24 Jun Review Content modules: Writing Introductory Sentences and Paragraphs Writing Concluding Paragraphs How to Support Arguments and Positions Tips for Formatting and
Review Content modules:
- Writing Introductory Sentences and Paragraphs
- Writing Concluding Paragraphs
- How to Support Arguments and Positions
Tips for Formatting and Structuring Parts 1 and 2:
- Write in complete sentences in paragraph format.
- Use in-text citations citing to relevant assignment materials.
- Label parts as appropriate.
- Double-space; 12-point Arial or Times Roman font.
- Introductory Sentence: Begin with an introductory sentence or very brief paragraph that states your conclusion to the questions asked.
- Concluding Sentence: End the discussion with a concluding sentence or a very brief paragraph that summarizes your conclusion/what you discussed.
- Support Arguments and Positions: Please refer to the module in Content, "How to Support Arguments and Positions".
At the latest Lunch and Learn seminar for TLG consultants, Winnie begins the workshop with a discussion of the case of Warren Medical.
Background Facts: Warren Medical contracted to purchase five cases of disinfectant from Clean for $100.00 per case. Clean and Warren Medical signed the written sales agreement, and it included all the necessary terms for a valid and enforceable contract.
Clean timely delivered the disinfectant to Warren Medical. However, because Warren Medical's employees were busy with other deliveries, they moved the disinfectants to a temporary garage storage facility. They did not inspect the goods before moving them. Three weeks later, Warren Medical's employees finally opened the cases and discovered the disinfectants were frozen. Warren medical wants Clean to replace the goods.
You must begin the discussion by reacting to the following question.
A. Analyze and explain whether Clean should be required to replace the disinfectants and why or why not. You must consider and apply the Uniform Commercial Code in your analysis.