Debate This: Security Interests – Law firm 1assignment

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In this assignment, you are to 1.) Make sure you have read Chapter 1 in your text and very carefully read the Sorrell vs. IMF Health case summary in Chapter 1.
2.) Read the following transcript about the decision in the case:
https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/564/552/(Links to an external site.)
3.) Read the following scholarly article updating the issues of the Sorrell case:
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3740346(Links to an external site.)
(Links to an external site.)
3.) Based on those readings, enter into the discussion forum below and discuss your take-aways from the case. This not a formal IRAC – style case briefing, rather an informal discussion with your peers where you discuss what you understand (and maybe still don’t) about the case. Specifically, you should discuss the following:
What is the outcome of the case?
Do you think the decision in this case was the right one? Why or why not?
Feel free to do your own additional research on the case if you like.
(Links to an external site.)
4.) After you have posted your own take-aways from the case readings then you will need to return to the “Discussions” section and COMMENT on the analysis post made by one other student. Your comments should reflect your own knowledge of the case and the related legal concepts and respond to, and/or expand upon, the observations made by the other student. You cannot respond to another’s posting before you post your own initial commentary. Failure to follow this rule will result in points being deducted!
Guidelines for comment on one of your peers’ discussions:
Be timely, respectful, use proper sentence structure, grammar, etc.
Do you agree or disagree with anything in your peers’ discussion?
Suggest ways your peers can improve upon their current argument or exposition.
How has their discussion affected your opinion/take on the prompt? Has it changed at all?
If someone responds to your post, follow up if necessary.
Remember, only AFTER you have posted your own comment, you are to REPLY to the comment of one other student. Your reply should reflect and expand upon what the other student has posted. All comments and replies should be relevant, thoughtful, and respectful of others’ points of view, although you should not feel that this is intended to censor your own point of view, should it differ – just be respectful of one another!
Grading:
Discussions and Comments.Most modules have discussion prompts, which ask you to think both critically and creatively about the texts you are reading and other topics of interest in this course.You will be graded both for the quality of your thinking and for the quality of your writing, so might want to consider beginning the textual part of your discussions (and possibly even your comments) in a Word document and working on it there as a draft until you are sure it is ready to submit in the course. You will also be graded for completeness, so make sure you have addressed all parts of the discussion prompt and, as necessary, provided any illustrative visual material (i.e. such as pictures, charts, etc.). Respond to discussion prompts with at least ca. 1 typed page of text (250 words), though ideally your discussions will be between ca. 500-600 word total, which of course should be your own writing. Remember that the discussions are one of your main chances to demonstrate your knowledge of the readings and (as applicable) the other module materials. Try to not to go over 800 words, unless you are carrying through with a tight and organized discourse (i.e. don’t ramble). All of the aforementioned applies, though to a lesser degree (because they will be briefer), to the comments that you will make on one of your peer’s Discussions. Comments have no word-limits, but make sure your comments are substantive, i.e. that you are not merely parroting something in the discussion, but that you are thinking some aspect of the discussion through and showing that you are able to understand and appreciate the implications and add a new perspective, however subtle it might be.

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