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Case Study

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Rubric Code: NX8947X
Business Law: Case Analysis
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Keywords: Case Brief, Legal, Case Study
Categories: Subjects: Law  
Types: Homework   Writing  
Grade Levels: Graduate

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  Exemplary
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Effective
(N/A)
Minimal
(N/A)
Unsatisfactory
(N/A)
Statement of Facts
Exemplary

All "Key" facts are recorded and organized in an extremely neat and orderly fashion. (Paragragh form)
Effective

Relevant facts are recorded legibly and are somewhat organized. However, Some key facts are missing.
Minimal

Facts are recorded and legible but are not in paragraph form.
Unsatisfactory

Facts are not recorded.
What are the relevant issues?
Exemplary

All issues/relevant disputes are addressed (Plaintiff/Defendant)
Effective

Some issues/relevant disputes are addressed. (e.g. Listing the issues presented by one party instead of both)
Minimal

Less than half of all relevant and issues are addressed.
Unsatisfactory

No issues are cited.
What Rule of Law was involved?
Exemplary

Correct Rule of Law provided and stated accurately when providing rule explanation.
Effective

Correct Rule of Law provided with inaccuracies in rule explanation.
Minimal

Incorrect Rule of Law provided with inaccurate rule explanation.
Unsatisfactory

No rule of law cited or legal citation.
Rule Application/Analysis
Exemplary

Analysis provided for each relevant rule and applicable fact.
Effective

Analysis provided. However, student fails to identify how each rule applies to key facts.
Minimal

Information clearly relates to the main topic. No details and/or examples are given.
Unsatisfactory

Information has little or nothing to do with the main topic.
Conclusion
Exemplary

Student effectively ties analysis to conclusion.Student provides definitive conclusion by transitioning clearly from the analysis provided.
Effective

Student provides definitive conclusion. However, conclusion does not coincide or effectively transition from the analysis provided.
Minimal

Conclusion provided without explanation or transition.
Unsatisfactory

Conclusion not provided.



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