Lecture for Chapter 12: Sales: Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (LGLA 1351)
Lecture for Chapter 12: Sales: Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code (LGLA 1351). It gives an overview of the UCC, with special emphasis on Article 2 (goods). The lectures covers when the UCC and when the common applies. It defines key terms such as merchant, goods, and firm offer. It covers the differences between acceptance under the common law (mirror image rule) and the UCC (battle of the forms). It covers the fill in the blank options under the UCC and output and requirements contracts. It discussed unconscionability, good faith, and the writing requirement under the UCC.
Bowling Green OH/Partnership/DDBS Team/Louisville/DDBS
Bowling Green is home to Ohio's first utility-sized wind farm. In total, Bowling Green is home to four turbines that are each 257 feet tall. These turbines generate up to 7.2 megawatts of power, which is enough to supply electricity for some 3,000 residents. Located about six miles (10 km) from the city, the turbines can be seen for miles and have become a local attraction. At the site of the turbines, a solar-powered kiosk provides information for visitors, including current information on wind speeds and the amount of energy being produced by the turbines. DDBS activities will be held in Downtown Louisville, KY. Louisville has blossomed as a booming center for independent art, music and business. There are also several historical properties and items of interest in the area, including the Belle of Louisville, the oldest Mississippi-style steamboat in operation in the United States. The United States Marine Hospital of Louisville is considered by the National Park Service to be the best remaining antebellum hospital in the United States.
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DDBS aims to to support organizations who work to advance Diverse Owned Businesses. Each year the DDBS committee chooses an organization that meets specific criteria and aligns with our objectives of strengthening the capacity and scale of Diverse Owned Businesses. The Summit seeks to help leaders of large corporate entities develop and strengthen ties with diverse owned firms who have strong capacity and scalability that can help grow the corporation’s market share. By attending, guests will have the ability to attend development seminars, panel discussions, and even hear from highly sought after speakers to share their experiences in the business world of diversity. The purpose of the Derby Diversity & Business Summit is to bring elite Women, LGBTBE, Minority and Veteran Owned Enterprises together to network, develop, and ENJOY the Kentucky Derby festivities with Corporate partners seeking to further strengthen their ties with certified firms with strong capacity and scalability. The summit will cover the following topics: Big Data, The Rise of Block Chain; Advanced Manufacturing; Crypto Currencies; The Experience Economy; Smart Cities - Connecting Ecosystems; Cloud Technology; Social Entrepreneurship; Meet Gen Z; Strategic Supplier Diversity Solutions. By attending, guests will have the ability to attend development seminars, panel discussions, and even hear from highly sought after speakers to share their experiences in the business world of diversity.
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This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in creating advertising campaigns and placing such advertising in periodicals, newspapers, radio and television, or other media. These establishments are organized to provide a full range of services (i.e., through in-house capabilities or subcontracting), including advice, creative services, account management, production of advertising material, media planning, and buying (i.e., placing advertising).
After Dark: Nocturnal Landscapes and Public Spaces in the Arabian Peninsula, Panel III
In the Arabian Peninsula, public spaces are often most used after darkness falls, and the temperature along with it. This symposium explores typologies of nocturnal landscapes common in the Arabian Peninsula and in locales with similar hot climates. During this interdisciplinary event, we will ask who uses night-time landscapes and public spaces, what activities are peculiar to the night, and, ultimately, how to design for life after dark. Organized by Gareth Doherty, assistant professor of landscape architecture, and William Granara, director, Harvard University Center for Middle Eastern Studies. Supported by the Aga Khan Program in Islamic Architecture.