I have to prepare and submit a word document with a focus on Rule 403 answering

I have to prepare and submit a word document with a focus on Rule 403 answering the following questions:
1. What is the relationship between Rules 401 and 403?
2. What appears to have been the intent behind Rule 403? Does
the way in which it is worded tell you anything about its intended purpose? If
so, how?
3. A’s lawyer offers a piece of evidence. B’s lawyer objects,
citing Rule 403 and urging that the evidence must be excluded because it
“prejudices” B. Will this claim, by itself, result in an order
sustaining B’s objection and excluding the evidence in question? Why/why not?
4. Find and read three cases that address Rule 403. Each case
has to have been decided by either a federal circuit court, the Arizona Supreme
Court, or the Arizona Court of Appeals.
5. Cite the cases. In discussing each case, talk enough about
the underlying facts enough to illuminate the “403” issue. What does
the case tell you about how Rule 403 should be interpreted and applied? Do you
agree with the Court’s conclusion(s) about Rule 403? Why/why not?

Select a problem or project from a relatively current workplace safety legislat

Select a problem or project from a relatively current workplace safety
legislation/regulation/judicial decision or some combination thereof
relating, preferably, to the field of aviation, and/or as otherwise
approved by the instructor. The selected legislation/regulation/judicial
decision project should be actual and contemporary.
The Selected topic is the
Safe Aircraft Maintenance
Standards Act.
Research the bill, the perspective of who was for
it, who was against it, and why in each instance. As well the positive
and negative aspects it would have on the safety of the airline
companies/industry. And
Is this something the International Civil
Aviation Organization should be involved in, as do we want regulators from all
nations being in all nations checking on these aspects?
Here are a few references:
https://www.transportation.gov/testimony/federal-aviation-administrations-oversight-foreign-aviation-repair-stations
https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/airplane-maintenance-outsourcing-tests-bounds-of-safety-18872
https://blog.satair.com/what-is-the-safe-aircraft-maintenance-standards-act

ESSAY Note: You receive no credit for repeating the facts in your answer. [Any r

ESSAY
Note: You receive no credit for repeating the facts in your answer.
[Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events, is purely coincidental.]
On April 27, 2021, Ms. S, a citizen of France, was running for Mount Saint Vincent Adult Ed Class President. She gave a loud speech, in the college’s courtyard, near Founder’s Hall. She told the audience of about 100 people that her opponent, Ms. E, had leprosy, RPI Deficiency, and had stolen thousands of dollars from Mount Saint Vincent.
Ms. K was from Argentina. She was in the audience. She was nervous, because she was the class Treasurer, and was allowed to sign checks for class activities. For months, she had access to blank Mount Saint Vincent checks. Every week, wrote a check to “Kelly Instructional Aids, Inc.” and cashed each one at a new mall that opened in Maryland, using fake i.d.
Suddenly, Ms. M, Ms. E’s friend, visiting from Florida, jumped up and whipped out a pistol from her pocketbook. She yelled, “You’re a damn liar!” and aimed at Ms. S. Ms. S instantly saw the gun and ducked below the lectern. Ms. M fired several times. One of the bullets struck Ms. T, who had wandered onto the campus from Riverdale Avenue, carefully avoiding the security guard, looking for something to steal. People began shouting and running. Ms. M yelled as loud as she could, “Fire! There’s fire in Founder’s Hall!” Then she ran away.
Ms. B, a Pennsylvania resident, was nearby, and had been drinking. She called out, “I’m a doctor!” which was not true. She began helping Ms. T, and accidentally broke Ms. T’s arm. Then she laughed about it, and Ms. T was very upset, and had a bad anxiety attack.
Ms. O, a security officer for Mount Saint Vincent, was listening to the speech and tried to catch Ms. M. In the confusion, she accidentally grabbed Ms. R. Mistakenly thinking she was the shooter, she locked Ms. R in a storage closet, in the Fonthill Castle, for two (2) hours.
Mr. J was present in the courtyard because he was trying to convince the school to agree to his terms for a teaching position. While there, he sold several students Rolex watches, for $50 each. His ankle was grazed by a ricocheting bullet, but there was no blood and he was running away when he tripped and fell, injuring his back.
Discuss all the present laws, rights, liabilities and legal implications involved in the above fact pattern from all the characters’ points of view, according to the subjects studied in this course.

This is the format the Prof. provided Project Paper Structure Once your paper p

This is the format the Prof. provided
Project Paper Structure
Once your paper proposal is approved you can continue to work on research and composing your paper.
Your paper should be structured as follows:
1. Introduction
2. Case/Topic Description
3. Case/Topic Analysis
4. Implications and Recommendations
5. Conclusion
6. References
Introduction
The introduction should provide a brief overview of the cybercrime case/topic and inform the reader of the core issue of the paper, as well as provide a brief outline on the sections. It is recommended to write the introduction during the final stages of composing the paper.
Case Description
Describe your case as detailed as possible. Include information on the context (social and technological depending on what is applicable to your case). Find at least five substantial sources on your case to respond to the questions of:
What happened? – Outline relevant events chronologically;
Where did it happen? -Consider national jurisdictions are involved;
Who was involved? – Describe the actors (offenders and victims) of the event/issue;
What was the response from law enforcement?
What is the cybercrime concern and why is it important?
Note, that based on your case/topic not all of these questions might be relevant. Adapt to the relevant information to present the cybercrime concerns of your project and try to address why it is a problem.
Case Analysis
Analyze the elements of your case that you outlined in the description based on their characteristics and methods. Some of you focused on an individual, others mentioned a group, or discussed a cybercrime issue in general. Make sure to pinpoint social, moral, or technical problems of the case.
The questions below are guidelines on what you should cover in the analysis. Not all are necessarily applicable depending on your case, but this might give you ideas to approach the analysis.
What were the offenders’ background and motives?
How significant were cultural and/or technological aspects to the case?
What was the modus operandi/strategy of the crime and what circumstance did the offenders take advantage of?
What was the response to the crime by law enforcement, government, and society.
How is the crime a systemic problem?
How did the offenders organize and how was the group structured?
4. .Case Implications
Discuss the implications based on your analysis in terms of the impact of the crime on society and/or a specific population, government, law enforcement, or specific organizations. Provide recommendations and strategies to mitigate the cybercrime concern.
As your topics cover quite a broad spectrum, the list below are suggestions for directions you can take.
Identify the harms inflicted on the victims and if applicable, the costs incurred.
Are there any existing measures that address the problem and are they successfully implemented and appropriate?
Who are the actors that should be involved in addressing the problem?
Are there technical solutions to the problem?
What should be the role of the criminal justice system to address the crime problem?
Conclusion
Wrap up your paper by summarizing the most important points. You can also include your opinion here.
References
List your references in APA-Style at the end of the paper. All your references must be from credible sources.
Below is the proposal on the topic. You can include some of the information lol.
Yahoo is known for providing online utilities such as email, chat groups, instant messaging, and search engines. In 1994, Jerry Yang and David Filo designed and created yahoo. Over the years it has grown rapidly and today they have over 225 million active users. Like many companies, Yahoo became a victim of cybercrime. In 2014, Yahoo data was breached by Russian hackers. The hackers were able to obtain phone numbers, passwords, email addresses, birthdates, and security questions/answers for 500 million people (McAndrew, 2018). Yahoo did not make this information public despite having one of the largest data breaches. Because the information stolen by the hacker was for sale on the dark web, this data breach was critical. Yahoo data breach did not become known till 2016. According to McAndrew, in 2016, yahoo and Verizon were in talks of making business. Yahoo would sell its operating business to Verizon. As Yahoo began to inform Verizon of the company’s process and data, they only disclosed nonserious data breaches. Till yahoo’s new chief information security officer (CISO) exposes the data breach’s truth. McAndrew stated that Yahoo “filed the Verizon stock purchase agreement—containing an affirmative misrepresentation as to the non-existence of such breaches—as an exhibit to a July 25, 2016, Form 8-K” (McAndrew, 2018). An 8-K form is a form that all companies are obligated to report under the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to inform all shareholders of the companies’ progress. Yahoo lied in the 8-k form and denied the 2014 data breach from taking place. This denial and non-disclosure affected Yahoo’s reputation and financially. Their stocks decrease, lost billions of money in market capitalization, and affected their contact with Verizon
SEC filed the first case and penalty against Yahoo for failure to report the known data breach in public filings. Yahoo violated the Securities Act and the Securities Exchange Act. They were ordered to pay 35 million dollars for their part in the breach. As for the hackers, one of the four is in police custody and sentenced. Karim Baratov was indicted in 2017 for the yahoo hack and other cybercrime. Baratov was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of $250,000. His other co-defendants have not yet been caught but are on the FBI’s Cyber Most Wanted list.

Explain the significance of criminal law; Detail the importance of criminal law

Explain the significance of criminal law; Detail the importance of
criminal law in Emergency Services; explain differences in civil and criminal
law and distinguish between violations of civil and criminal law related to
Emergency Services; describe the elements of a crime necessary for conviction;
identify and describe the four criminal mental states; discuss the elements
required for conviction for arson in Pennsylvania and the relationship between
the act, mental state, and concurrence; explain the differences between
misdemeanors and felonies and provide one example of each that may be
encountered in Emergency Services to include the crime and possible corresponding
penalty in Pennsylvania; Identify the Part I crimes and explain how they may
encountered in Emergency Services

I. Judicial Viewpoints Automatic Waiver – This view holds that once the confid

I. Judicial Viewpoints
Automatic Waiver – This view holds that once the confidentiality is breached, the privilege is automatically waived. There is nothing that will redeem the privilege, and therefore the documents may be used by the party that received them by accident.
No Waiver – Under this view, the privilege is destroyed only when a client makes a knowing and voluntary waiver of the privilege. Therefore, the inadvertent disclosure does not constitute a waiver.
Balancing Test – The courts using the balancing test look at several factors such as the nature of the methods taken to protect the inadvertent disclosure; the efforts made to correct the error; the extent of the disclosure; and fairness. Remedies under this test range from unlimited use of the disclosed materials, to the court-ordered return of documents, to disqualification of attorneys who have reviewed inadvertently disclosed privilege documents.
Questions to Respond to
You have asked me to review the three (3) Judicial Views on handling inadvertent disclosure of confidential and privileged information i. Automatic Waiver, ii. No Waiver, and iii. Balancing Test and recommend one of the viewpoints for the judge whom you intern for as a paralegal to use in the cases that appear before her.
II. Please read the following two articles.
The first is from the ABA regarding Legal Ethical Obligations in eDiscovery and respond to the following queries:
First article
EthicsandeDiscoveryABA.pdf or access it here
https://www.americanbar.org/groups/litigation/committees/professional-liability/practice/2018/ethical-obligations-in-electronic-discovery/
1. What would you advise your law firm or legal agency to do (what’s your plan) in order to comply with these ethical obligations regarding eDiscovery?
Second article
Avoiding Common Ethical Pitfalls in eDiscovery
Avoid-Common-Ethical-Pitfalls-in-eDiscovery_Canon-Business-Process-Services.pdf
Create a list of five (5) key points you learned after reading this article.
Then choose one (1) of your five key points and explain why you believe it is important for the paralegals and lawyers in your firm to know and understand this particular point.

Drawing on what you’ve learned so far about the different capabilities of the IC

Drawing on what you’ve learned so far about the different capabilities of the IC agencies, please discuss what you believe the IC should be doing to help policymakers deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Should they simply be collecting and analyzing how the pandemic affects stability in other countries or traditional intelligence topics like terrorism? Should they be hiring doctors and developing the ability to do medical research? Or would you recommend something else entirely? The floor is yours.

ESSAY Note: You receive no credit for repeating the facts in your answer. [Any r

ESSAY
Note: You receive no credit for repeating the facts in your answer.
[Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events, is purely coincidental.]
On April 27, 2021, Ms. S, a citizen of France, was running for Mount Saint Vincent Adult Ed Class President. She gave a loud speech, in the college’s courtyard, near Founder’s Hall. She told the audience of about 100 people that her opponent, Ms. E, had leprosy, RPI Deficiency, and had stolen thousands of dollars from Mount Saint Vincent.
Ms. K was from Argentina. She was in the audience. She was nervous, because she was the class Treasurer, and was allowed to sign checks for class activities. For months, she had access to blank Mount Saint Vincent checks. Every week, wrote a check to “Kelly Instructional Aids, Inc.” and cashed each one at a new mall that opened in Maryland, using fake i.d.
Suddenly, Ms. M, Ms. E’s friend, visiting from Florida, jumped up and whipped out a pistol from her pocketbook. She yelled, “You’re a damn liar!” and aimed at Ms. S. Ms. S instantly saw the gun and ducked below the lectern. Ms. M fired several times. One of the bullets struck Ms. T, who had wandered onto the campus from Riverdale Avenue, carefully avoiding the security guard, looking for something to steal. People began shouting and running. Ms. M yelled as loud as she could, “Fire! There’s fire in Founder’s Hall!” Then she ran away.
Ms. B, a Pennsylvania resident, was nearby, and had been drinking. She called out, “I’m a doctor!” which was not true. She began helping Ms. T, and accidentally broke Ms. T’s arm. Then she laughed about it, and Ms. T was very upset, and had a bad anxiety attack.
Ms. O, a security officer for Mount Saint Vincent, was listening to the speech and tried to catch Ms. M. In the confusion, she accidentally grabbed Ms. R. Mistakenly thinking she was the shooter, she locked Ms. R in a storage closet, in the Fonthill Castle, for two (2) hours.
Mr. J was present in the courtyard because he was trying to convince the school to agree to his terms for a teaching position. While there, he sold several students Rolex watches, for $50 each. His ankle was grazed by a ricocheting bullet, but there was no blood and he was running away when he tripped and fell, injuring his back.
Discuss all the present laws, rights, liabilities and legal implications involved in the above fact pattern from all the characters’ points of view, according to the subjects studied in this course.
Note: You receive no credit for repeating the facts in your answer. [40 Points]

Olivia the plaintiff, had a personal injury action against the defendant, James

Olivia the plaintiff, had a personal injury action against the defendant, James because of an accident. A month before the two years filing deadline, the plaintiff called the defendant and asked if he would like to settle to avoid a lawsuit. The defendant accepted. A week later, the plaintiff sent the defendant a written demand. The defendant did not get back to the plaintiff until she called him a week before the deadline.
The defendant expressed his interest in her offer and stated that she did not have to worry about filing a lawsuit against him. However, he informed her that he sent her offer to the insurance company, and it is up to them to accept. Neither the defendant nor the insurance company got back to the plaintiff.
Two days after the deadline had run, the plaintiff filed a lawsuit against the defendant. The lawsuit was timely and should be dismissed.
behalf of James the defendant on the grounds that (Olivia the plaintiff) filed her complaint 2 days after the last date required by the statute of limitations write a Declaration regarding compliance with Meet and Confer requirement with two exhibits:
Exhibit 1. Your letter to Olivia ‘s attorney
Exhibit 2. The reply letter by Olivia’s attorney to you

Please read the case, “Western Air Lines, Inc. v. Criswell” on page 622-624 and

Please read the case, “Western Air Lines, Inc. v. Criswell” on page 622-624 and discuss the following questions:
What is the basis for the determination that an employer should or should not be required to test applicants on an individual basis? (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
Should an employer have available as a defense that the cost of the tests would impose a great burden on the employer? Why or why not? (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
What is the distinction the Criswell opinion makes between “reasonable necessity” and “reasonableness?” (25 points, 1 page, double-spaced)
Use the readings and resources provided in our online lecture, book, Kean library and reputable sources found on the Internet to support your viewpoints. Be sure to use your own voice in your answers. Simple copy and pastes will not be accepted. Be sure to site all sources referenced by using APA guidelines.
Textbook: Employment Law for Business 9th Edition, by Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander and Laura P. Hartman, 2018,
McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN: 978-1-259-72233-2