answer following case problem and write a brief.
1. Riki, the owner of Simply Sushi, is a sole proprietor. What are the chief characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of this form of business organization? Riki wants to obtain additional capital to expand Simply Sushi, but she does not want to lose control of the firm.
As a sole proprietor, what is her best option to attain these goals?
2. Dairy Co. sells raw cream directly to the public. Maxwell gets sick after consuming some of Fairy Co.’s raw cream. Maxwell sues Dairy Co. and argues that the raw cream is a “good” under the definition in Division 2 of the Commercial Code (UCC) and, therefore, the provisions of Division 2 apply to the contract. Dairy Co. argues that the raw cream is not a “good” and, therefore, the common law of contracts applies.
Which provisions (of the UCC, or other laws) do you think Maxwell is applying in this case? Who wins, and why?
3.Samantha is the president of Nummy Foods Corporation, a wholesale grocery company. An inspection by Hugo, a government agent, uncovers unsanitary conditions in the company’s fresh produce warehouse caused by Vance, a Nummy Foods employee. Wilbur, a Nummy Foods vice president, assures Hugo that the situation will be corrected, but a later inspection finds that the warehouse is still unsanitary. Samantha claims that she knows nothing about any of this.
Can Nummy Foods be convicted of a crime/tort in these circumstances? If so, which crime (or tort)? Under which law might Samantha be held personally liable?