You must include 4 – 8 appropriate references presented in Vancouver style The whole report and its requirements: (1500 words) your task will be to write a structured report on the….
Real-Life Audience: The law does not exist in a world of legal abstraction
Real-Life Audience: The law does not exist in a world of legal abstraction. Rather, I want you to appreciate that the law is a tool for actual ethical application to our lives. For this reason, I want you to create a scenario where your research and recommendations serve to advise your firm on your chosen issue, (<link is hidden> you might be the General Counsel writing a memo to the V.P of Human Resources on what factors to consider in drafting a fair employment contract to use for the firm).
Your memorandum should describe the relevant law that would apply to the situation and consider the context of the audience to whom this memo is written. (<link is hidden> how would my explaining the law be helpful strategically to the person drafting the contract?). To write your paper, you should include at least 5 sources, which could be statutes, cases, law review articles, or general periodicals (Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal or similar). No more than two of your five sources can be from these general, or popular press, periodicals.
Purpose: Your purpose is to provide practical legal advice to solve a business problem in a way that also furthers the business objectives of the firm. For example, your memo should explain the law and help the decision makers to balance both risks and business objectives. (<link is hidden> you draft a covenant not to compete that is too broad, it might dissuade employees from leaving and competing with the firm. But if it is ruled to be overly broad, it may be struck down and the firm will be unprotected from outside competition.)
Your memorandum should not be a Wikipedia-like treatment of the topic, full of history and dry description, but should instead reflect your individualized research crafted around the audience whose legal problem you are solving. You should explain the topic, discuss the pros and cons of an approach to it, and then make a well-supported argument that favors a particular approach or action. Your copying and pasting or incorrectly paraphrasing of others’ work will be viewed as an intellectual integrity violation and will be closely scrutinized. The paper will go through SafeAssign to check for originality and integrity issues.