Suppose your selected case never went through the legal court system. What methods of ADR are available to pursue? Which of these ADR methods do you think is the most appropriate? Explain your answer.
Rep. Bachmann Article
Resource: “Rep. Bachmann: Tax Bill Violates Article 1, Section 7 of U.S. Constitution” on the course materials page
Read “Rep. Bachmann: Tax Bill Violates Article 1, Section 7 of U.S. Constitution”.
Consider the following quotation from this article:
"The House of Representatives is expected to vote on the tax deal passed by the Senate on Thursday or Friday. The bill was the result of a deal cut between President Barack Obama and Republican congressional leaders. Article 1, Section 7 of the Constitution states: ’All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills’” (Ballasy, 2010).
Discuss how the following could occur given what Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution says. Is this decision wrong?
Resource: “How To Form A Single Member LLC” infographic on the student website
Read the information contained in the “How To Form A Single Member LLC” infographic.
Research the background to LLC formation with only one member.
Write a brief summary of your research findings.
Business Forms Discussion
Discuss with your Learning Team the difference between subchapter S, partnership, limited liability partnership, and Limited Liability Corporation? As a team, discuss in what business setting you would want to use a pass-through form. Is one form better suited than another? Why or why not?
Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper
Review the assignment options described below. These options are found in the University of Phoenix Material: Traditional and Nontraditional Litigation Paper located on the student website.
· Option 1: Write a paper of no more than 700 words in which you compare and contrast the traditional litigation system with the nontraditional forms of ADR.
· Option 2: Write a paper of no more than 700 words in which you explain the legal issues presented in the Litigation and Alternatives video.
Select and complete one of the options.