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Flash of Genius Movie Assignment in Google Classroom

Flash of Genius Movie Assignment

Watch and answer the following questions from the attached worksheet. 

This money speaks to consumer rights, patent protection and ownership rights. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, January 18 9:45 AM

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Consumer Protection Scavenger Hunt in Google Classroom

Consumer Protection Scavenger Hunt

Complete the attached worksheet (Due Thursday, 01/16/24)
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, January 16 9:46 AM

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Celebrities in Crime in Google Classroom

Celebrities in Crime

Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, January 11 7:53 AM

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Chapter 15 Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Chapter 15 Vocabulary

Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, January 8 7:50 AM

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Consumer Protection Case Study in Google Classroom

Consumer Protection Case Study

Open document attached and complete assignment by Wednesday, January 10th. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, January 8 7:50 AM

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Bell Ringer - Consumer Rights in Google Classroom

Bell Ringer - Consumer Rights

Watch this video (will be played in class) and think of a time when you believe your consumer rights were compromised...or maybe a friend or family member.

Share your experience on a Google Doc and submit...
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, January 9 7:51 AM

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Peters v. Apple  in Google Classroom

Peters v. Apple

Greetings,

Recently, a lawsuit was settled with Apple. Read the article below and answer the following questions...

1) What was the central issue/complaint from the plaintiff?

2) What did the plaintiff request for compensation?

3) What was the outcome of the case? Will there be any payment(s)?

4) Who is entitled to any compensation (if applicable)?

5) How will this impact Apple or other tech companies moving forward (based on what you read)?

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2023/12/15/apple-settles-peters-family-sharing-plan-lawsuit/71937851007/
https://www.petersfamilysharingplan.com/


https://www.cbsnews.com/news/peters-vs-apple-settlement-how-to-file-claim-lawsuit/
Created by Berry Harmon: Friday, January 5 7:57 AM

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FOR MY EXAM TAKERS ONLY in Google Classroom

FOR MY EXAM TAKERS ONLY

Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, December 12 11:54 AM

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Semester Exam Review in Google Classroom

Semester Exam Review

Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, December 11 7:50 AM

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White Collar Crime in Google Classroom

White Collar Crime

Complete the assignment attached. Use the embedded links and Chapter Four to complete assignment. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, November 27 7:46 AM

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Chapter Four - Outline  in Google Classroom

Chapter Four - Outline

Complete during class discussion and during downtime. Terms available from Ch.4 Pages. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, November 13 7:45 AM

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Chapter Four Vocabulary in Google Classroom

Chapter Four Vocabulary

Complete the document.
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, November 13 7:45 AM

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Business Contracts  in Google Classroom

Business Contracts

Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, November 9 11:46 AM

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Contract Law Exercise in Google Classroom

Contract Law Exercise

Complete activities in the worksheet provided. 

Open the links provided in the worksheet to complete the assignment. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, November 6 7:50 AM

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Employment Contracts in Google Classroom

Employment Contracts

Lesson and Work Assignment Attached
Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, November 2 7:50 AM

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Court Systems Knowledge Check in Google Classroom

Court Systems Knowledge Check

Created by Berry Harmon: Wednesday, November 1 7:49 AM

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The Wedding Planner in Google Classroom

The Wedding Planner

Partner with a student and play the role of planner or client to complete the wedding planner contract. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, October 30 7:49 AM

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Summary of Cases in Google Classroom

Summary of Cases

Review the cases from the Worksheet provided and provide a quick summary of the decision from each case. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, October 24 7:48 AM

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Somebody Cappin' on Hershey's?! in Google Classroom

Somebody Cappin' on Hershey's?!

Check out the document attached and complete the tasks...
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, October 17 7:43 AM

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Cell Phone Privacy Case in Google Classroom

Cell Phone Privacy Case

Read the article below and complete attached worksheet. Use the worksheet to answer questions about the case. 

https://law.stanford.edu/2018/06/22/supreme-court-defends-privacy-in-cell-phone-location-data-collection/
Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, October 12 7:41 AM

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Chapter Three Outline Notes in Google Classroom

Chapter Three Outline Notes

Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, October 3 7:46 AM

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Pick Twelve! in Google Classroom

Pick Twelve!

The justice process begins with voir dire, or the selection of a jury. Typically, thirty to sixty
adults are chosen to appear on a jury panel, and the opposing attorneys take
turns removing people from the panel who they feel will be least likely to
“find” for their clients. They do this by studying the jurors’ information
cards and by questioning them. Attorneys have a limited number of exemptions,
or “challenges,” that they can use to remove jurors. The goal is to find the
jury who will be most sympathetic to their client. Today, you will be simulating
choosing a twelve person jury for both a civil case and a criminal case.

Open the assignment attached to begin...you may work in pairs...
Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, October 5 7:54 AM

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Oh Snap! in Google Classroom

Oh Snap!

Review the following article and complete the attached worksheet that corresponds with the article. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, October 3 7:46 AM

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Federal Agency Project  in Google Classroom

Federal Agency Project

Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, September 18 7:33 AM

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Three Branches Worksheet in Google Classroom

Three Branches Worksheet

Make a copy and fill in worksheet in Google Docs. Submit in GC. Thank you!
Created by Berry Harmon: Wednesday, September 6 11:33 AM

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What would you do in this case?! in Google Classroom

What would you do in this case?!

Read the attached article and share your commentary about how you would approach this particular case. Submit your answer on a Google Doc and submit when completed.
Created by Berry Harmon: Tuesday, September 5 11:35 AM

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IKEA - Age Discrimination Case in Google Classroom

IKEA - Age Discrimination Case

Read article and complete the worksheet from the attached document.
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, August 28 11:22 AM

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Apple v. FBI and Privacy Protection in Google Classroom

Apple v. FBI and Privacy Protection

Laws are in place to protect and serve the People. However, sometimes that can be debated on how far that should extend. In this video, Rene Ritchie (tech blogger) discusses the case of Apple and the FBI regarding privacy control on mobile devices. 

Watch this video and share YOUR thoughts on this topic. How much privacy do you want? Do you trust your information in the hands of others? Do you believe our information is already out there and what purpose is it for this debate?! What laws currently protect you from giving up your device to law enforcement agencies? 

Write a paragraph summary by answering the previous questions and share any factual based info that supports your stance. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Wednesday, August 23 7:22 AM

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What's Law Got To Do With It? in Google Classroom

What's Law Got To Do With It?

Complete activity attached in the assignment. You can work as individual or in a group. Be sure to turn in assignment per every student!
Created by Berry Harmon: Friday, August 18 11:23 AM

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Chapter One - Law Outline Review in Google Classroom

Chapter One - Law Outline Review

Complete Outline to correspond with Chapter One - Law review. 
Created by Berry Harmon: Monday, August 14 9:28 AM

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Weird Laws Webquest in Google Classroom

Weird Laws Webquest

Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, August 17 7:30 AM

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Who are You? in Google Classroom

Who are You?

in this assignment, you will answer the question...who are you? 

In Business (especially during the interview process), employers and prospective business partners will want to get to know you. You may only have a few minutes to describe yourself....

In this assignment, I will be looking for you to show and describe what makes you, YOU, through pictures and words.

You will have time on Thursday and Friday to work on this assignment and it will be due on Monday, August 14th. 

As the assignment states, be as creative as possible!!! 

See attached assignment for details!
Created by Berry Harmon: Thursday, August 10 7:27 AM

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Feedback Worksheet - Soft Skills in Google Classroom

Feedback Worksheet - Soft Skills

Created by Berry Harmon: Wednesday, August 9 7:26 AM