Prepare an analysis for the case Stambovsky v. Ackley in chapter 26 of Cross & Miller. At the top of your case study analysis state your name, the date, the unit number, and the name of the case analysis. Organize your analysis into the five heading sections described below. Consult the assignment grading rubric for how your work will be assessed.Your Case Study Analysis should be 500-750 words in APA format with proper vocabulary, style, content, grammar and mechanics. It is important to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the business law issues involved in the case, and their applicability to the chapter’s content by addressing each of the following five section items:
- Summary: Provide a summary of the company, and the facts and issues of the case. Describe in detail the main issues of the case.
- Analysis: Answer and explain the following three questions using critical thinking, examples, and research cited from at least three professional/scholarly sources (other than the textbook). State each question before your answer.
- What is the single most important business law issue presented in the case?
- What impact did the actions taken by the party(s) have on the company(s) involved?
- What could be done differently to avoid the same legal problem for the company(s) in the future?
- Updates: Conduct Internet research to provide an update to the case that was not covered in the text. The update should be dated within the last 5 years.
- Key Concept Learned: Identify the most important concept or idea you have learned from the case and explain its importance.
- Application: Explain how you may be able to use what you have learned professionally.
- 500-750 words (2-3 pages, not counting title page or references page)
- Use APA format – Refer to APA Style and the Online Writing Center resources in Academic Resources for guidance on paper and citation formatting.
- An abstract is not required
- Use support from at least three sources (not counting the textbook or other course materials) written in the past five years.
Carefully review the assignment grading rubric along with the requirements above to ensure that you understand the grading criteria.