruption and innovation within traditional industries has drastically altered the underlying business environment, one industry has largely been left behind: furniture. The U.S. home furniture store industry is “extremely concentrated, with 50 of the largest U.S. stores accounting for 75 percent of the industry revenue.” Until recently, incumbent furniture retailers have managed to avoid disruption because of the complexity involved in the supply chain, scale advantages and unit economics of delivery that make it expensive for startups to compete. As a result, furniture shopping remains a cumbersome, impersonal and a “one size fits all” experience with consumers being exposed to delivery delays, retail markups and middlemen. However, Tylko aims to radically modernize key parts of the designer furniture industry from manufacturing, designing, customisability to the eventual delivery and effectively replace mass-produced furniture with “mass customized” furniture.
To ensure a systematic and a complete awareness among its members of industrial, technical, fiscal, economic, social and research problems of the European furniture industry
Ikea first entered Japan in 1974 but it then quit later in 1986. From a developing country to a developed country, Japanese experienced rapid industrial growth after World War II. Japanese became the largest economies in Asia with an annual GDP growth of nearly 10 percent. With the increasing number of population living in the city, the demand for products and services in Tokyo increases significantly. Thus, Ikea decided to enter Japan as the first step of its expansion on the international market in Asia.