I can have these for you tomorrow morning.
Will that work?
Yes that works for me.
Thank you so much for your great help.
Here is your answer.
Please click on the link above which will open up a new web page.
On the new web page click on the text that says "click here to begin download". This will open up a Word box. Click on the word "Open" in that box to open the file and read the answer.
SAVE that answer to your PC so that you can access it at any time.
Let me know when you are satisfied with the writing and I will then disable the link on this answer to prevent anyone else from viewing or seeing the response I provide here for you. This can help prevent plagarism.
On the Tomatoe company, I need a little more help the professor send the following to me and stated that my Brief has to be 3-5 page in lenght.
Here what she sent me:
As attorneys, you will prepare mock-briefs. You will identify the legal issues involved and draft them as questions, with affirmative answers, and then prepare arguments. The arguments will have to be supported by reasons and case law where appropriate. You are expected to refer to the textbooks, lecture notes, and Internet resources to make convincing arguments.
Submit your arguments making sure to cite case law and include supporting reasoning. You legal argument should be 3-5 pages in length and submitted in an MS Word Document to this Discussion Area.
Criteria for the Plaintiff's attorney:
Framed the issues correctly.
Presented articulate and coherent arguments.
Supported arguments by reasons and/or case law.
Advanced arguments to support the issues.
Asked for appropriate relief from the court.
Marshaled all the appropriate facts.
Applied the law to the facts.
I sorry for all the trouble I did not know what she wanted I thought it was just an explaination but she said that she failed to post the entire assignment.
Again, I sorry.
If you want I can pay an additional amount for your trouble, I know that it a lot of work.
When do you need the brief for the tomato case?
If I could have it by Monday that would be fine.
I so sorry,
I can actually have it ready by Saturday.
Here is the brief and the first answer.
The answers for this question are still up, meaning that anyone can access them. You requested that I provide both of them but have not accepted nor reponsed to me.
Are you accepting these or do you have any questions I can answer about them?
I sorry, I have not contacted you I fell and sustain several broken ribs, however, I did ask for an extension on the assignment and it due today. I accept you answers I will also hit the accept button.
I going to open the files in the next 2 minutes after accepting them.
I suffered some injuries in the rib area a few months ago and I can understand. It is amazing how hurting that one area can keep you from moving or getting into any comfortable position.
The Brief answer is still available, let me know if you did not save a copy of the first answer I provided to this question.
I did not know how to add a bonus on my next question I want to compensate you for all the time you spent on the Tomatoe company brief.
I going to ask customer service for help maybe I can add to a bonus to the $40.00 I just transfered to your account. Please let me know if you are not getting the money.
From what I understand you can contact JA customer service to ask them to bonus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I have been told that from the customer side the way to add a bonus is to first accept, which you have already, and then that button turns orange - and to click it for a bonus.
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