Commercial Law

The Group Research Paper is comprised of 3000 words (maximum). You are required to use the
AGLC method of referencing in footnotes. You may want to include headings and subheadings to
guide your answer. Footnotes are included in the word count, however, the Bibliography is not
included in the word count. The Group Research Paper is to be submitted via Turnitin by Friday 8
November 2019 at 4pm. Please note the University and Business School Policies in relation to
late submission of assessment tasks and non compliance with word limits and be aware that
penalties apply in each case.
● Assessment Criteria
1. Conforming with instructions (e.g. word length, font, other instructions) 2. Presentation,
communication & style (written)
3. Clarity of expression (incl. accuracy, spelling, grammar, punctuation) 4. Referencing
5. Content and range
6. Use of literature/ Knowledge of theory
7. Context in which subject is used
8. Analysis
9. Critical reasoning / critical thinking
10. Interactive and group skills (include. Teamwork, Negotiation/micro-politics & empathy)
To assist in your review, it may help you to refer to the Guide to Reading and Analysing Case Law
which is available on Canvas (this is not a template to be used to structure your answer- it is
simply a tool to help you understand what you are reading if you are new to reading case law).
As a basic overview, you would need to make sure you explain the facts, what the issues were,
what the relevant law is, how the law was breached or alleged to be breached, any previous case
law considered, how the law was applied to the particular facts, the decision reached (and the
reasons for the decision). All case discussion and analysis should reference relevant paragraph
numbers in the judgment.
• Were there particular industry-specific concerns involved?
• Having regard to this case, what business advice would you give to other
manufacturers/suppliers who market their products with environmental claims to ensure they
are complying with the law? You should refer to other recent relevant case law examples.
• Do you think the current laws adequately deal with the issues raised in this case?

 

 

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