Objectives: To provide an analysis of technology and cyber law through a case re

Objectives:
To provide an analysis of technology and cyber law through a case review
Apply information learned from this case to your business concept
Instructions:
Read the court opinion for Panavision v. Dennis Toeppen (9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1998).  In a few paragraphs, discuss your thoughts regarding Toeppen’s actions and the court’s ruling.
2.  How can this court opinion apply to your company’s planning for your website?
Deliverables:
Initial post must be made before Wednesday at 11:59 PM Eastern time and response post must be completed before the Discussion Board closes on Sunday night at 11:59 PM.

Read the “The Situation” (7.4 Attached): Part I Your Initial Post Answer the fol

Read the “The Situation” (7.4 Attached):
Part I
Your Initial Post
Answer the following questions in your initial post:
1. What is your view of the impact of the Internet on your life?
2. Should Internet users have a Right to Privacy? If not, does the lack of privacy have any influence on how you use the Internet?
3. Should employers have access to your complete history on the Internet? How about employment information?
4. Should the government have unlimited access to everyone’s information on the Internet? How about Big Tech, should they be in charge of your data?
5. Should businesses, individuals, police, and the government have access to facial recognition capabilities? Or, should it be banned entirely or controlled through due process of the law (warrant- only used where probable cause exists)?
6. Should Internet companies be permitted to censor information, opinions, pictures, based on company policies and editors’ beliefs? Or, should the companies leave censorship to the users and posters?
7. Should Internet users have access to an app that allows users to send junk mail bombs back through the Internet to junk mail originators, blasting them with messages to “Stop the Traffic?” Sort of like an Internet protest rally?
8. Should there be a separate non-commercial Internet for users that do not want the volume of traffic of unsolicited traffic, data collection, or tracking devices following you wherever you go?
9. Should there be a children’s Internet with full parental values control that restricts Internet use and down traffic access? Or is the “Off Button” enough?
10. Should Big Tech be protected from violating your constitutional rights?
Part 2
1. Develop a detailed “Pro and Con” chart covering six areas from the legislation list passed by other states and the potential impact the legislation if it existed in Florida. In other words, pick 6 pro’s and con’s from the various states and how they would apply to Sally’s restaurant.

Objectives: Recognize the forms of intellectual property and how each form works

Objectives:
Recognize the forms of intellectual property and how each form works to safeguard unique creations
Become versed in legal terminology and industry-specific contracts and licenses
Instructions:
Create a list of four IP items that your company will create and want to protect. This list may include items such as your logo or the marketing materials you will develop for your company.  Explain how and why you will protect each item, i.e. which government office/registration method will you use.)
List an IP item your business will need to license from another company/organization.  Explain how you will legally use that IP from the other company, i.e. how will you gain permission to use it.
Deliverables:
Explain the item your company will create, why you will protect it and how you will safeguard this item. Detail what you would need from another company to utilize the IP item you will need to use.  Include proper APA format and references.
My Company :  https://www.lvtproductions.com/

Objectives: To provide a platform for analysis and discussion of industry tips A

Objectives:
To provide a platform for analysis and discussion of industry tips
Apply information learned to your experiences and future business concept
Instructions:
Review the interview of Julee Milham, Chair Emeritus of the Entertainment, Art & Sports Law Section of The Florida Bar. Explain three key concepts that you found most beneficial in a few paragraphs. 
How can these concepts help you with your professional goals?

Many businesses area concerned about hacking and unwanted intrusion into custome

Many businesses area concerned about hacking and unwanted intrusion into customer information. At the same time, however, many businesses desire more freedom in relation to contacting current and potential customers. Review the following from the “Additional Resources” section and discuss the questions below Defending the Digital Frontier (Links to an external site.) and CAN-SPAM ACT: A Compliance Guide for Business (Links to an external site.).
a. What steps do you believe that businesses should take in order to safeguard customer information?
b. What responsibility do you believe customers have in relation to safeguarding their own identities?
c. What can be done to make consumer transactions safer?
d. Do you agree with restrictions placed on businesses by the CAN-SPAM Act, and why or why not?
Link: https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/can-spam-act-compliance-guide-business

• Bob’s Lumber Company was making a delivery of lumber to a job site one sunny m

• Bob’s Lumber Company was making a delivery of lumber to a job site one sunny morning. In transport, a couple of pieces of lumber fell from the delivery truck onto the highway. It turns out that Bob’s Lumber Company used old ropes and failed to adequately secure the lumber on the truck. Jane regularly travels the highway going to work each morning. As she normally does, Jane checks her work voicemail while traveling. Not seeing the lumber in the highway, Jane hit a piece of the lumber, and crashed into another car. The other car burst into flames and started a fire that burned a 20-acre tract of land.
• Jane and the owner of the 20-acre tract of land sue Bob’s Lumber Company for damages resulting from the accident, alleging negligence.
• The owner of Bob’s Lumber Company, Bob, is your neighbor and knows you are taking a law course. Bob tells you that he plans to see his lawyer tomorrow, but in advance of the meeting, asks whether you know anything about negligence, and whether you think his company will have liability arising from this situation. He asks you for advice on how to proceed.
• In one page or less single spaced, what will you tell Bob?
• Be sure to address (i) the required elements of a negligence claim and (ii) whether you believe Bob’s will have any liability.

After reading the article “Harsh Reality: When Producers and Networks Should Be

After reading the article “Harsh Reality: When Producers and Networks Should Be Liable for Negligence and Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress” 23_Seton_Hall_J._Sports_&_Ent._L._187,_.pdf listed in the “Additional Resources” section, please prepare a three to four page written summary double-spaced with standard one-inch margins using the following guidelines and the grading rubric. Each journal review paper should contain the following information:
• Student Name
• Article Citation
• Article Summary (bulleted list): The student must list five to ten key points from the article.
• Special Insights: These might include questions raised but not answered by the article or particular applications to the student’s personal/professional life.
ARTICLE ATTACHED

This is what you need to do for the Hypothetical Corporation Assignment. 1. Thi

This is what you need to do for the Hypothetical Corporation Assignment.
1. Think of any business idea. I want you to pick something you are passionate about (no Chicken business please!) Imagine you are going to create a business that you are passionate about. I want you to choose one business entity between a General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Corporation or Limited Liability Company. You will write me a short paragraph why you chose that entity type. Tell me the advantages and disadvantages of the entity you chose and why you did not choose another entity type.
3. I want you to go to the Secretary of State’s Website (link is in your slides or just Google ‘California Secretary of State’). I want you to locate the proper form to create your new business organization. If you are preparing a Partnership, there are forms to create a General Partnership. If you are creating an LLC, there are forms for the Articles of Organization for LLC. I want you to download the form and fill it out (it is generally 1-2 pages, max). Go here to this link https://www.sos.ca.gov/business-programs/business-entities/forms
4. I want you to go to the Secretary of State’s Website and look up the corporate filing of “California Chicken Cafe” which is one of my favorite restaurants in the Valley. You need to hit “LLC/LP” search and search for California Chicken Cafe. Then I want you to click on the PDF that says “Registration” and look at their Limited Partnership filing. It is 12 pages. Tell me who are the General Partners and who is the Limited Partners. Tell me what their split is for profits and losses.
So, what you will be submitted to me is as follows:
1. Your business idea and explanation why you chose that business entity.
2. Copy of your hypothetical make-believe Articles of Incorporation or Parntership document, etc filled out completely (made up address, registered agent, shares of company, etc).
3. Look up California Chicken Cafe’s partnership document. Tell me what kind of entity this is. Are they a general partnership? LLC? LP? Corporation? Then I want you to tell me who are the general and limited partners (it’s written in the document) and look to see what their proposed split is regarding sharing profits and losses.
Group all of this into 1 big document PDF and will be submitting it on Canvas.

Objectives: To provide a platform for analysis and discussion of a proposed mana

Objectives:
To provide a platform for analysis and discussion of a proposed management contract for an artist
Apply information learned from this and prior classes to analyze how this deal would impact the artist
Instructions:
Read the proposed management agreement to gain a better understanding of contracts as a whole. In a few paragraphs, analyze and discuss three clauses that concern you if the artist signed this deal.
How could these clauses be improved?
Deliverables:
Initial post must be made before Wednesday at 11:59 PM Eastern time and response post must be completed before the Discussion Board closes on Sunday night at 11:59 PM.

Objectives: Identify & assess liabilities within the entertainment industry and

Objectives:
Identify & assess liabilities within the entertainment industry and create strategies to reduce or eliminate these risks
Research and analyze published court opinions that currently impact a variety of industry concerns and apply the court rulings to create a business strategy to avoid future litigation
Instructions:
Identify five legal liabilities that might apply to your business.  Include a brief explanation, in your own words, about why your business would be prone to each of these liabilities. Keep in mind that you will focus on one of these liabilities for your final research paper.
List an actual court case (i.e. a written opinion by a judge deciding the outcome of the lawsuit) for each liability that is directly associated with that liability topic.  Additionally, give a short summary (2-3 sentences) of the case in your own words. For each case, include the case name, court, and year of decision. Be sure to cite any quotes or paraphrases you use from outside sources in APA format, even if your source is the court case you are listing.
Deliverables:
A detailed outline of legal liabilities your company may face within the industry, identification five decided court opinions and a brief summary of each of the five judicial opinions.  Remember to comply with APA requirements and include proper cover page and references page.