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1. Holly owns Hollys Health Studio a gym that offers many
types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group
weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people
and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class
leaves the 10am class comes in. Between the number of
people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 degrees
outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of
sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of
sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for
that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her
arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who
can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What
defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued?
2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a
pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her
employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to
get a mumps vaccine. Molly, believed that the vaccination
would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be
vaccinated. As a result, the company withdrew its offer of
employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse
discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you
agree? If so, why? If not, why not?
Business Administration 391: Business Law I
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Essay Questions:
Please answer the following questions fully. It does not
need to be pages upon pages, but you must cover all the
elements for each topic. Feel free to type or submit
written answers on additional sheets of paper.
1. Holly owns Hollys Health Studio a gym that offers many
types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group
weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people
and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class
leaves the 10am class comes in. Between the number of
people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 deg rees
outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of
sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of
sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for
that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her
arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who
can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What
defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued?
2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a
pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her
employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to
get a mumps vaccine. Molly, believed that the vaccination
would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be
vaccinated. As a result, the company withdrew its offer of
employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse
discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you
agree? If so, why? If not, why not?
Business Administration 391: Business Law I
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Please answer the following questions fully. It does not
need to be pages upon pages, but you must cover all the
elements for each topic. Feel free to type or submit
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written answers on additional sheets of paper.
1. Holly owns Hollys Health Studio a gym that offers many
types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group
weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people
and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class
leaves the 10am class comes in. Between the number of
people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 degrees
outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of
sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of
sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for
that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her
arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who
can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What
defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued?
2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a
pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her
employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to
get a mumps vaccine. Molly, bel ieved that the vaccination
would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be
vaccinated. As a result, the company withdrew its offer of
employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse
discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you
agree? If so, why? If not, why not?
Business Administration 391: Business Law I
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First paragraph question with answer:
1)who can billy sue?
Answer:billu sue the manager of gym who not able to
make clean and hygiene the gym because if there are huge
crowd workout in any place it\'s important to clean area
for stop accidents..
Susan sue to obviously to gym management because it \'s
all management responsibility to check and make confirm
that there is no again accident will happens.
In my openion defence exist is of make am gripped styles
on surface for sue..
Second paragraph question with answer:
ANSWER: I NOT AGREE,that water house discriminated
against her on the basis of religion ,Because the mains
reason is first company having its rules and regulations f or
every single person who connect with company and before
joining company would ask aal about rules and regulations
so there is no chances for do any opposite work in
company .Now we go on molly\'s matter of work ,he first
don\'t have any right to say about company\'s work and
it\'s result after done that work if company give her any
work he politely do that and don\'t make any commitments
for work and second thing is that religion is doesn \'t
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matters in work because religion is only part of faith but
work which we done is practical so in my openion and I
don\'t think that Waterhouse discriminated against her on
the basis of religion...

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Essay Questions: Please answer the following questions fully. It does not need to be pages upon pages, but you must cover all the elements for each topic. Feel free to type or submit written answers on additional sheets of paper. 1. Holly owns Holly’s Health Studio a gym that offers many types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class leaves the 10am class comes in. Betwee n the number of people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 degrees outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued? 2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to get a mumps vaccine. Molly, believed that the vaccination would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be vaccinated. As a result, the company withdr ew its offer of employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you agree? If so, why? If not, why not? Business Administration 391: Business Law I Essay Questions: Please answer the following questions fully. It does not need to be pages upon pages, but you must cover all the elements for each topic. Feel free to type or submit written answers on additional sheets of paper. 1. Holly owns Holly’s Health Studio a gym that offers many types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class leaves the 10am class comes in. Between the number of people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 deg rees outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued? 2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to get a mumps vaccine. Molly, believed that the vaccination would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be vaccinated. As a result, the company withdrew its offer of employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you agree? If so, why? If not, why not? Business Administration 391: Business Law I Essay Questions: Please answer the following questions fully. It does not need to be pages upon pages, but you must cover all the elements for each topic. Feel free to type or submit written answers on additional sheets of paper. 1. Holly owns Holly’s Health Studio a gym that offers many types of fitness classes. One class that is offered is group weightlifting. One day the 9am class consists of 20 people and is very crowded. Immediately after the 9am class leaves the 10am class comes in. Between the number of people in the 9am and the fact that it is 102 degrees outside the floor in the studio is full of water puddles of sweat. During the 10am class Billy slips on a puddle of sweat and falls into Susan who is his workout partner for that exercise. Billy twisted his ankle and Susan broke her arm when she tried to catch herself during the fall. Who can Billy sue and why? Who can Susan sue and why? What defenses exist for anyone you said could be sued? 2. Molly worked as a warehouse employee for a pharmaceutical company. As a condition of her employment, the pharmaceutical company required her to get a mumps vaccine. Molly, bel ieved that the vaccination would violate her religious beliefs and declined to be vaccinated. As a result, the company withdrew its offer of employment. Molly claimed that the warehouse discriminated against her on the basis of religion. Do you agree? If so, why? If not, why not? Business Administration 391: Business Law I Solution First paragraph question with answer: 1)who can billy sue? Answer:billu sue the manager of gym who not able to make clean and hygiene the gym because if there are huge crowd workout in any place it\'s important to clean area for stop accidents.. Susan sue to obviously to gym management because it \'s all management responsibility to check and make confirm that there is no again accident will happens. In my openion defence exist is of make am gripped styles on surface for sue.. Second paragraph question with answer: ANSWER: I NOT AGREE,that water house discriminated against her on the basis of religion ,Because the mains reason is first company having its rules and regulations f or every single person who connect with company and before joining company would ask aal about rules and regulations so there is no chances for do any opposite work in company .Now we go on molly\'s matter of work ,he first don\'t have any right to say about company\'s work and it\'s result after done that work if company give her any work he politely do that and don \'t make any commitments for work and second thing is that religion is doesn \'t matters in work because religion is only part of faith but work which we done is practical so in my openion and I don\'t think that Waterhouse discriminated against her on the basis of religion... Name: Description: ...
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