The copy rights of the original publishers might have been violated since CCS copies and sells their original materials without permission. Copy rights laws prohibit any publications of any work without the permission of the authors expect under specific circumstances. However, CCS would defend itself on grounds of fair use policy under the copy right laws. Fair use policy allows copying part of published work for use in colleges, research, news reporting, and scholarship. Under fair use policy, the copying body does not require to seek permission from the original authors. The court would rule in favor of CCS since they have not violated the copy right laws of fair use. There is no evidence that the material copied is sold for an amount higher than the original work and it is clear that it is made for college use only.
Yes, Tasty Foods Corporation can be convicted of crimes of not adhering to sanitary laws and yes, Sophie as the president of Tasty Foods Corporation can be held personally responsible in these circumstances for negligence. First, the vice-resident assured that the situation shall be corrected and it was not. Since the vice president is part of the management team, it is imperative that the management failed on its part to change the situation. Sophie as the president has the express mandate to ensure all regulation are followed and hence can be taken personally liable for the problem.
Although National may sue for compensatory damages, National may not recover the money from overland. The situation point out that Overland’s agreement is to return the pump as soon the repairs are complete. There seem to be no link that the delay is caused by overland and, therefore, cannot be forced to compensate the National. It could have been caused by the repairing company. However, in the event that the delay was caused by Overland, then, National can recover all the losses accrued after the fifth day for breaching the contract.
The court would consider the copyright laws that Cole might have infringed that arise from breach of the contract. It is possible that Cole could have copied the ideas of his clients and used them as his. In this case, the court has to determine the similarities between Cole’s products and that of Best Products Inc. If Cole’s ideas are not similar to those of Best Products, Cole ought to be allowed to ‘compete’ with Best product since they are not yet in operation. It is imperative that Cole would not be competing with Best products.