Research Paper On Pcpndt Act
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Workers' Compensation and America's Federal Law
An 8 page discussion of various federal laws which impact working compensation. Included in the discussion is a brief overview of the Coal Miners Compensation Laws (Black Lung Benefits Act), the Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act, and the Disabilities Act of 1990. The primary emphasis of this paper, however, is on the Worker’s Compensation Act. The author emphasizes that while some of these laws receive a considerable degree of criticism, they are a necessary and appreciated part of the American work place. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Nonprofit Organizations and 2002's Sarbanes-Oxley Act
A 5 page paper. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, also known as the American Competitiveness and Corporate Accountability Act of 2002, was passed in response to the many accounting scandals in private sector corporations. There are provisions in this Act that apply to everyone, however. This essay discusses how nonprofits are being affected by the Act. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
The Patriot Act
A 10 page research paper that examines The Patriot Act. On March 9, 2006, the Patriot Act was renewed after a year of proposals, counterproposals, two extensions and extensive negotiations (Pike 1). Despite numerous compromises and revisions that are intended to safeguard the civil liberties of American citizens, the Patriot Act and its implementation continue to be a source of hot debate and contention. This raises numerous questions about the Patriot Act. Is it effective in regards to issues national security? Does it unnecessarily violate citizens' civil liberties? Is it being used as a convenient ruse that allows the federal government to suppress its political opponents? Or is the Act being used within an ethical, focused manner that targets only national security threats? This examination of literature on the Patriot Act attempts to answer these questions and present the facts pertaining to this controversial legislation. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
The Truth In Lending Act
A 17 page paper that begins with the background and purpose of the Truth in Lending Act adopted in 1969 as Title I of the Consumer Credit Protection Act, including the subsequent amendments to the Act. The writer explains that the Federal Reserve Board adopted Regulation Z to implement this Act. The FRB subsequently adopted the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act to address predatory lending issues. The next section provides a comprehensive explanation of the major provisions of TILA and Regulation Z, including the categories of transactions and the disclosures that must be made and how they must be made. Consequences of violating this Act and Regulation are explained. The writer also comments on the impact of TILA and Regulation Z on the consumer finance industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.