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Process for Bringing a Discrimination Suit in the US Courts
John is an employee in a private sector organization. He wants to file a discrimination complaint against his employer. Write answer explaining the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes.
Explain how the complaint begins with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and proceeds through the civil litigation process from the state level up to the United States Supreme Court.
References: EEOC Web site at: http://www.eeoc.gov,
U.S. Court System Web site at: http://www.uscourts.gov
Different types of business entities LLC
I am trying to understand the pros and cons of choosing a different type of entity (Limited liability, Corporation Partnership, franchises or sole proprietorship) which best suits each situation below...justifying why you have chosen the specific type of entity to do business in a particular form, or, in the case of an existing business, to change to a different business form.
Joe operates a local gardening and tree trimming business. Joe also does some light landscaping work for a few of his commercial accounts. Joe is very successful and has enough clients to keep him busy, along with at least three workers, working six days a week. Occasionally, a client rents a piece of equipment...
Little Lamb Company needs an additional programmer for a special project. The company enters into a contract with Mary to complete this project. Just as the project is nearing completion, a new need arises for her services. She is asked to continue with the company to complete the new project. While completing the new project, the supervisor begins working more closely with Mary and requires her to use company materials and equipment while adhering to company work schedules. After two years, economic conditions force the company to make budget cuts. Mary is asked to leave. Thirty days later, a major contract is acquired by the company, which reinstates the need for Mary's services as a progr...