Please respond to thefollowing:
1. Watch the short video onbasic corporate structure and business entities. The video helps explain someof the legal nuances of a corporation and compares the corporation to other typesof business entities discussed in the text.
o Understanding Corporate Structure (1:07)
o Exploringbusiness entity types | Small business | lynda.com (10:10)
1(a). A friend has asked you to helpher decide how to protect her soon-to-be-opened bakery from liability, whilestill maintaining a business structure that fits her needs. Compare andcontrast two (2) different possible business entities that would be suitablefor her and explain why. Be sure to support your response with legal reasoning.
2. Review the article / video below, which setsthe stage for your discussion response.Did Target ignore data breachwarnings? (2:55)
2(a). Based on the video, did thecompany presented in the video allow a breach of security based on the laws andideas discussed in the text? Why or why not? What was done to help remedy thesituation, and was it enough based on the legal standard? What legal stepsshould the company take (or should the company have taken) to avoid personalidentity or information from being compromised? Be sure to support yourresponse.
3. Review this video, which reports the growingnumber of evictions as rents rise and property values increase. After 50 yearsat the same address, a 98-year-old woman faces eviction. Although laws aredifferent in each state, renters are having a harder time fightingevictions. o Woman, 98, Evicted From SanFrancisco Apartment After 50 Years
3 (a). Suppose you are the judge, and a case is presented before you werea tenant is facing eviction. The landlord has been in constant contact with thetenant and is able to supply the texts and notes to the tenant. However, thetenant agrees that the landlord did contact him, but the tenant claims therewas not sufficient notice. The landlord is able to show months of texts andnotes begging for the rent from the tenant. What are the legal considerationsyou would evaluate to determine the claims of the tenant and the landlord? Inwhose favor would you rule, and why? Be sure to support your legal analysis.