By the due date in your Gradebook, complete the Lesson 1 Essay: Case Analysis by
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By the due date in your Gradebook, complete the Lesson 1 Essay: Case Analysis by reading the case study and following the instructions below. Using APA format (no abstract necessary), write an 500- to 600-word essay in Microsoft Word answering the questions below.
Review the essence of a partnership (see Chart 2) and answer the following questions:
Was she a partner or an employee?
What legal sources should Jenny use (attorney, websites, etc.)
Explain how Jenny could have avoided this conflict.
How would you advise the owners and their daughter to avoid this situation in the future?
The essay must include an introduction, body, and conclusion, and address all parts of the question. Please note that originality is the expectation – your own words with reference support. Overuse of direct quotes and copy and paste are not acceptable and may be considered as plagiarism. (See your Syllabus for details.)
Make sure to cite any references you use. At a minimum, you must cite at least 1 (one) peer reviewed article or legal website.
All references must be cited in APA format as noted in the Introduction Lesson. Please refer to the grading matrix as shown in the Syllabus for essay
Analyze the case below.
Jenny Wright started working at Ace Hardware, a franchise owned jointly by her mother, Dotty Smith, and her step-father, Don Smith. Within the month, the three made an agreement to have Jenny assume some of the managing responsibilities from her step-father. Jenny was excited to take over part of the managerial paperwork while continuing her role as sales clerk in the business. There was no written agreement to share in the store’s profits, although she took the title, manager. The bank account for the business remained in Don Smith’s name, and there was no change to the tax information with the state. Several months later, Jenny slipped on the sales floor and dislocated her shoulder. The store’s insurer, The Hartford, paid Jenny temporary disability benefits. After returning to work, Jenny was notified that the claim would be changed on the basis of new information that she was co-owner under the agreement with her mother and step-father. The Hartford claim classified Jenny incorrectly as an employee.