From year-end 2004 through the first-quarter 2008, defendant Brian Fox misled the investing public by fraudulently inflating the revenue and assets and fraudulently omitting major liabilities, of Powder River Petroleum International, Inc. (“Powder River” or the “company”) in the company’s Commission filings, and by making other false and misleading public disclosures. From year-end 2004, Powder River conveyed working interests in oil and gas leases to investors in Asia for over $43 million. Because Powder River promised full repayment of the working interest
Solectron Corporation is but another classic case of a company that benefited immensely from the dot.com boom, only to experience the pains of the bust as the dot.com companies went down in the early 2000s. From its humble beginnings in Milpitas, CA as a solar energy products manufacturer, Solectron grew to be a highly successful global supply chain integrator with revenues of $18.6 billion by 2001. From the time it was founded in 1977 through 2000, the company grew in leaps and bounds mainly through lateral acquisitions.
The plaintiff (Southern Prestige Industries, Inc.) initiated an action against the defendant (Independence Plating Corp.) in a North Carolina state court for a breach of contract. The plaintiff alleged that defects in the defendant’s anodizing process caused the plaintiff’s machine parts to be rejected by Kidde Aerospace. The defendant being a New Jersey corporation and having its only office and all of its personnel situated in the state filed a motion to dismiss citing lack of personal jurisdiction. The trial court denied the motion and the defendant appealed arguing that there were insufficient contacts to satisfy the due process of law requirements
The case that I have chosen to discuss is Case 85 Cal.Rptr.2d 844 (1999) 978 P.2d 2 20 Cal.4th 785 Peter Ramirez, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. YOSEMITE WATER COMPANY, INC., Defendant am Respondent, No. S070114, Supreme Court of California, June 17, 1999.
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Although the law can be challenged in some cases, there are still others that successfully support the law. In the case Luis v. United States, Sila Luis was indicted in the state of Florida on Medicare defrauding charges in the amount of $40 million dollars. This case came before the Supreme Court because the prosecutors of this case obtained a pretrial ordering to freeze her assets, “tainted” and legitimate (Root, 2016). They felt even the legitimate assets Luis had could be traced back to the crime at hand, and amounted to an estimated $15 million that could not be connected to any alleged activities (Root, 2016).
If I was representing the company in this case I could argue that the confidentiality agreement had a legitimate business purpose and it was applied towards Martinez. The confidentiality agreement, in which Martinez did sign, stated that including compensations it’s confidential to the employee and the ReadyPro Company and if disclosure of these terms to other parties may result in grounds for dismissal. When Martinez address the concerns and problems with ReadyPro managers and Vice President, thy said they promised that they will call the Bengali Gas Pipeline manager to discuss possible alternations in the payment. At that moment Martinez was suppose to let the Vice President do his job and try to resolve the situation. Martinez wanted $15
Tierra is very polite and a professional candidate. She most recently finished a temporary assignment with a client of Pinnacle Partners. She had been responsible for accepting inbound calls from clients who needed to schedule appointments and she would enter their personal and insurance information. She had made outbound calls to follow up on their appointments or gathering the correct information. She loved this job and would have stayed but the assignment came to an unexpected end. Prior to this, she had worked for the Indianapolis Housing Agency. In this role she was responsible for handling any issues, inquiries, requests that the executive management would need to be handled, and fielded calls to the correct department. Prior to this,
GREENVILLE, S.C. - A 47-year-old sales leader with experience in the textile industry was unlawfully fired by Indian Land, S.C., textile manufacturer Keer America Corporation because of his age, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed today.
The main problems of the organization were that the company set strategies to achieve objectives that weren’t focused in the core business and set without considering how many resources and skills does the company would need to reach them, focusing their efforts in processes or products that didn’t add value to the company and decreasing the profits of the